Let them eat … dirt?

February 1, 2008 at 7:36 pm 1 comment

Domino’s has announced an online pizza tracking system that will allow you to keep an eye on your pizza as it’s being delivered—and it’s accurate to 40 seconds. Us and them

Children in the poorest slums of Haiti (one of the world’s poorest countries) have announced a new food group that will allow them to not immediately starve to death — and it’s filling potentially life preserving up to 40 days!

“We’re filling that black box of uncertainty — ‘Has my pizza been forgotten?’ — with information and entertainment,” says Chris McGlothlin, technology chief at Domino’s.

Meanwhile, Haitian mother Marie Noel, 40, sells the mud cookies in a market to provide for her seven children. Her family also eats them. “I’m hoping one day I’ll have enough food to eat, so I can stop eating these,” she said. “I know it’s not good for me.”

Hey America — can we use our technology for something other than fattening our already fat asses? Seriously — this post isn’t meant to be funny … we are TRACKING FUCKING PIZZA deliveries while people slowly starve on a diet of FUCKING DIRT!


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  • 1. Best. Diet. EVER! « Life Is A Cookie  |  February 22, 2008 at 11:58 pm

    […] year that Americans like me (the working poor) may just get lucky enough to end up like those  ahead-of-their-time dirt-eating Haitians who can’t afford food either! Woo hoo — help is on the way!Just […]

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