An Oliver Twist experience for students in Sweden

This is why equality for all is great in theory but not in practice. This also shows mean-spirited stupidity.

“A talented head cook at a school in central Sweden has been told to stop baking fresh bread and to cut back on her wide-ranging veggie buffets because it was unfair that students at other schools didn’t have access to the unusually tasty offerings.”

She was working with the same budget as all the other schools had but is just a better cook. Hat tip: Blazing Cat Fur

On a different note, we’ve finally got the electricity back on again after it being off for hours. I hope it stays on. It was doing these it’s on…oh no, it’s off again, on…off. It never stayed on during those brief tantalizing wafts of air from my fans for longer than about 5 seconds. Can I tell you how much life sucks when you are having hot flashes without fans blowing on you?

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6 responses to “An Oliver Twist experience for students in Sweden”

  1. Lynne says :

    An example of why bureaucracies are to be avoided whenever possible. Insane.

    • TDDPirate says :

      Be careful, you are on verge of advocating Laissez-faire capitalism, doublecrossing every communist and socialist in existence!

      * Procrustean bed
      * Harrison Bergeron
      * Ayn Rand’s “Anthem”

  2. Mac says :

    It is to laugh….

  3. WipeOutHamasOnceAndForAll says :

    Here is Romney’s speech on foreign policy.
    “Mitt Romney’s Foreign Policy Speech at the Virginia Military Institute 10/8/2012” at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KKYMBG3I74

  4. Lynne says :

    Wipe Out, thanks! I’ll check it out 🙂

  5. israeliminx says :

    Wipe thanks for the link!! It was a great talk — it really reminded me of Reagan in both policy and tone.

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