Sometime in the future: the first Native American-Polish, ambidextrous, former college hockey star, soccer mom Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court hands down the long-awaited ruling on who owns the right to market and sell the ground beef patty sandwich historically known as the "hamburger." The obviously high court decides in favor of the plaintiff in Weber's Superior Root Beer Restaurant vs. McDonald's Corp. Indeed, Weber's did, in fact, invent and name the hamburger, says the Court.
All of a sudden, this prototypical American sandwich begins making a comeback. Sushi dives, salad bars wilt, Buffalo wings fly away, pizza loses its pizzaz.
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