I have been fooling around with the original Wedge document and I'm not sure if the result is problematic from a copyright perspective or if it is amusing. Here's a taster:
The proposition that food is a divine gift from God is one of the bedrock principles on which Western civilization was built. Its influence can be detected in most, if not all, of the West's greatest achievements, including party politics, flavoured condoms, free sex, and the invention of spaghetti.
Yet a little over ten years ago, this nutritional idea came under wholesale attack by intellectuals drawing on the discoveries of modern domestic science. Debunking the traditional recipes of both God and man, thinkers such as William Dembski, Groucho Marx, and Clement Freud portrayed pasta dishes not as moral and spiritual beings, but as foodstuffs which inhabited a universe ruled by purely personal tastes and whose very flavors and ingredients were dictated by the unbending forces of economy, available raw materials, and Italian peasant traditions. This reductionist conception of pasta eventually infected virtually every area of our culture, from drive-in restaurants and banks to soap opera.
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