Crop Circle Pizza Ad

Yep - that's a giant crop-circle ad for Papa John's Pizza (whole wheat crust pizza ad in a field of wheat? My, what a metonymy! Wait, or is it metaphor?). Anyways, here's The Fire Wire blog has the story:

Look, it’s a bird, it’s a plane - it’s a pizza?

That’s right, it’s a pizza. If you’re flying in or out of Denver International Airport, look out the window and you’ll see a pizza cut into a wheat field near West 128th Avenue and Pena Boulevard. The crop circle, designed by artist Stan Herd, is a promotional vehicle for Papa John’s Pizza.

The pizza’s “pepperoni” is made of cedar mulch, with cornstalks standing in for green pepper, black mulch for olives, and flattened wheat stalk for cheese. It will be completed in time for the convention and will remain in place until the first snowfall.

Link - Thanks Larry!

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Geez, soops. Treehugger much? I think mulch is usually a waste product. Nobody's going to cut down prime timber and mulch it. After taking the good wood and stuff, well, yeah... use the rest for mulch. And there's also fallen trees and whatnot.

What would you rather they use? Plastic chips? At least now, the pizza is biodegradable.
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This is a fake! It was obviously not created by aliens: you can see where the tractor rolled in on the middle left of the image.

I wonder what kind of pizza aliens would want.
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