Lightning Round: The Olympics, Chick-Fil-A, and Ricky Rozay

What else has been happening on the web this week? Time for a weekend link round-up!
 Lightning Round: The Olympics, Chick-Fil-A, and Ricky R..
  • Here’s that list you asked for of every food item Rick Ross has ever name-checked in a song. What? You never asked for such a list? Oh, well, here it is anyway and it’s excellent so you might want to check it out. ~ Vulture
  • When we we heard that a brewery was releasing a beer made with eight substances banned by the Olympics and calling it Never Mind the Anabolics, we didn’t even have to click the link to know it would be BrewDog. But then we clicked it anyway because we love BrewDog. ~ Buzzfeed
  • Looks like oil isn’t the Gulf Coast’s only problem – the dispersants used to break up the oil are doing some major damage to the plankton population, which may lead to a negative impact on fish populations in the years to come. ~ Grist
  • Internet start-up TaskRabbit cashes in on California’s insatiable passion for In-N-Out by offering a delivery service to anywhere in San Francisco for only $10. Not a bad deal. ~ SFist
  • Gay employees at Chick-Fil-A talk (anonymously, natch) about their experiences working for the chain, especially during this past month’s political turmoil. ~ Huffington Post
  • Three Democrats cross the political line to side with Monsanto against California’s Prop 37 and GMO labeling. ~ PRWatch
  • An interesting spotlight of the Camel Rider, a culinary treat unique to Jacksonville. ~ New York Times

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