Are you ever hungry? probably not. Neither am I. I have worked for a living 63 years and I have finally been able to retire.
But is feeding yourself ever a problem? again, probably not.
For much of this world, it is.
Key United Nations development agencies are meeting in Switzerland to try to develop solutions to ease the escalating global food crisis.
Led by secretary general Ban Ki-Moon, officials want to mitigate the impact of the steep rise in staple food prices and prevent food shortages worsening.
The World Food Programme (WFP) has said an extra 100 million people need food aid because of higher prices.
Food has become increasingly expensive, triggering unrest in several countries.
I never knew my family was sharecroppers until very recently. They literally lost the farm, and went to work growing crops for relatives. My grandmother died from the shame of it.
This is what I've had so much trouble talking about. Its embarrassing that you were dirt poor. But maybe I'm not the only one.
It's been a long, yeh, winding road. And we don't always like to say we ate plates of spaghetti - with a little meat in the mix - and we were told what Good Stuff that was.
Value? Consumer confidence?
When I hear those cretins talking about how we ought to be shopping... I want them to be really hungry, like most of the world's poor are. Living in your mom's basement isn't good enough. And scraps from the table you served aren't what you earned, you earned a living wage.
You refuse to accept less than you earned, you believe that. When you work all day and can't feed your kids, that's cheating you. When billions are going to heads of corporations that fail, that's your money, not theirs.
If we don't have a big salary for working hard, education for your children, roads, health care, you are being cheated. The lie is that you are not worth enough because you weren't born rich. Neither was I. I am ready for everyone, anyone, to have enough.
Vote for it. You know what you have earned.