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OK. We get it. You don't like cars. You don't like the area around Walker Springs Road. You don't like the interstate highway system. You don't like McDonalds and Burger King. You don't like the present morph of the capitalist system. So move to Lichtenstein, where you can walk everywhere and eat nothing but produce grown on the roof.
You did like the bar-b-que. Great. It's reasonably priced. Great. One can bag a hot dog for a buck. Great. But, before I subject myself to the paved, ugly, second-tier fast food joint-infected area around Walker Springs (dang - its just across the highway from Wal Mart. WAL MART for garden seed!) I'd like to know what the food was like other than being reasonably priced and artless, well-tenderized and served in a dump.
How 'bout telling me the nature of the sauce? Were the buns gummy white bread or something of substance? Were there sides? If so, what were they? Is it a clean dump or a fly-infested breeding ground of various gastrointestinal maladies?
Sheesh! Next time I want polemics, I'll drag out Das Kapital.