Corporate Cannibalism
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Popular fast-food genre - late Re-Evaluation Period to recent.
Corporate Cannibalism involves the mass-production and consumption of meat cloned from famous actors, media personalities or leading members of the community. Similar uses of artificial meat production to allow cannibalism include autovory (self-eating), friend- and spouse-eating.

Corporate Cannibalism itself was first established by the CrustClown Kingg in several NoCoZo major systems during the late Re-Evaluation Period.

One popular variation uses cloned meat from the current CrustClown Kingg. Annoying and invasive advertising is used to memetically engineer the populace to dislike the CrustClown Kingg emself. They then specifically patronize the outlets, often ordering King burgers medium-rare because, as one anonymous but oft-quoted patron of the chain once said "I want to hear the bastard scream."
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Development Notes
Text by M. Alan Kazlev, amended by Steve Bowers
Initially published on 24 September 2001.