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I thought Canada was the shining beacon of
Posted By: Pete Jefferson
Date: 7/7/20 02:28
freedom and opportunity on the hill?
“Shark Tank” star Kevin O’Leary may give out smart saving and investment advice, but he admits he sets a “bad example” when it comes to his food budget.
“I’m on the road all week, five days a week all across Canada. I’m spending about $1,000 a day on food,” or $7,000 a week, O’Leary tells CNBC Make It.
While he recognizes his food spending habits may sound “crazy” to most, for him — it’s just Canadian. In O’Leary’s world, business lunches, dinners and even breakfast meetings are the norm in order to make deals happen.
“For example, today’s breakfast cost me about $200,” O’Leary told CNBC Make It in July in Toronto. “It is very expensive to eat healthy in Canada.”
“If you are just starting your career, look at your paycheck and do not spend more than 40% of your after-tax paycheck on food,” he says.
And if you want to be “smart,” he says, keep your grocery expenses at 30% of your biweekly paycheck and do intermittent fasting four days a week at a minimum.
“If you really want to save money, fast for an entire six days [a week] and eat only one night a week, ” he advises.
(When O’Leary himself was younger, he even managed to afford groceries on his second date with his now-wife Linda. “I went to the grocery store and bought some lettuce and canola oil so we could make a salad together in the kitchen,” O’Leary previously told CNBC Make It. “We had a great time and we got to know each other a little bit.”)
The Canadian government is pushing veganism and entomophagy (eating bugs) as state enforced orthodoxy. Kevin O'Leary, a fucking leaf, of Shark Tank and worth $400M, is now featured in Bloomberg articles for billionaires about how expensive it is to afford food in Canada.
What the FUCK is going on in Canada?
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