i went to my sons WIC appointment today. it was time to recertify. they were putting the info in the computer and asking the normal questions. Then asked how much tv my son watches a day. i have never been asked that. does anyone know why they would ask that question? it didnt bother me because my son (hes 2) doesnt watch alot of tv. he doesnt sit still enough to watch one full episode of anything. so it was no big deal but im curious. thanks ladiesAnswer Question
Answer by Anonymous at 6:52 PM on Mar. 3, 2009
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Because even though this is not always the case, poverty and ignorance go hand in hand. I am not saying it is right or fair...but I am sure they see their fair share of ignorance. I have been on WIC and find it incredibly insulting that they make me read a little book on the four food groups and then take a test. Just because I did not have a lot of income at the time does not mean that I don't realize that a green bean is better than a snickers bar nutritionally speaking. I just look at it as hoops I must jump through if I want that gallon of milk.
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