Pants-of-dog wrote:No, I am not going to watch that film so that I can look for the evidence for you.
This is more like what I meant:
We evaluated how the fraction of households experiencing food scarcity has changed from just before the pandemic to the first week of June (May 28–June 2); we measured “food scarcity” by the percentage of survey respondents reporting “sometimes not enough to eat” or “often not enough to eat.” We use the term food scarcity rather than “food insecurity,” as food insecurity is typically defined and assessed using a specific set of questions in the Current Population Survey, and the Household Pulse Survey data are not directly comparable to that definition.
According to the Household Pulse Survey conducted from May 28 to June 2, around 9% of U.S. households experienced food scarcity prior to the pandemic, and around 10.4% of households experienced food scarcity during the first week of June. Food scarcity rates varied considerably according to household characteristics...
https://www.stlouisfed.org/on-the-econo ... e-57468989
This is a film about actual Cubans describing the food situation on the island. None of the Cubans on the video are cachectic or emaciated. However, food is rationed and beef is a luxury only available to the elite.
Espero que el psiquiatra cambie tu medicación. Estás muy despistado y parece que sueñas con pajaritos preñados a toda hora. ¿Tienes alucinaciones? ¿Escuchas voces?