Feel the Hunger
Written by Bwog Staff
Finally, proof that our world is a world of inexplicable contradictions! Right now, on Low Plaza, two representatives from LiNK—students for Liberty in North Korea—are sitting at a table, trying to get students to sign up for a fast, to take place on October 24th, in solidarity with those going hungry in North Korea. Which would all be well and good, of course, if they hadn’t set up their table RIGHT NEXT TO A BAKE SALE. Also, look closely at the picture and you’ll see that both of the representatives are—you guessed it—eating food, while trying to convince other people not to eat food, in front of an overflowing bounty of baked goods. One has a bagel with jelly wrapped in a napkin, while the other has an iced coffee and an as-yet-unidentified baked good, purchased not from the bake sale adjacent to their table, but from Starbucks. And, while a little internet research does confirm that there are ten Starbucks stores in South Korea, so far their neighbors to the north have none—although Bwog supposes it’s only a matter of time.
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