Special Welfare Correspondent the W sent this one in.
A few thoughts:
1) That's the same Park Side from "PSK What Does It Mean?", right?
2) If the idea here is that you can get emergency food to replace food that was lost or spoiled during the flood, why do they have two separate locations, one for flood damage and one for food stamps? How could you lose your food in a flood and not sustain any water damage? I guess maybe if your power just went out.
3) If a book of stamps has come out subsequent to the storm, and you also get these emergency stamps, you'd have twice as many stamps as you'd have otherwise. You could especially high on the hog for a couple of weeks. I'm not saying that's why some of these people showed up, because that would be racist. I'm just saying. That's probably why the cutoff for people who already get food stamps conveniently coincided with the day the office shut down early.