I loved Wholly Burger. Not just cause I love burgers, but because it appealed to the consumer in me. After doing so much shopping for the trip, which had me pretty stressed by the time I got to BRC, it was kind of an acknowledgement of what we go thru.
For me, I didn't see it as a preechy, anti-commercializations, stop buying, kind of thing. I for one love that we can buy in bulk. I love that we have sandwiches and burgers piled high with meat. I've traveled to 3 continents in the last 3 years and have come to appreciate the opportunity of Americans to eat and get fat. Our main driving force is to eat, above anything else. The wholly burger seemed to recognize the oppulance we've taken the experience of our digestion.
Eveybody wants food! If you can have more than enough, whats wrong with that?
I picture the Wholly Burger artist to be regurgitating at my interpretation of their work.
"I gotta have more cowbell"
Bruce dickenson, legendary rock producer