|chumbucket - 2009-05-05 |
food that requires a factory = MMM MMMMM GOOOOD!
oh and Ed Sanchez, you would be a dead ringer for a Joe Biden radio address
|bopeton - 2009-05-05 |
In general, perishable things like food (and food-flavoured meat product) are produced at the same rate they are consumed.
Watch that conveyor belt of animal tissue. That is how fast the meat from this plant alone is being used on a daily basis by America. There are probably many plants like this one supplying for McDonald's.
Hundreds of conveyor belts of quivering red animal flesh, pouring into the mouths of America.
Also, it's totally smoke unless you see the killing floor. It gets real very quickly.
As someone who used to work in a locker plant, I'd like to point out that this is totally correct.
|La Loco - 2009-05-05 |
Imigrant labor sadness in every bite.
|hornung - 2009-05-05 |
|glasseye - 2009-05-05 |
Animal flesh = "material"
Menudo con queso
Or "product." Everything's "product" now. The hairstylist asks me, "Do you use product in your hair?" The meat plant manager calls the meat "product."
Is it just me, or does that seem like an abuse of the English language?
|rapsnacks - 2009-05-05 |
The patties then pass through a metal detector. *awkward pause*
|theSnake - 2009-05-05 |
Pre-rehearsed soulless corporate speak from the mouths of dead-eyed executives; all the while in the background there are sterilized stainless-steel conveyors moving infinite tons of frozen meat into churning grinders forever.
|Cube - 2009-05-05 |
It still made me hungry for a Big Mac.
|margoth - 2009-05-05 |
Its all just lips and assholes to me.
actually ate an asshole sandwich last week. typical in soccer matches and flea markets here in chile. the smell was repulsive but it tasted like regular pork actually. they serve it on a big ol bun with a chorizo for extra meaty lasciviousness. yeah im not doing that again.
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