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Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser
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Fast Food Nation was an interestingly revealing read. Instead of focusing solely on the food, Schlosser wrote a lot about the fast food industry itself and how people are being consummately sucked into buying their food. Some of the parts pertaining to the business aspects of fast food lost my attention - however, the tidbits on the working conditions and the ingredients of the unhealthy indulgences made me want to read more. I usually do not visit fast food restaurants, so this book has not drastically changed my eating habits. Despite this, I felt like I learned a lot about how the corporations and businesses work.
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message 1: by Amy (new)

Amy LOL are you reading this for school? Or for fun? I remember this was a required reading for my class last year :)


Thomas For fun :) Did you like it?


message 3: by Amy (last edited May 09, 2010 05:03PM) (new)

Amy Haha not really...I don't remember much of it b/c it was mandatory for AP Human Geo and I sort of skimmed the thing for my tests tehe. Some of the facts were interesting but for the most part it's a lot of analysis. I think. (x


Thomas Aw... well, that's okay. For some reason I find it enjoyable to read books about the food industry, even though I don't eat much myself. I probably wouldn't be wanting to read it if it were assigned for school either loll.


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