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Old 02-06-2007, 08:38 PM   #61
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In the last (locked) thread, Chizip had joked he invented the hot dog.
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Big Grin Chizip has a lot of novels about hot dogs in his closet

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You guys all know what "Bears" are, right?

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And none of you invented the hot dog! No one here was around in 1904 when it made its debut at the St. Louis Worlds' Fair along with the ice cream cone.
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The American story of the introduction of the hot dog, like the hamburger and ice cream cone, is often attributed to the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, Missouri. However, similar sausages were made and consumed in Europe, particularly in Germany, as early as 1864. Even in the united States the hot dog's association with baseball also predates the 1904 Exposition. St. Louis Browns owner Chris von der Ahe sold them at his ballpark in the 1880s. While many persons are credited with the "invention" of the hot dog, according to the National Hot Dog Council the hot dog was invented in the 17th century by a German butcher named Johann Georghehner.

Hot dogs were frequently known as frankfurters or franks, but the name "hot dog" became popular by the 1890s. In the 1830s, it was widely rumored that the dogs that roamed urban streets were regularly rounded up (by "dog wagons") and made into sausages; by the 1840s, the term "dog sandwich" was used. The 1860s popular song "Der Deitcher's Dog" (written by Septimus Winner and known by the lyrics "Where oh where has my little dog gone?")
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I knew they were in Germany years before that is why they were called Frankfurters. I was talking about the American hot dog being here and well known and widespread (with mustard)

Did you hear Ladanian and Belicheck made up at the Pro Bowl? He apologized for blaming the coach, and he seemed to think that Belicheck agreed with him on the guys' behavior and that made him feel better. Of course now we hear the Merriman dance has been outlawed so next year no one will be doing it anywhere.
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Ladanian would be best served to let his actions speak rather than his mouth in the future, as would most NFL players.

And without the benefit of steroids in the future, we wouldn't likely see as much of the Merriman dance anyway.

We saw him eliminated from any impact in the playoffs by Matt Light, so clearly the roid strength is dissipating, he won't have much to dance about any more.
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How fitting is it that Matt Light is going to the Pro Bowl now. At least the Patriots will have someone other than the coaching staff there now.
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i'd like to see belichick do the lights out dance wearing a hawaiian shirt with the sleeves ripped off... holding a chizip brand invented hot dog.
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How does a chizip hot dog taste?
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Do they have a surprise filling inside like those "Frank'nStuff" hot dogs used to?
(anyone remember those?)
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http://www.inthe80s.com/food/f.shtml

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Do Chizip dogs have fromunda cheese inside?
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Do they have a surprise filling inside like those "Frank'nStuff" hot dogs used to?
(anyone remember those?)
Oh those were NASTY! Remember the 'hot dogger' from the '70's that made your dog have holes in each end that tasted like metal? No wonder it didn't last long. Neither did those stupid hand held plug in hamburger patty makers, they were harder to clean than a skillet. They ended up at everyone's yard sale for a buck and no one bought them.

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Big Grin Everyone: let's do the Lights out again

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Neither did those stupid hand held plug in hamburger patty makers, they were harder to clean than a skillet.
I invented a non-stick version of one of these in a novel I wrote!
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