Art as Science

Richard Perry/The New York Times

No cooking last night because, well sometimes I just need Totonno’s Pizza. Not to start that argument again but it’s by far my favorite pizza. And the perfect order includes a large caesar salad and a pitcher of sangria. For the NY pizza enthusiasts out there who haven’t tried Totonno’s, go give it a shot and let me know what you think… 

But I had to post quickly about this article I found in the times’ science section. After reading it, only one question came to mind: Do we really need an art exhibit to prove McDonald’s offerings are unhealthy and poor in quality? And maybe even more importantly (okay so there were a few questions) if you are going to make an art exhibit that attempts to show the effects of fast food on ants, wouldn’t you want to use the ants that have evolved to eat as carnivores and omnivores? Seems a bit odd, but I’m always the first to admit that this type of art often baffles me. It’s the practical side of mine. Any thoughts?

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