Here’s a clip from an upcoming documentary by a fourth grader who snuck a camera into school to document his horrible school lunches and the vast distance between the food that the school claims to serve and food he and his friends end up eating.
Zachary is a fourth grader at a large New York City public elementary school. Each day he reads the Department of Education lunch menu online to see what is being served. The menu describes delicious and nutritious cuisine that reads as if it came from the finest restaurants. However, when Zachary gets to school, he finds a very different reality. Armed with a concealed video camera and a healthy dose of rebellious courage, Zachary embarks on a six month covert mission to collect video footage of his lunch and expose the truth about the City’s school food service program.
Yo KT, looks like your #pleaseandthankyoumovement is desperately needed in IN. (Notice how polite CT is…)
look at georgia! we’re real cute with our manners n shit!
LOL this reminds me. This week I tried to explain to a CA native friend of mine that a GA native friend of mine is so glad to be leaving so cal. She graduated school and was out like a shot in 2 days. She didn’t mind socal weather but she HATED day to day life with socal people.
A lot of southern folks are so damned polite that they forget it is their culture to be polite and when they leave, they think everyone else is rude as fuck. As a GA native, I see where they are coming from. I am just glad I remember that it isn’t that people are being rude (well, sometimes they are…) but usually it is just a cultural difference.
Southerns represent them manners.
Yay, Maryland!! We’re top 3 in cursing AND courtesy.
Yeah, I’m not buying it. Massachusetts is in the top 5 for LEAST likely to curse? No fucking way.