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I am shocked at how many of the families have soda, Coke to be specific.
Look at how some of the families are smiling even though they don’t have a lot of food.
wow. that is quite an eye-opener. very cool photos. where did you find this?
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Thanks for the heads up. I had read the article in Time magazine awhile back, but didn’t know there was a book associated with (apparently I skimmed the article!). Ordering now. :)
Wow! that is such and eye opener! I am so interested in this that i have posted a photo challenge on my website about this.. asking my members to do the same thing! they have a week to buy a week’s worth of groceries and then they have to take a photo and post it. I have memebers from all over the world and I want to see the differences!
Thanks for posting this!!
What a great, thought-provoking post. Happy thanksgiving.
Two observations: 1. It looks like everybody eats bananas….except Chad, anyway….and they probably can’t get any. 2. This must be dated information….the exchange rate with the Polish zloty has not been that high in several years.
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