So, working on a PhD in Computer Science is a pretty strange thing, generally. Sometimes it is specifically strange.

For instance, if you inspect the source for Delivery Express, Amherst's source for all things lazy and food, you'll see some shady javascript at the bottom:

if(document.getElementById('bestpage') != null){document.getElementById('bestpage').style.visibility = 'hidden'; document.getElementById('bestpage').style.width = '0px'; document.getElementById('bestpage').style.height = '0px';}

They are sweeping a 'bestpage' div under the rug. What might be on there?

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Looks like our local delivery service has a penchant for ED drugs and gambling. To see for yourself, pop open a console, and run:

document.getElementById('bestpage').style.visibility = 'visible'

I have no idea why it is there, but it definitely is.