When in the grocery, I disregard. I'm too busy trying to get done and out usually, I don't like grocery shopping. In and out.<quoted text>
I usually stay mute on these types of issues but years and years ago when I lived in the south end of Cleveland Hts, real close to East Cleveland, it annoyed the daylights out of me to see people buying top cuts of steak and expensive seafood with food stamps, they were paper at the time.
It took me a bit to figure out it was none of my business. Mine was to feed my family the best I could on the budget we had. I didn't mind tuna casserole once in awhile or salmon patties or even mac and cheese with sliced mushrooms and tuna. The kids liked it and they were healthy.
Meh, I usually went for the healthier stuff too when my kids were younger while trying to maintain budget. Still do. My kids grew up on lots of fruits, pastas, peanutbutter, poultry, tuna.
But this woman made this a much more public conversation.