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A week in the life of a welfare queen

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Ever watched the show Shameless?

As much as the title and show is pretty shameless, this group of scumbags puts them to shame.

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did a 30 second search and came up with this

http://wiki.answers....ccept_ebt_cards

more, just random links from the first page of google results

http://www.blackvoic...ood-stamps.html

http://blackgirlfit....pt-food-stamps/

http://news.yahoo.co...-182900748.html

so yeah, looks like in certain areas/states people can use food stamp cards at restaurants, convenience stores and gas stations.

as far as a pizza place letting people use EBT cards even in states where prepared food is not allowed, I don't know for sure but this is what I'm guessing... many pizza restaurants (actual restaurants with sit down dining areas, not the chain places with just carryout) have options where you can get a take-and-bake pizza uncooked to take home. So that would be allowed under any states EBT laws as far as I know. Now if someone comes in, gets a cooked pizza and wants to pay with EBT then they can just ring it up as a take-and-bake when they go to pay to skirt the law (cooked or take-and-bake have always been the same price everytime I've seen the two options).

As I said. You can get food from those places, but only cold food, such as salads and cold sandwiches, you also have to get it to go. You can't just go to McDonalds and get a BigMac ( to go, or otherwise) with an EBT. We had already been through this argument before.

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Save for when we were the most prosperous country on the planet... You know... before Roosevelt and that whole industrial revolution? How's western socialism working out again?

Pretty well for those on welfare.

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Save for when we were the most prosperous country on the planet... You know... before Roosevelt and that whole industrial revolution? How's western socialism working out again?

did you just say America was the most prosperous country on the planet before the industrial revolution?

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did you just say America was the most prosperous country on the planet before the industrial revolution?

Those were the good old days, before those pesky government regulations prevented children from earning a living and women didnt have to fret about who they should vote for.

Plus we got to fight wars with cool countries like Mexico and Spain and expand our territory instead of all that boring nation building

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You most definitely can. In fact I see tons of places advertising as such. It's usually your hunts brothers or other type chain joints.

You cannot. My brother saw a homeless guy buying oysters at a fish market recently with food stamps. The place will also steam the oysters for you if you request it, free of charge. The guy requested them steamed and the store refused, saying if they cook it for him, he will no longer be able to use his EBT card. He tried to bribe them and they still refused. I also saw this first hand while at the grocery store a few days ago. The lady was trying to buy a sandwich from the deli using her EBT card and it kept getting declined. The cashier was new and didn't know you couldn't buy prepared food with the card, so someone had to come over and explain it to him.

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After reading that I feel like their lives are very similar to those in the 1% who also rob this country millions of times greater than that lady minus the helicopters, hovercrafts, and crab bisque baths.

Except that those 1% actually fuging work for a living.

Try again.

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Lol sure

Sad thing is that this is the most intelligent and insightful post you have made here in months.

Carry on.

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