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The Daily Beast found out with the help of nationally ranked competitive eater Eric ‘Badlands’ Booker.
Badlands ate, slowly at first; this was a casual snack after all, not a contest.
Rank be damned, 45-year-old Badlands still looks hungry to me, and manages to gobble 12 plates in all, with grace.
Badlands is has got to be pushing 300 pounds and is one of the few really hyperadiposic entrants.
She received a life sentence for her part in a killing spree that inspired a Springsteen song and the movie Badlands.New Life Is Redemption for Caril Ann Fugate, Who Still Claims Innocence in Killings|Michael Daly|June 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
All have had to cross their Badlands, ride roughshod above the timberline or grab for cover to avoid a ricochet.The Land of Look Behind|Paul Cameron Brown
Along a makeshift road into the badlands trucks brought crushed lime and phosphorus to supplement the ocean sediment.Monkey On His Back|Charles V. De Vet
All the raids along the east coast; everybody's blamed them on the Badlands gangs.The Cosmic Computer|Henry Beam Piper
And a variegated mass in the distance marked the Rainbow Buttes, rising isolated and alone from out the badlands.The Yellow Horde|Hal G. Evarts
The least chipmunk is common in the buttes and associated badlands where it most frequently inhabits rocky areas.Mammals of Northwestern South Dakota|Kenneth W. Andersen