31 Mar '16, 12am

Awesome article @MSheopory

It’s like going to Quiznos for lunch and picking a sandwich from their standard menu. The sandwich will be delicious because the pros at Quiznos have perfected the art of sandwich-making. They’ve tweaked each recipe on the menu based on feedback received from customers over time. They will have just the right basic ingredients, the sauces to enhance the flavor, and an industrial-grade oven to get the right level of toasty. And they will crank out your sandwich in a flash because they have mastered the assembly line that churns out sandwiches during the crazy lunch-hour rush.

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