Lucas Spivey says, your culture and other cultures are going to keep coming together. It's going to explode into products that have a market - like Cool Runnings - or things that are outlandish - like Jello wrestling - or sometimes things that are just forgettable - like McHuevos Rancheros. Like it or not, it’s a pretty interesting time to be alive.
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