Friday, January 29, 2010

tonights menu:

we'll be sharing veggie burritos after critical mass tonight. all kinds of yummy peppers, zucchini, onions, maybe some potatoes, and pinto beans! we'll try not to forget the hot sauce. special thanks in advance to everyone who helps out!
see you tonight.

(reminder: critical mass meets at 6pm in centennial mall across from the north steps of the capital. we take off at 6:30, then when things wind down, we feed in front of the university student union.)

Monday, January 25, 2010

first action of 2010

hello internet! FNB has been on hiatus over the holiday crazy time, but we are planning to be out at critical mass once again this coming friday. we are still a bit up in the air on the location of the feed. we were trying to figure out something a bit better than the area in front of the student union, but i'll post again with a specific time and place. reply here or email us if you'd like to help out! we'll begin gathering food this week, and of course be cooking on friday afternoon.

~~we still need plastic bowls cereal-size bowls, so any of those you'd be willing to donate would be great!~~

Thursday, December 17, 2009


food not bombs will not be doing much of anything for this month. our usual support at critical mass will not be happening because that is christmas day, and most of us will be out of town or otherwise busy seeing family, etc. hope you all have a nice holiday time.

happy yule!

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

black friday

we are planning to feed this week after critical mass once again. it will be a very special "buy nothing day" edition of food not bombs!
"buy nothing day" is another name for black friday, the disgusting display of gluttonous consumerism that comes after thanksgiving. people pour out of their homes, still farting turkey, to rabidly buy and buy and buy. early bird specials on game systems and spa robes pressure us to buy the best gift for our loved ones, because it's only for a limited time! during december suicide rates tend to skyrocket, and with all the pressure to make holidays "perfect", it's little surprise. we all need to learn that our families love us more than the gifts we buy them, and this binge-buying in the name of some holiday is doing more than hurting our pocketbooks. the environmental and social consequences of this consumerism go far beyond what you might imagine.
but, there is an answer. "buy nothing day" is a great time to stand in solidarity with others who question consumerism. challenge yourself to not only stay away from the mall on friday, the 27th, but to buy nothing at all. no groceries, no gas, no movie tickets, no coffee, nothing. do be sure to join us for food not bombs, as we eat food that would otherwise have ended up in a landfill, and celebrate the resistance of waste.
if you'd like more information about buy nothing day, click here.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

a couple pics from last friday

passing out the food
and here's the soup, all wrapped up and steamy-warm.

found these over at the "nebraska outdoor addict" blog. thanks mr. outdoor addict!

Monday, November 2, 2009

october critical mass

our pre-halloween critical mass feed was great! all three huge pots of potato-squash soup stayed hot and didn't spill at all during the ride (thanks to danielle for the use of her fancy trailer). we had lots of help making the food, and lots of fun doing it. we are hoping to start meeting every friday.
again, all are welcome to help, and of course all are welcome to eat.
right now, we are in need of plastic bowls. we bought some styrofoam ones, but those will only last a few washings. so if you have any extra plastic bowls, let us know.

Thursday, October 29, 2009


this is the first update from your friendly local food not bombs. our first feed was at last month's critical mass, and we are planning another for tomorrow's mass! so far so good, we think, but we are looking for more like-minded folks to help. there is no boss or leader of this group, and everyone involves contributes what time and effort they can. send us an email at if you'd like to get involved.