“Well, if it’s all the same to you, can we crash here?” Blitz asked. “I have the motherload of 411s to drop on Sarge. And, we can ninja up some SPANC, if you’re hungry.”
SPANC or Separated Processed Animal Nutrient in a Can is a canned foodstuff that is commonly handed out as part of BL/ind’s disaster relief aid packs. It is also a common ration in mutant concentration camps and was sold extensively on mutant reservations.
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