Oct 312015
Inside the Japanese Hotel Staffed by Robots

For decades now, science fiction has dreamed of a not so distant future where robots make the world a better place for mankind. Japan has been one the forefront of the robotic revolution for quite a while now. Now, that the technology has a some time to mature, Motherboard reports that there is now a hotel in Japan that is run entirely by robots. Cool or creepy? Or both?


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Dec 122014
McDonald’s Gives Tour Showing How They Make Chicken McNuggets

Of all the dishes served at McDonald’s, the most controversial is the Chicken McNuggets. They’re just so delicious, yet people can’t help but spread terrifying rumors about how they are made and what they are made of. Do they really use all of the chicken, even the beak and feet? And what about the pictures of pink slime that have circulated online? 

In a new effort to become more transparent, McDonald’s takes viewers on a tour of a Tyson chicken factory where they make the famous McNuggets in this viral video. 

So, did they change your opinion of McNuggets?


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Dec 032014
Inside Guantanamo Bay’s Kitchen Is Eye Opening

Most Americans have Guantanamo Bay burnout. After hearing about the controversial prison for suspected terrorists for over a decade, Americans no longer want to hear about it. More recently, the detention center has been in the news after many prisoners started a hunger strike to protest their detention, and it came to light that they were being force fed via a feeding tube. 

The foodies at Munchies gained unique access to the detention camps to see what prisoners are eating when they are not partaking in the hunger strike. Strangely enough, they met a bubbly and positive Korean woman named Sam who is the head of the kitchen. 


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Nov 282014
Girl With Multiple Sclerosis Is One Of The Best Runners In America

This week old ESPN short film has inspired viewers, and has already amassed over 4 million hits! Fourteen year old Kayla Montgomery was playing soccer when she noticed something wasn’t right with her legs. She started feeling a weird tingling feeling, and was later diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, a serious autoimmune nerve disease. There is no cure. But that didn’t stop Kayla from becoming one of America’s top long distance runners. Her determination and drive is guaranteed to inspire you. 


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Oct 232014
The 20,000 Calorie Strongman Diet

When you’re a world record holding professional strongman, everything you do it big. Your workouts are big, your clothes are big, and your diet is gigantic! The foodies of Munchies followed professional strongman Robert Oberst around for a day to see what exactly he does, and how he fuels his huge body. Hint: consuming 20,000 calories a day gets very expensive. 


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