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hawg·wash BBQ (hôgwôsh, -wsh, hg-) KEY


1. Worthless, false, or ridiculous speech or writing; nonsense.

2. Garbage fed to hogs; swill.

Friday, July 30, 2010

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

He sees LeBron as a runaway slave

Jackson said Gilbert's comments were "mean, arrogant and presumptuous."

"He speaks as an owner of LeBron and not the owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers," the reverend said in a release from his Chicago-based civil rights group, the Rainbow PUSH Coalition. "His feelings of betrayal personify a slave master mentality. He sees LeBron as a runaway slave. This is an owner employee relationship -- between business partners -- and LeBron honored his contract."

LeBron is not a slave, but Dan Gilbert thinks so. Owning a team has its privileges, but declaring the ownership of people is off limits.

What is next??????

Now what for the Chicago Blackhawks?

The team announced Monday that it would match San Jose's four-year, $14 million offer sheet for defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson, a restricted free agent. That means someone else has to move for Chicago to meet its salary cap.
Sources told ESPN.com on Monday that one of the players the Hawks are dangling is Brian Campbell. Mind you, moving his hefty contract seems to be a long shot. He has six years left on his deal, which pays $7.14 million per season; plus, he has a no-trade clause that features his right to choose eight teams to which he will accept a trade. A source said Campbell had not yet been asked for his list of eight teams.
Our ESPN Chicago colleague Jesse Rogers is also reporting that Patrick Sharp could be another option. He's got two years left at $3.9 million, a much easier contract to move. But Sharp is also one heck of a player.
Elsewhere Monday as we await the results

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Top 5 Overrated Pizzas List

What a Tool!!!! Really, He thinks Lou & Gino's are better that Original Uno's. He was a Douchebag when he was judge on Iron Chef.

1. Pizzeria Uno – Cheese casserole, par-baked dough and more tourists than Navy Pier
2. Vito & Nick’s – Extra greasy (factory-made) cheese, lifeless crust – akin to Madison’s Pizza Pit (great at 3 a.m.)
3. Pizza D.O.C. – More cheese than a Wisconsin dairy rally; oddly characterless crust despite wood-burning oven
4. Aurelio’s – Even if it’s from the original store (and from the old oven) the crust still disappoints and the toppings all taste mass-produced/chain-like
5. Spacca Napoli – Despite artisanal approach, finished pies are like eating a bowl of soup surrounded by soggy dough with barely enough char at the edges (despite drop-dead gorgeous wood-burning oven)

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Leave it up to Kobayashi, to steal the thunder.

Number-one-ranked eater Joey Chestnut won his fourth straight title by winning the Nathan's Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog-Eating Contest in Coney Island, downing 54 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes in oppressive heat to retain possession of the Coveted Musted Yellow Belt.In second place was Eater X of New York City with 45 HDBs and in third was Patrick Bertoletti of Chicago with 37. The 100-pound Sonya Thomas ate 36 and Bob Shoudt consumed 34.Erik The Red Denmark consumed 32, Gravy Brown ate 31, Allen Goldstein 28, Ben Monson and Juliet Lee 27, Sean Gordon 26.5, Pete Davekos and Badlands Booker 24, Crazy Legs Conti 20, Bryan Beard 15.5 and Kris Adams 11.A record crowd estimated by police at well more than 40,000 braved the scorching heat to witness Chestnut in his element.

FULL RESULTS1 - Joey Chestnut - 54 Nathan's Hot Dogs and Buns in 10 minutes - $10,000
2 - Eater X Tim Janus - 45 - $5,000
3 - Pat Bertoletti - 37 - $2,500
4 - Sonya Thomas - 36 - $1,500
5 - Bob Shoudt - 34 - $1,000
6 - Erik Denmark - 32,
7- Gravy Brown - 31,
8- Allen Goldstein - 28,
T9 - Ben Monson - 27,
T9 - Juliet Lee - 27,
11 - Sean Gordon - 26.5,
T12 - Pete Davekos - 24,
T12 - Badlands Booker - 24,
14 - Crazy Legs Conti - 20,
15 - Bryan Beard - 15.5,
16 - Kris Adams - 11,