Okay, the web article is actually called 101 Dumbest Moments in Business: The year's biggest boors, buffoons, and blunderers By Adam Horowitz, David Jacobson, Tom McNichol, and Owen Thomas. And there's quite a number of juicy bits to read (albeit one _ page _ at _ a _ time _ which _ is _ so _ slow _), but I had to stop and post here in my quest to make fun of the American inability to think rationally when it comes to fast food portions. So I give you...
The Quadruple Bypass Burger
No, that's really its name!
33. Heart Attack Grill
Goes great with a small Diet Coke...
The Heart Attack Grill in Tempe, Ariz., introduces the Quadruple Bypass Burger, featuring 2 pounds of beef, four layers of cheese, 12 slices of bacon, and 8,000 calories.
As a side dish: Flatliner Fries, cooked in lard. A Triple Bypass is also available.
You know it'll make it on my Wall of Shame just on the twelve (12!!!) slices of bacon alone. Just what is it about bacon?