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(USA Today)   Some baseball stadiums will start selling organic hot dogs, since non-organic hot dogs also tested positive for steroids   (usatoday.com) divider line 52
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2004-12-04 10:30:54 AM  
Hot dogs! Get yer hot dogs!
 
2004-12-04 10:31:32 AM  
Farking hippies are ruining the game!
 
2004-12-04 10:31:32 AM  
Didn't RTFA, but let me guess. California?
 
2004-12-04 10:34:09 AM  
St. Louis?! Wow...the Red States are finally coming around.
 
2004-12-04 10:35:10 AM  
The Barry Bonds dog?
 
2004-12-04 10:39:19 AM  
Just stay away from the Bondsburger - one slab of steroid riddled beef in between two thick pieces of armor, topped with a double helping of Egosauce.
 
2004-12-04 10:39:58 AM  
That's right Hambone99 , I prefer my hot dogs with extra hormones and and throw in some fecal matter while your at it.
 
2004-12-04 10:45:58 AM  
Hotdogs are just the leftover lips and assholes from the slaughterhouse. So what is the difference between non-organic lips and assholes and organic lips and assholes?

/vegetarian
 
2004-12-04 10:46:37 AM  
Hot dogs are made out of lips and asses. You can't get more organic than that.
 
2004-12-04 10:47:38 AM  
rutager..JINX!!!
 
2004-12-04 10:55:38 AM  
Does this mean they'll be all small and diseased looking like all the organic produce at my local market?
 
2004-12-04 11:01:18 AM  
Doesn't matter I will not pay $20 for a beer, hotdog, and a pretzel.
 
2004-12-04 11:03:28 AM  
I can hardly wait until the Hooters Girls start air-cannoning tofu cubes into the crowd.
 
2004-12-04 11:08:01 AM  
I was at a minor league game last year that had vegan bratwurst. I was thrilled. I must have eaten 6 of those things over the course of the game.

:)
 
2004-12-04 11:09:34 AM  
vegan bratwurst would be a great band name
 
2004-12-04 11:13:32 AM  
Homer Simpson: Hmmmm. Hey, this hot dog tastes different.

Apu: Yes, I just cleaned out the machine sir, so the snack you are enjoying has not been soaking in its putrid grease.

Homer Simpson: Yeah ... but without all the grease all you can taste is the hog anus.
 
2004-12-04 11:20:44 AM  
Believe me, if you know what's in hot dogs, and you still eat them, you really don't care if they're steroid free.
 
2004-12-04 11:37:33 AM  
Hebrew National all the way.
 
2004-12-04 11:56:12 AM  
so it's perfectly fine that people introduce all kinds of chemicals like hormones and steroids and painkillers into their systems (thanks to medical science) but it's unhealthy if we do it to the cows, pigs, an chickens we eat? Anyone else confused by this?
 
2004-12-04 11:56:24 AM  
I was at a Reds game in Cincinnati a couple of years ago. My friend, who's a vegetarian, searched the park for veggie dogs. When he finally found them, he was dismayed to find them being kept warm in the same pan as the regular hot dogs. He asked the lady at the concession stand why they kept the veggie dogs soaking in the meat juice, and she said "That's not meat juice. That's broth."
 
2004-12-04 12:08:43 PM  
mkrygeri
Sucks to be you. There are three health food type grocery stores within minutes of my house (in NC), and they all offer really nice looking, normally sized produce and pretty much anything else you can imagine, only natural and organic.
 
2004-12-04 12:09:20 PM  
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2004-12-04 12:24:00 PM  
Hot dogs are disgusting because they feed leftover chicken bits and hog parts to cows and pigs. Somehow I don't think a cow on a diet of steriods and chicken parts is appealing. What's so controversial about feeding herbivores only grass, grain and water? What can I say, I'm just anti-cannibalism.

If the market demands and will bear the cost of organic foods, then organic foods will be offered at more and more places.
 
2004-12-04 12:24:20 PM  
Shea Stadium, home of my favorite lowly Mets, has been serving good food for years. Apparently, best beer selection in an MLB park, too. So I can jus' chill with my Golden Krust jamaican patty in one hand, Brooklyn ale in the other.

Good times.

The presence of several Hebrew National vendors is also a plus.

/hooray for hot dogs without horse rectums!
 
2004-12-04 12:25:05 PM  
Heheheh, "meat juice".
 
2004-12-04 12:50:21 PM  
Hotdogs come mostly from pork, which was once a living pig. By definition, aren't all hotdogs organic?
 
2004-12-04 12:57:49 PM  
hambone - you're a bigot. you're also an idiot.
 
2004-12-04 01:12:02 PM  
Concerning hot dogs, read The Jungle (I know, it's not as germaine due to the century since its writing).

Concerning ballparks, sell real (micros, etc) beers for under $12, please!

Nope. Gotta pay for Barry Bonds' steroids, the bastard.
 
2004-12-04 01:14:25 PM  
Alex Chilton
I noticed the same thing, too. And no Giambi either. Maybe Drew put a bunch of money on the Giants next season or something...

/ GO DODGERS!!!
 
2004-12-04 01:15:13 PM  
No, GOOCH, organic basically means unfarked with, and the result tends to be higher quality. Meat has a lower chance of carrying deadly bacteria, and vegetables tend to taste better if they haven't been engineered to grow to twice their normal size. (Part of the reason veggies taste better in Italy than they do here, almost everything is organic) One dessert I like to make, Tiramasu, is made with raw egg, and I would only use fresh organic eggs for it. I would never trust factory farm eggs.

