You can get a loaf of bread and a dozen eggs at Walmart for $2.50. A typical beggar could earn that in less than an hour of begging in front of the store. Here in the US, we have subsidized farms, put entire villages out of business, and monopolized entire agricultural sectors so that food can be extremely cheap. Even the poorest of the poor can afford a meal if they are willing to work or beg a little.
Furthermore, anything small enough to shop-lift is most likely not going to be nutritious.
but at the time I knew her (1986-1972)...
Fascinating... you must have studied T-Symmetry.
To be fair, a lot of the problems you mentioned were the result of upgrades, not clean installs.
Jesus answered them, "Destroy this temple, and I will raise it again in three days."
This guy created the huge sloppy mess that is Drupal. I suppose it may have been influential in that it has influenced developers to look for more mature, well-planned, scalable solutions. Drupal is hardly something the open source community should be proud of.
The solution of this problem is trivial and is left as an exercise for the reader.