Happy Birthday, Clara! Many of us here at UW’s Great Room mailed you Birthday Greetings! We hope you got so much mail it takes you weeks to read it all!
We have enjoyed Depression Cooking With Clara for a few years now, and today is her 96th birthday. You should hop over to her channel and wish her a happy one…and while you’re at it, take a look at all the Depression Cooking videos this “non productive” senior made for you and all of your children as we spiral toward another Depression. Don’t kid yourself. This President and that childish Congress are putting us there.
As you know, Clara has said she will make one more video and then ‘Close Up Shop”. We will miss you Clara! You have won the hearts of thousands of young people who otherwise would have continued believing that old people are nothing more than a “drain on society”.
Young people have made Clara’s Depression recipes and come back for more many times! Don’t believe me. Just go read her youtube comments on any recipe.
Clara, she’s worth her weight in gold, and certainly she’s worth more than all those bloggers and POS internet ‘reporters’ who think that a 96 year old is no longer worth “saving”. Give me clara any day instead of, say, David Brooks, who thinks old people should…well…just die. See this Sweet, Lovable POS’s article entitled, “Death and Budgets” here . (Another NY Times Barf Alert)
Freedom Fairy, my dear sister who fights with me in the back seat of the car while our parents fume, if I may quote you?
I hope this elitist bunghole practices what he preaches – and soon. Asshat.
It won’t happen, FF. This POS would spend millions of insurance money and crank up all our premiums to save his own lesser ass — but he would sacrifice you, me, and especially the Claras of America. Because he’s special! Don’t get sick, Mr. Brooks. We won’t be rooting for you!
Here’s to a great day Clara! You have made our day many times! You embody what America and Americans were and should be today, but aren’t!
An afternoon with Clara:
Some of Clara’s Depression recipes through the years on youtube:
Poorman’s Feast (3 course Depression meal)
Peppers and Eggs (She’s right. Long after the Depression, when we dagos brought peppers and eggs to school for lunch (before free lunch), everybody wanted to trade lunches with us).