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Unformatted text preview: igns, past the security checkpoint at the entrance of the base, driving toward the heavily guarded North Portal, tucked behind
chain link and barbed wire. Near the spot where the road heads straight into the mountainside, the delivery man drops off his pizzas and
collects his tip. And should Armageddon come, should a foreign enemy someday shower the United States with nuclear warheads, laying
waste to the whole continent, entombed within Cheyenne Mountain, along with the high-tech marvels, the pale blue jumpsuits, comic books,
and Bibles, future archeologists may find other clues to the nature of our civilization — Big King wrappers, hardened crusts of Cheesy Bread,
Barbeque Wing bones, and the red, white, and blue of a Domino’s pizza box. what we eat
OVER THE LAST THREE DECADES, fast food has infiltrated every nook and cranny of American society. An industry that began with a handful of modest hot dog and hamburger stands in southern California has spread to every corner of the nation, selling a broad range of foods
wherever paying customers may be found. Fast food is now served at restaurants and drive-throughs, at stadiums, airports, zoos, hig...
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- Spring '08