The local daily has some suggestions for places you may eat lunch downtown for less than $10. If you’re spending $10 on lunch, then that would mean somebody working seven days a week and eating out would spend $310 a month on food, assuming he eats only one meal a day, goes on dates with rich girls, or taps into a soup kitchen. Let’s assume he is renting a low-end room for $1100 a month with no modern conveniences. If he earns $200 a week after taxes flipping burgers, . . . It’s probably easier to live in a food dessert.