More free food nom nom

Madison is a nice person most of the days. Eating my vegan food, claiming that it tastes “delicious”. Except when on the phone with strangers, talking about how many days it was since she had

Madison is a nice person most of the days. Eating my vegan food, claiming that it tastes “delicious”. Except when on the phone with strangers, talking about how many days it was since she had any “red meat”. Today she had a bit of an explosion and made some egg stuff. And I got to taste a bit 🙂 Worked perfectly with the pinto stew and the bread from Marlee’s job.

Today was a bit of a special day: we got free food from Madison’s former restaurant! Three big bags packed with stuff that would be getting bad during the next 30 days.

The potatoes are expected to be fine though, so we didn’t get any.

The black guy here will start working on Amazon on Tuesday. Him and the robots in some warehouse. 17 USD per hour.

These white guys are waiting for the restaurant to open again, maybe on the first of May. But nobody knows. And there is no pay in between. No money in, no money out. Good that the government will give 1200 USD to everyone though! The guy on the right will use April to publish three books that he has written.

No more Ahi Tuna, no more Crispy Lobster, no more Spicy Shrimp and no more Prime Burgers.

No more talking all civilized and shit to give the customers a “prime time”.

Off to the pasta and the conserves!

Our car broke today, which was terrible for Madison, but great for me. I expected us to do some of that “walking”, which is, moving your feet while transporting your body forwards. But we got a ride with these two colleagues, or former colleagues. They, and their child, will get 2900 USD from the government during April. They’ll use that to buy food and everything else you need to live.

Dallas is so empty.

Stuffing the fridge full of food. We really need to start cooking and eating all this before it gets old! I started with a stew on black beans, with just a tiny bit of spice to make Madison eat it. And then I added a little bit of everything. It ended up tasting bitter. But a dash of vinegar made it better.

Here’s my life. 90% of my awake time, I lie right here and stare at my computer. Good night!

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