Whealthy Applies the Assembly-Line Concept and a Novel Cooking System to Mongolian Barbecue

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 14, 2017
There’s a running joke in the 1993 Sylvester Stallone sci-fi flick Demolition Man that all restaurants in its dystopian future are Taco Bells. The movie is set in 2032, just 15 years from now, and if the current state of our dystopia is any...
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