Tuesday, September 21, 2004

America loves salsa

If you had told me 25 years ago that salsa would one day outsell ketchup, I would have said: "Dude, I don't give a shit. I'm not even born yet. And when I am born, ranking condiments by U.S. sales revenue isn't exactly at the top of my 'To Do' list."

6 comments:

Jack said...

Sorry, I don't really have anything to say right now. I just so enjoy commenting.

SC said...

I thought of a pretty good title for a Hasty Pudding show: Rome Is Where The Art Is. One of the characters could be named Lee Sanya. Another could be named Spag Hetti.

Jack said...

SC - You have done well! Are rumors about you possibly visiting New York City true? Well, if you do, you gotta understand that New Yorkers have their own way of doing things, and you should know a few things before you come. First, we eat Wise potato chips, here. Second, from 14th Street up to Harlem, there are twenty north-south blocks per mile. So 57th Street is a mile north of 37th Street. Have a safe trip!

eap said...

Hey guys.
Another Hasty Pudding show: "Triumph of the Spill", which would explore the insidious cultural phenomenon of Yahtzee Propaganda (whereby the manufacturers of Yahtzee promote the game through Riefenstahl-esque documentary films).

v.DANGER said...

Conrad:

Did you show our script to EAP?

BJN said...

Think about it. Who goes through a bottle of ketchup per party? But lots of people go through a jar or two of salsa per party. I could have predicted this. Not worth my time to have read you talk about it.