Politics of Miami Plates: Cap'n Crunch Pancakes Are Gay Friendly
Cap'n Crunch Pancakes from the Eating House's Brunch Menu ($12)
General Mills, the makers of American breakfast staples like Cap'n Crunch, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Lucky Charms, recently spoke out against Minnesota's proposed gay marriage ban saying that the firm "value[s] diversity and inclusion" in the workplace, a bold stance for a corporation to take for such a politically charged issue. From this we can easily infer that the Cap'n crunch pancakes from Eating House (now open and here to stay) are a stack of liberal candied cereal cakes topped with vanilla butter who are full-fledged supporters of same-sex marriage.
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