Christian-owned fast food phenomenon, In and Out Burgers, the fresh meat and real potatoes drive-thru restaurant has been sweeping the west and lately the southwest of the United States. A recent In and Out Opening in Tucson has has round the clock lines for their bible verse ornamented fry packages and beverage cups. Fast food gurus across the industry have been analyzing the service, the marketing, the packaging and the fundamentalist theology of this new star in the galaxy of burger joints.
It took a starving University of Arizona science major to crack the genetic code that has insured In and Outs meteoric rise to success. Hashbrown Shimballadin, microbiology major at UA was famished after a long day and night of research and studying. he decided to ride his old Schwinn to the new In and Out in El Con Mall. After purchasing an enormous sack of their animal-sty burgers, the east Asian student returned to his lab at the Soil and Water Building. After gorging himself on more burgers than he should have the brilliant young science major decided to run some tests on the product. Sure enough Hashbrown soon discovered that the burgers are made of human flesh. That's when he discovered the meaning of In and Out.
Shimballdin's discovery has brought even more customers to the In and Out. Majorie Dumblond explained her continued loyalty to the product: "At least we don't have to worry about contamination from animal products!"