September 6, 2014

HOME COOKING and the Left’s resentment of effort. If you’re poor, you should be preparing most or all of your food. It’s much cheaper. Plus:

I am a man who does most of the everyday cooking for my family. I don’t mean that I share the cooking; I do virtually all of it. Nor do I mean that I’m a stay-at-home dad. I work full-time, and then some. I bring home the bacon and cook it up in a pan. (And I look just like the guy in the stock image above. Really.) So I can say a little something about this supposed “tyranny.”

Which is, obviously, no big deal. Everyone does it and has been doing it since man first tamed fire. It’s not a hardship any more than any other aspect of life. You might as well write an essay on how difficult it is to get out of bed in the morning, or do the laundry, or mow the lawn, or keep track of the bills, or do a thousand other things that people do every day. Cleaning toilets is a real bummer, you know, so maybe that’s tyranny, too.

Well, you’ve just outlined the next month of Amanda Marcotte columns.

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