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    Wienermobile Hits the Deck
    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,...tml?test=faces

    There are several perverted insertion jokes available here ....

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    I saw this yesterday, and yes: the twisted jokes the scrolling through my mind
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    Quote Originally Posted by RemodelingGuy
    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,...tml?test=faces

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    Can't pass up this opportunity: Way back in 1991 (maybe '92?) the magazine I worked for sent me to cover a convention in Phoenix. While there, they put me in touch via a 3rd party with the grandson of Oscar Mayer, and I got to spend an afternoon with him and interview him for the magazine.

    He was a very nice, elderly gentleman, very gracious, and we had a great afternoon together. When I last saw him briefly at church that evening, he even managed to finagle a small package of wiener whistles for me to take back to the students I was teaching in a college news writing course at the time.

    That was fun. (No, at no point in his career did he drive one of the wienermobiles. Always wished he had, though.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by writerguy
    Can't pass up this opportunity: Way back in 1991 (maybe '92?) the magazine I worked for sent me to cover a convention in Phoenix. While there, they put me in touch via a 3rd party with the grandson of Oscar Mayer, and I got to spend an afternoon with him and interview him for the magazine.

    He was a very nice, elderly gentleman, very gracious, and we had a great afternoon together. When I last saw him briefly at church that evening, he even managed to finagle a small package of wiener whistles for me to take back to the students I was teaching in a college news writing course at the time.

    That was fun. (No, at no point in his career did he drive one of the wienermobiles. Always wished he had, though.)
    I assume you wrote an article about him.

    What was it about?

    I remember seeing the Wienermobile at Knotts Berry Farm in Anaheim CA when I was a kid.

    It was shaped more like a batmobile with a hot dog protruding from it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RemodelingGuy
    I assume you wrote an article about him.

    What was it about?
    I was working as news editor for the weekly church magazine of a Christian denomination and traveling for them at the time I did the story, along with a profile of one of their large congregations in the Phoenix area. (I won't name the denomination, but it is often abbreviated A/G or A of G.)

    Anyway, the interview with (as I referred to him with my students) the Head Wiener Guy, dealt with his life-long religious "journey," and his testimonial of finding God after his young daughter was healed of a life-threatening disease. I don't even remember the details of his experience, this long since I met him.

    He was a really nice guy, though. I never met his wife and daughter or any other family members.
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    When I was a child, I use to dream of being an Oscar Mayer Weiner.

    Unfortunately, I grew up just being weiner that was full of bologna.

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