The Business and Economics editor for The Atlantic explains how to make a cake while reminding us that her grandmother used to have to hunt for Archaeopteryx eggs, grow, harvest and mill her own wheat, and milk the goats only to discover after hours of intensive labor that fire had yet to be invented.

Seriously, cooking in the forties and fifties was hell and that is why everyone starved to death leaving earth a cold dead place inhabited only by cockroaches and libertarians.

Not that you can really tell the difference between the two.

(Update) McMegan twats out a response:

Note: McMegan finds reality, when it is pointed out to her, unconvincing.