This year of SxSW has again trumped the gross inhuman advertising fuckfest of last year. It’s getting in the way of all the great human intellectual parts.
In Dreams Begin Responsibility – W.B. Yeats
by Abby Zimet
With corporate excess in the air like a foul fog, let us consider Jorge Munoz, a Colombian schoolbus driver in Queens, N.Y. who feeds the hungry out of his pickup truck seven nights a week and has for over four years straight, spending $400 of his $700 weekly pay check to do it. Lately, he feeds over 100 people a night; he has served more than 70,000 free meals. His largesse, he says, comes easy: “My mom teach me to share.” Insatiable executives, take note.
For more on Munoz go here. For information on the non-profit he has formed go here.