I think this is good for America, though, this competition between the fast foods. Like the war between Chipotle and Taco Bell, which Taco Bell will win, of course, because they give you too much food at Chipotle, man! They do their assembly line just like Subway, where you tell ‘em what to pile on your burrito, but then you get this thing the size of a pregnant football and you go: “Wow, Chipotle is such a good deal! No way am I eating this whole thing, I will eat half and save the rest for a quick dinner or late-night snack, wowee, Chipotle is certainly a great value!” The Chipotle near my office charges $6.84 for a carnitas, but then if you want guac on it, it’s another buck eighty-nine, so that’s $8.73 for lunch before tax and no drink. Do you know how much lunch you can get at Taco Bell for $8.73 before tax? I would never spend that much at Taco Bell in one feeding, unless I had a guest. Plus, with the Chipotle, you need to make sure you start eating your football from the right end, because if you get the end that has mostly rice and vegetables in it you’re not gonna be satisfied, and so if you get that end, you go a little over the halfway point to get to the carnitas or whatever and then you’re a couple bites past halfway and you start bargaining, like, “OK, two more bites and then I’ll wrap it up,” and then you take a look and there’s like 25% left of your burrito, and now it’s the good part, so you end up eating the whole thing, and then you need to go lie down.