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bookbub.com — Set in a world where the government decides what people eat, this riotous satire of the nanny state follows journalist Wes Montgomery and his girlfriend as they find themselves involved in a zany plot to bring down society's biggest illegal-food pusher Buy It Now: Publisher Description In the halls of Congress, on the streets, in the media, the war on fast food is on.
wilwheaton.net — So this hilarious picture was posted on Reddit yesterday. We all made lots of jokes about how paying attention to the wife in each picture was the right decision, but eventually this discussion happened: If you can't see that image clearly, here's the important parts: thatgengirl: At least he looks happy in your photo-we walked away from our photo op with a completely different opinion of Wil Wheaton.
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