You should know by now that Carlton Mellick III is seldom accused of writing pleasant, realistic fiction. Warrior Wolf Women of the Wasteland is certainly no exception. Like all Bizarro fiction, the fun is in reading it for yourself so I don’t want to spoil the pleasure, but imagine that the fundamentalist churches grabbed all the weapons of mass destruction and in their apocalyptic delusion blew up most of the world and its people.Continue reading “Warrior Wolf Women of the Wasteland”
By Anthony Gucciardi
We know fast food is loaded with synthetic chemicals and is downright devastating to your health, but a newly discovered ‘mummified’ McDonald’s burger visually represents just how little the Frankenfood burger actually changed over 14 years time.
Purchased by David Whipple way back in 1999 on July 7th, the burger looks (and even smells) virtually the same as the day he bought it. In fact, there is no visible mold development or decay of any kind. Whereas you would begin smelling a real homemade beef burger within a matter of hours if it were to sit inside a hot closet, the McDonald’s burger went completely unidentified for 14 full years as it did not even put off any kind of smell. Whipple actually found it by accident when going through his closet assortment.
It wasn’t until Whipple and his family were sorting through the old coats to donate to Goodwill that he found the old hamburger and decided to inspect it.
“We looked at it and said, ‘Oh, my gosh…” he told ABC. “I said, ‘I wonder how long this thing is going to last?’”
But according to McDonald’s, that’s perfectly normal! …
Well, one thing that’s for sure is that the mummified burger owner David Whipple isn’t complaining. He has been offered thousands of dollars for the burger, but instead insists on keeping it as a relic of sorts.
Read the full article published at NationofChange which also includes a visual from CNN showing this amazing and frightening archeological artifact. Remember, they have found jars of grain in Egyptian tombs that are still edible (and much more appetizing than any McDonald’s hamburger, fresh or mummified).