Open Car Trunks, the Burger King Parking Lot, and Inedible Assumptions

A day doesn’t pass when I don’t have to repeatedly walk past our neighborhood Burger King because it is a major people hub and commerce anchor for the Journal Square PATH station.  Over the past few weekends, I’ve noticed curious behavior in the Burger King parking lot that includes open car trunks and loitering people.

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Evidence of a Bored National Palate: Hot Dog Pizza and Bacon Ice Cream

Every day America gets lazier and fatter and more bored — and for proof of that argument, we only need to look at the fast food enticements pocking our diets.  The new “Hot Dog Stuffed Crust” pizza from Pizza Hut hits a new all-time low in massive, cynical, consumerism in the family dining niche.  Who wants mustard on their pizza?

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Labor Day Racism at Burger King

You wouldn’t think such a simple task — standing in a fast food line and ordering food — would be such a treacherous production tinted with repressed Racial hatred; but you never know what you’ll end up ordering up when you’re stuck in a fast food line at Burger King.

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