I would say that the best excerpt states the author’s overall claim that fast food is just the best thing that has ever happened to humanity.
It was a great line that got me thinking if that is really true.
I think that is definitely the best excerpt. There is a bit of a bias in the excerpt because the author is obviously very enthusiastic about fast food. But I think it is true. The author is also extremely passionate about fast food. He does not seem to be trying to make fast food something that is bad. He seems to just want to make something that is amazing. The best excerpt I have ever read.
But that is the problem with the fast-food crowd. They are so obsessed with what they are doing that they forget to eat. They eat fast food, but they are always hungry and never feel satisfied. They think fast food is the best thing ever, but they never eat it.
I just love reading the fast food people. I don’t think they should be so obsessed with what they are doing that they are never satisfied. I think they should have a little more fun in their lives, and eat less fast food.
I think the author is too distracted by his fast-food-bias; I think it is just a distraction from the fact that in his fast-food world we eat fast food. I think the author is simply trying to make a point about fast-food’s influence over our eating habits. I think the author is saying it is not the best thing ever, but it can be an important part of our lives.
I think this is a great example of an author who is not trying to be funny, but is trying to be realistic. The author is saying that fast food is bad for people. I think that this point is well made, and I think it is worth reading for anyone who really wants to know whether fast food is good for people or not.
I think this is a great example of how a good point can be made with humor, but I think it is still worth a look. The author is trying to be realistic about fast food, but he is not trying to be funny. The author is saying fast food is bad for people. I think that this point is well made.
You can see the author’s point by reading the previous sentence, but the author also says, “In general, you can boil most “white hat” link-building strategies down to two simple steps: Create something notable (and therefore worthy of a link) and show it to people who own websites (and thus can link to it).
This is a very good point and one I’d like to reiterate because it’s so close to what I’ve written. I have mentioned that I’ve been trying to teach people about the concept of links in building links. But I still get asked about this, so I thought I’d write a quick one.