Sunday, February 18, 2007

Over One Billion Served

Fast food. The corner stone of the American diet.

Something that Barrow does not have.
We have no Wendy’s or McDonalds or Burger King.
We have no chain-like restaurants at all.

All we have are the strange and diversely similar family-run eateries.

The happy people here in the land of non-commercialism crave those cookie cutter grease burgers that make up the drive-thru world.

And when there is a want for something, there will always be someone out there ready to supply. In the fast food lacking world of the Arctic Circle, those suppliers are the band.

The high school band brought in $700 (including shipping) of Big Macs and Chicken Nuggets.
Which they sold for $10 a pop.

A table full of burgers and two microwaves made for an excellent fund-raiser.

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