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The Great Free-Food-A-Thon 2012


I had this great idea last month. See, I love free food. I just think it tastes better. Each day of my life I’m trying to find a way to get free food. Whether it’s lunch with a vendor or cookies leftover from a meeting, I’m constantly on the lookout for it. My idea was to try to quantify it in some way. I want to keep track of it so that after any given time I can look at the amount of free food I’ve been able to get over the course of a given week, month, quarter, year. I was excited about this prospect but it’s proven very difficult.

The basics for what I’d do was as follows. For each item of free food gained, I’d note what it was, the quantity, and who was responsible for it. If possible, I’d also take a picture of it. Sounds easy enough, right? I tried this out and took a few pictures but I quickly forgot to do it much more. Then I started just forgetting to note anything about the food or if I even got any at all.

I’d like to pick this up again, but I think I need to do it with a starting point. Ideally, this would be something I would start on January 1st but I honestly don’t feel like waiting that long. Maybe I’ll try it out again starting on June 1st or July 1st. I just haven’t been motivated enough to do this.

On further thought, maybe this is something that’s better suited for Pinterest. I started up an account awhile back and I’ve been neglecting it somewhat because I still don’t really see the point of it. I could make a special board on it and that’s where I would post my free food pics. A bit to think about but I’d still like to put this together. I wrote a blog post every day for a year once. You’d think I’d be able to take a few pictures of food and note where it came from.

Even in my Dreams I Love Free Food


During our first night of our trip, I had a dream that I helped Kevin Smith open a bagel place. It seemed to be a big deal, but I don’t remember seeing him there. I walked up to the deli and there was a line stretching out the door and around the block. People moved out of the way when they saw that I was coming though. I seemed to be important. I was with a couple other people and we just walked right in and up to the counter. The deli guy was happy to see us and took our order. Our money was no good there so our food didn’t cost a thing. Compliments of the house. I must have done something pretty instrumental for all of them to be there. I was just excited to get some free food.

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