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Oscar Wildcat - 2011-01-03

Bark, grass, and the rendered fat of political prisoners. Quite an advance over our pig anuses, MSG, and artificial color, yes?

Vicious - 2011-01-03

There's meat in the donuts you eat?

kingarthur - 2011-01-03

Rendered beef fat is often used as an ingredient in American convenience store pastries. Hostess cupcakes, Ding Dongs, Twinkies, powdered donuts, etc.

SDAusmus - 2011-01-03

"Each donut is infused with the glorious Juche spirit by Dear Leader himself."

(NOTE: The woman at 1:10 was later executed for taking some of the crumbs from the bottom of the donut machine home for her family)

memedumpster - 2011-01-03

If someone in this video actually eats something, I missed it.

Killer Joe - 2011-01-03


fluffy - 2011-01-04

More like Barack SADDAM Hussein BIN LADEN Obama AM I RIGHT

Timothy A. Bear - 2011-01-03

The good jobs Americans are missing out on.

The Townleybomb - 2011-01-03

Fuckin' commies stole the intro music from one of our 80's infomercials!

Goofy Gorilla - 2011-01-03

No seriously, machines should be doing this.

Anaxagoras - 2011-01-03

Capitalist pig-dog!

Riskbreaker - 2011-01-04

I'm surprised the comments in the yt channel are not moderated.

retrocious - 2011-01-04

I'd eat one.

Also, the triumphant final shot of the anonymous low-roofed concrete block building.

Macho Nacho - 2011-01-04

The music is like when Loony Tunes meets the 80s.

cognitivedissonance - 2011-01-04

My boss, who is a Korean immigrant, came to America specifically to open a donut shop. He had been told and led to believe by American pop culture that donuts are a bigger business than they are, and maybe they might be elsewhere, but in the Seattle area, they're a niche product at best.

He has a whole sob story about it, I feel bad for the guy.

fluffy - 2011-01-04

This might explain why there are so many Korean-owned donut shops in San Francisco (although they do rather well here for some reason).

cognitivedissonance - 2011-01-04

We're just not a pastry heavy region, apparently. You'd think we would be with all the coffee shops, but the demographics just don't really eat them enough to justify a specialty shop.

Sputum - 2011-01-04

There are two Dunkin Donuts on the same street in the small new england town I just moved from. He picked the wrong coast.

thirteen3seven - 2011-01-04

The best part is watching that shot of all the produced donuts, knowing that the crates behind those facing the camera are completely empty.

JimL2 - 2011-01-09

That factory can turn out upwards of 45 donuts an hour!

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