Real Product or Not, who do we trust the most and 1,690 calories of pure deliciousness and you won't find it at the State Fair. 

Your Real Product or Not stuff for today: Throx, The Box of Something and Old Glory Insurance Against Robots. (Scroll down for the correct answer.)

Remember when we thought computers were going to take over the world and that Microsoft was an evil, evil company? Not anymore. A new Gallup poll shows that Americans trust the computer industry above anyone else in business. The change happened because of none other than Steve Jobs. He took computers from faceless objects to a must have part of the American lifestyle. The top five most trusted industries are in the tech and food sectors. Oh, by the way the least trusted? The Federal Government.

Denny's never ceases to make my heart soar. First, the 895 calorie Fried Cheese Melt (mozzarella cheese smothered in cheese on bread), then Baconalia (maple bacon sundae, anyone?) and now, the new Mac n' Cheese Big Daddy Patty Melt. It features a burger, cheddar cheese with macaroni and cheese on top. It clocks in at 1,690 calories. But wait! There's more! For 69 cents, you can order "extra ooze" and they'll throw more cheese on the sandwich. Prices vary by location, but it starts at $4.99.

Your Real Product or Not answers: Throx and The Box of Something are both real. The Old Glory Robot Attack Insurance is not real. You can now log in to your Mix Insider Rewards Account and enter in the Morning Mix Word That Wins ROBOT and score 25 hundred points that you can use to reward yourself with cool stuff like cash, gift cards and gaming consoles. Not a Mix Insider yet? Click here to subscribe.