You may have noticed the theme over the past little bit of wieners, or frankfurters. This is to show everyone the variations of holiday dinners featuring such a gastronomical delight as processed meat. I have mercifully not posted a video as to how they are made. Such secrets should be kept from our minds. It’s almost time for Christmas. Remember to enjoy time spent with family and friends. Have fun.


Funeral for the trees

Chorus girl Doris McMahon in “costume” as the maid for the pre-Code 1934 movie Hips, Hips, Hooray starring Ruth Etting

by: Beatriz Martin Vidal

Rialto Theater, Joliete IL

by: Rafael Sottolichio



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  1. Rex Renard December 16, 2016 at 5:54 am #

    My nieghbor just uses his leftover deer antlers as hatracks and the occasional knife handle. His wife has told him no more taxidermy, no more “trophies”. In her defence the upstars of our house is starting to resemble a natural history museum and she is the one that actually owns the house.

  2. Rusty December 16, 2016 at 6:06 am #

    Have you been paid off by big hot dog?

    • ODDMAN December 16, 2016 at 7:21 am #

      Nathan’s might offer me some hotdogs.

      • oodlesiggy December 16, 2016 at 4:38 pm #

        I think he’s just jealous of your weiner

        • ODDMAN December 16, 2016 at 4:48 pm #

          I’m still waiting to hear from the greatest wiener of all, Anthony. It would be nice to hear from Ron Jeremy too, owner of perhaps the best known performing wiener of all time.

  3. Jeff P. December 16, 2016 at 7:48 am #

    Your comment reminded me of when my sister was 7 years old. She went on a school field trip to the Fischer’s Meat Packing Company in Louisville, KY and went through with her class watching the process of how hot dogs are made. When the little kids emerged from the factory, they were offered hot dogs! My sister didn’t eat a hot dog for years, and still doesn’t like them much at all, even after over 50 years.

    Wow! An Isetta! I haven’t seen one in years. When I was growing up there was a small local newspaper in Charlestown, Indiana that had an Isetta sitting on the porch in front of the office. I don’t think it ran, but it was cool to look at.

  4. Roger December 16, 2016 at 8:16 am #

    Todays instantly brought to mind the ZZ Top song “TV Dinners”. Great background music for this post.

  5. Simon December 16, 2016 at 8:18 am #

    I also used to be grossed out by frankfurters, hotdogs & Co….but then I said to myself that back then, when we used to hunt barehanded in the woods we humans used to eat really everything, mostly raw and yet we’ve made it through 200.000 years and we’re still fine so, f*ck it and let me enjoy that goodness preferably with some good mustard on it 😉

  6. Lindy December 16, 2016 at 10:45 am #

    I watched that toad gif at least 10 times. I happen to love toads! When I come home at night, there are alway two on the sidewalk catching bugs under the light and they don’t even move away from me anymore. Like any smart toad, they are now tucked away somewhere for a long winter’s nap, lucky little guys.

  7. sharpiepen December 16, 2016 at 11:57 pm # dogs are good 🙂 especially the ones at Costco. I don’t want to know how they are made, I just want to enjoy them.

    I fully enjoyed the toads at the end. 🙂

    Have a good one,


  8. Zaiaku December 19, 2016 at 2:43 am #

    is it just me or did those frogs seem like best friends lightly punching one another until one went “Dood, Look! Food!” Other frog eats it. “Wtf dude, I saw it first!”

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