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Customers Risk Their Lives to Eat a 10,000 Calorie Burger

Consider the foolhardy risk takers at the famous Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas. This restaurant, known for its "flatliner fries" cooked in pure lard, butterfat shakes, no-filter cigarettes, and the "triple bypass burger," appears to be living up to its reputation. The restaurant's most recent victim, a woman, was eating a "double ...

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Alan Paul

July 16, 2015  5:20pm

Brilliant Illustration on Taking Risks.

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