Fast Food Nation

The houses seem not to have been constructed by hand

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Unformatted text preview: nd the counter THE VIEW OF COLORADO SPRINGS from Gold outpostRoad is spectacular. The of one-armed bandits andthe city limits from Aurora. The once a buses Camp old road takes you from to Cripple Creek, gold mining town with real outlaws, now an of casino gambling full day-trippers tourist drive to Cripple Creek on Highway 67, which is paved. Gold Camp Road is a dirt road through the foothills of Pikes Peak, a former wagon trail that has narrow hairpin turns, no guardrails, and plenty of sheer drops. For years, kids from Cheyenne Mountain High School have come up here on weekend nights, parked at spots with good aerial views, and partied. On a clear night the stars in the sky and the lights of the city seem linked, as though one were reflecting the other. The cars and trucks on Interstate 25, heading north to Denver and south toward Pueblo, are tiny, slow-moving specks of white. The lights dwindle as the city gives way to the plains; at the horizon the land looks darker than the sky. The gre...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course MGMT 120 taught by Professor Litt during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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