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ozersky-bacon.jpgBack in 2007, writer Josh Ozersky declared that bacon had "jumped the shark." In 2010 on Nightline, he changed his tune and said, "It's the classical age of bacon... This is the Periclean age of bacon." He also said that the future of bacon was "infinite, prosperous, a broad, sunlit upland." Presumably on a deadline, today Ozersky drops his column and asks, "Why Won't Bacon Go Away?" The Periclean age lasted ~32 years, but the classical age of bacon lasted around just three or so years? [GS, EN, Time]

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