Pulp fiction.

@article{Mangan1996PulpF,
  title={Pulp fiction.},
  author={P. Mangan},
  journal={Nursing times},
  year={1996},
  volume={92 10},
  pages={
          53
        }
}
When Quentin Tarantino traveled for the first time to Amsterdam and Paris, flush with the critical success of “Reservoir Dogs” and still piecing together the quilt of “Pulp Fiction,” he was tickled by the absence of any Quarter Pounders with Cheese on the European culinary scene, a casualty of the metric system. It was just the kind of thing that comes up among friends who are stoned or killing time. Later, when every nook and cranny of “Pulp Fiction” had become quoted and quantified, this… Expand
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