The Economist has republished its coverage of the 1929 crash online: “If we are justified in assuming that the setback in American industry will only be temporary, we may look forward to steady development in 1930, free from the incubus that has of late been hampering world conditions.”
You know, I think the 30’s was when my grandfather learned to like eating raw onions. (As in, raw onions and nothing else. As a meal.)
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I love raw onions!
What else do I need to learn to survive in our new, straitened times?
Other than Mandarin.
Edit: I mean, raw onions as a meal. Not like sliced into salad. But as the only thing you’d get. For the day.
The whole meal? I can’t stuff it with some foie gras?