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So it'll be weak and feeble, but thinks it's doing something important then.
It is used in schools, by their own claim
Educational software; it's not like it is a giant ad for WFP filled with their logo, no it actually teaches kids stuff. Like how it is important to find out what hungry refugees need before acting and changing a tire by turning the wrench with the LMB
Also the game states that it costs 19ct per day to feed a kid. That means one normal hamburger per week at MacDonalds should be plenty.
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"If you just follow the bacon Eddy, wherever it leads you, then you won't have to think about politics." -- Some Bell.
Neither do I, I hasten to add, but I did acquire a copy on a train journey the other week (free with an overpriced bottle of water). I was very disappointed with the crossword, it took less than 5 minutes to complete while The Indie took me the best part of an hour.
The trouble with The Grauniad is that you can get something quite straightforward one day and a thematic beast the next. What I like about The Indie is the way that it gets progressively more difficult through the week. Monday is about Times level, Saturday is a proper head-scratcher.
The Torygraph and The Times seem to aim for a similar difficulty level every day.