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As at the mall masses of food style junk, we eat American...(2001)
by Peter Menkin
People eating at the mall, see themdo so with tastes for tacos,MacDonald Meals, Chinese specials,Pizza and air baked french fries.Enough foods like junk; I askwhere is the hamburger, or hot dog.A man sitting across from meeats a sunday with ice creamin the bottom and syrup atopall in a tall papercup confessing heis a diabetic and cheatinghis body, not immune to sugarsbut carnival like drawn to jointhe rest who like me line upfor American foods overpriced.How do we survive this stuffthat we put in our bodies, fillingopen mouths like hords yearningfor fast junk food akin to pestyexcellent restaurants whose specialtyis good service and excellent designin elegant yummies eaten fashionablyby style. Food as art.We do love to sit and eateven a bowl of soup, in a good restaurant,or as at the mallmasses of industrial design for imbibingOrange Julius or Burrito Supreme$4.39 and prices for a whole meal.To go or here is the question asked.Mall food, fast ubiquitous--just junk,fascinating obsession to fill stomachs.
Brother, I think you need to edit that video! Not only did the cat make more than one cameo appearance, but we got your phone call at the end!