I'm sure you enjoyed every minute of it, too.<quoted text>
I already lived it. As a high school student. Before free lunches and other government hand-outs. I sat in a lunch room (actually it was an outdoor, roofed area) in Arizona and ate an inadequate meal while numerous other teenagers around me used their money to buy lots of goodies for lunch. And I'm here, alive, to tell about it. I did not starve to death. At one point there was nothing to eat at home but some corn flakes and some ketchup. We survived. No government handouts.
I live in a high poverty area where school lunch is the best meal a lot of kids get all day. I can't imagine sitting in a classroom all day with a grumbling belly.
Amazing how we can shoot missiles into Libya at a million dollars each, yet people sit here and complain about feeding school kids.