Symmetry wrote:patches70 wrote:
Oh, I'm figuring that those poorer income families, those kids won't be boycotting the lunches, no matter how small or whatever.
It's that an authority figure, talking to the kids boycotting is saying in effect- Your actions are putting into jeopardy these other kids who depend on these free lunches, "Your action could cause us to lose the ability to provide these lunches to them. You don't want some of your classmates to go hungry do you?"
And that, my friend, is a type of coercion.
Essentially you're bullshitting. I've read your post three times and oddly enough it makes less sense each time.