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Thursday, January 27, 2005

Today, the WSJ has an article on the new "monster burgers". However, the tag on A1, in the "Inside Today's Journal" section, reads "Flouting a low-carb culture, Hardee's Monster Thickbuger is fattening sales." In actually, they're probably flouting a low CALORIE culture. Given the amount of fat and protein in one of these things, it's probably terrific for somebody on Atkins, and extremely low in carbs.


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