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Abandoned wooden mine shafts rot along the sides of mountains and waterfalls that otherwise might belong on a postcard. The remnants of rope-suspension bridges dangle in the breeze. The same mustard shade of oxidized chemicals that colors Cement Creek dots the horizon in every direction. If you have any doubt where the rusty pollutants in the rivers come from, all you have to do is look up.
All foods containing more than 25% of your recommended daily saturated fat, 20% of your sodium, or refined starches will be labeled “Poison Pellets,” “Fat Patties,” or “Baby Carrots That Never Called or Even Texted Their Full-Length Parents in Their Past Life, So Got Reborn as Tostitos Scoops.”