EXPOSED: How Fast Food Chains Use Raw Meat, Paint, And Glue To Trick Your Eyeballs

This is why we need truth in advertising, and better regulation of the tricks these obesity peddlers can use in their commercials.

You know those fast food commercials you see every day on TV? The ones with the impossibly good-looking food? They set you up to expect this:

So you go in and order it, but you get this instead:

Which makes you wonder what the heck happened.

I mean, how do you go from showing this:

To serving this?

The way fast food actually looks is disgusting. Here's how they trick you into thinking their food looks appetizing:

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"The issue on the table..."

Two of Hamilton's most beloved numbers are the Cabinet Battles between Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson. In Cabinet Battle #1, the issue on the table was Hamilton's national financial plan. In Cabinet Battle #2, the issue was whether to provide France assistance in their revolutionary war.

But there was a third rap battle written for the show, which was cut due to time and because it didn't actually move the plot along. The issue on the table for Cabinet Battle #3? Slavery.

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