And McMutt, its a matter of choice really. People can choose not to take certain drugs but if its in the only food available to you then you have no choice. It would be OK for an adult to take birth control pills but you wouldnt give them to a little girl, would you? Unless you like the idea of your little girl starting puberty at 6 from the excess estrogen fed to chicken, which has happened, according to a doctor I know.
 
2004-12-04 01:38:05 PM  
Goddamnit, some of you people on these threads could fark up a wet dream. Someone mentions HOT DOGS for crissakes and
here come the vagitarians and other kooks out of the woodwork with all their tired horseshiat. I don't give a flying fark what's in the hot dogs or how the poor pig was anally probed with a '57 Buick to produce them, or that if laboratory rats eat 100 of them an hour for 89 years they will develop ass cancer or anything else damnit. I JUST LIKE EATING HOT DOGS GODDAMN IT. SO STFU ALREADY.
 
2004-12-04 01:41:28 PM  
I am a vagitarian.
 
2004-12-04 01:46:53 PM  
I'm with Hambone. Humanity struggled for hundreds of thousands of years to become the dominant species, and anyone who thinks eating meat is cruel should be shot for their irreverence towards our ancestors.

That, and it tastes damn good.

:)
 
2004-12-04 01:50:45 PM  
JohnGaltDiscGolfer: I am a vagitarian.

Damn that was quick. I'd give you a cookie but I'm all out, so here's a hot cocoa sampler box

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2004-12-04 01:59:48 PM  
Organic hot dogs ? Time for an Al Bundy quote :

Anyway, Peg, let's follow the example of our friend the cockroach. They were before man, they'll be after man.You know why? They eat crap. And I say, if it's good enough for the cockroach, then it's good enough for my family.
 
2004-12-04 02:05:32 PM  
Hambone99

That is the fugliest flag I've ever seen.
 
2004-12-04 02:31:56 PM  
Salen's hot dogs from Buffalo. Nothing better. They make Hebrew Natonal dogs about as appealing as a free week vacation at the corpse of Arafat compound.
And Nathan's? Not even close.
 
2004-12-04 02:31:56 PM  
Thanks, penguin83! I've got it saved. Mr. Hankey rules.
 
2004-12-04 02:35:53 PM  
I had some hotdogs from a local mennonite butcher, and they were really tasty.
 
2004-12-04 03:06:14 PM  
Organic simply means from a living organism. I guess they are just using the word in another way
 
2004-12-04 03:12:30 PM  
Cromm:

Salen's hot dogs from Buffalo. Nothing better. They make Hebrew Natonal dogs about as appealing as a free week vacation at the corpse of Arafat compound.
And Nathan's? Not even close.



Bullshiat. Bring your ass to Atlanta and get a hot dog at the Varsity, Zesto's or if you got the stones one of the cart vendors on the southside.
 
2004-12-04 03:52:26 PM  
Kudos to the submitter!
 
2004-12-04 04:14:06 PM  
How telling that not until traces of steroids might get into our ball players' systems do we acknowledge how scary it is that there are roids in our meat. That's gross.
 
2004-12-04 04:28:14 PM  
Organic food fanatics/hippies need to shut the fark up untill they can pull a way to magically mass farm natural produce and meats "organicly".

/Penn & Teller > Hippies
 
2004-12-04 04:29:23 PM  
I am still waiting for the day when they serve hot dogs with real dog meat. Of course, it has to be organic. Nothing taste better than the organs of dog. Yummy.....
 
2004-12-04 04:36:45 PM  
JoeBlack:

I am still waiting for the day when they serve hot dogs with real dog meat. Of course, it has to be organic. Nothing taste better than the organs of dog. Yummy.....

Here you go.........

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2004-12-04 06:07:07 PM  
Okay, so we have a hot dog testing postivie for Steroids, but we cannot get a Barry Bonds link approved?

fark...when can we rail on that bastard
 
2004-12-04 06:21:54 PM  
2, 40oz beers per inning until the 7th still ok.

the last time I went to an MLB game the redneck in front of me fell over drunk during the national anthem.
 
2004-12-04 08:17:09 PM  
Organic food fanatics/hippies need to shut the fark up untill they can pull a way to magically mass farm natural produce and meats "organicly".

Because, as we all know, the first crops in human history were raised in 1980 in a lab at Monsanto's research labs.

/maybe you need to shut the fark up
 
2004-12-05 09:16:07 AM  
mkrygeri:

Does this mean they'll be all small and diseased looking like all the organic produce at my local market?

My brother and I raise organics all the time, My brothers farm is certified organic. The veggies out of my garden while usually smaller than ones laden with herbicides, pesticides and chemical fertilizers are much better tasting than store bought crap.

Pixter:

If the market demands and will bear the cost of organic foods, then organic foods will be offered at more and more places.

It's all ready happening. Your going to see more and more of it in the coming years

theGOOCH:

Organic simply means from a living organism. I guess they are just using the word in another way

They use the term organic since we use no man made chemicals in the production of our crops and the making of our feeds.

Jsimmons38040:

Organic food fanatics/hippies need to shut the fark up until they can pull a way to magically mass farm natural produce and meats "organically".

My brothers farms over 1100 acres organically. Supplies 2 large farmers markets with egg's pork and chicken. We have a neighbor who raises organic beef for these same markets. That doesn't include the restaurants they supply or the people that come by the farm once a week to pick up their groceries.

But hey if you want to have all those nasty chemicals in your foods have at it. I'm sure Monsato just loves people like you.
 
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