Holy shit is this a classic example of fatty indignation. I am amazed (I shouldn't be) that they are willing eat it from shady illegal hotdog vendors. Why wouldn't you make it at home if you wanted one so much?
I love the one in the beginning who is slathering mayonnaise on her bacon wrapped hotdog.
Look, I WANT to tell you why people CAN be home all the time with all the ingredients they need for anything they want at any given time, but I don't think you're ready... For now, restaurants and vendors will have to take fight.
26K for a cart good enough for bacon!
|Frank Rizzo |
6 months in jail for selling a bacon dog? Really?
Tomorrow I will make bacon wrapped hotdogs stuffed with cheese.
....and they will be fried..... served with fried onions...... and chips and coke
this maybe my last post. I love you all...
protip: top with brown sugar and bake at 400 for about 20 minutes, then dip in Velveeta.
I think that lady's been sneaking some of her own bacon-dogs (a FUPA like that doesn't grow on it's own,) and she seems fine, except for the aforesaid FUPA.
or maybe she's middle-aged and working-class and doesn't have time for your crap
Look, this is simple, if you want to sell food you need to be in compliance with health regulations.
But FIVE different people didn't get sick! Holy shit! That's fucking wonderful, and good enough to repeal these regulations. We all know a vendor isn't officially unsafe until at LEAST 20% of the people who eat there get food poisoning.
Besides, I'm sure these laws are completely arbitrary and without merit. Some dude on the city council probably just made them up one afternoon when there was nothing else to do.
And now just look at the poor woman who, knowing the consequences, violated the law, and was then forced to deal with those consequences. This is completely unjust. We must fight this law tooth and nail.
I've always wanted trichinosis, anyway.
How many people a year get trichinosis a year in the US do you think? How many from commercial bacon?
|Doctor Arcane |
Couldnt you use what ever the hell Dunkin Donuts and their ilk use for bacon? Like, pre-fried bacon you just heat up?
Fight for your right to get a brain worm.
|The Hierophant |
First of all, ignorant ass mid-western Drew Carey, the appropriate nomenclature is "dangerdogs". They sell them outside of bars in San Francisco from about 1 AM to 4 AM every weekend, and when you stumble drunkenly into the street after last call, those god damn things smell like heaven.
Exotic parasites and antibiotic-resistant bacteria aside, dangerdogs get the automatic five-star.
Drew Carey's "Bullshit!"
|Albuquerque Halsey |
Attention Libertarians: the reason you can buy hod dog on a cart on the street is because meat prices are kept artificially low due to gubberment subsidies to farmers and ranchers.
The reason you can complain about it on the internet is because the Gubbermint helped subsidized the creation of the internet.
|Monchiles Monchiles |
The government has no right to tell me what potentially life-threatening foods I can and cannot ingest.
You can eat it, you just can't sell it if your "stove" has wheels.
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