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Eating Our Words Burger Bracket: The 2012 Judges

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March Madness is upon us, and you know what that means, EOW Nation: It's Burger Bracket time. Katharine Shilcutt put out a call for judges last week, and after careful, admittedly capricious, consideration, we've chosen the teams. Without further ado:

  • Team Burgerteers, for managing to work both a crappy Ford AND fellatio into a poem about burgers. [Note to the 'teers: you must have four members on your team to participate.]
  • Team FattyFatBastard, for having at its helm our own prolific commenter, the controversial FattyFat, who will surely add plenty of edge to the proceedings.
  • Team Texas Teachers, because it's made up of middle school teachers, and they deserve a medal - or at least a few burgers - for teaching kids during those psychopathic years.
  • Team BurgerAddict, because these burger addicts are also members of the clergy. Seriously.

Check back on Monday, February 27, to see the entire bracket. And we can't wait to see all y'all at the Championship Tasting of the final four entries. Details on that event to come.


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