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Lost Lebron? No Problem, Have a Three Dog Night

posted by Ben Witherington

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There has to be some compensation for losing Lebron and the Browns and Indians continuing to be bad all at the same time.  And here it is residents of Cleveland and Canton.  The chief chef for the Charleston Riverdogs decided you needed more meat in your diet and created this extreme doggone sandwich for Northeast  Ohio (it would work in Milwaukee even better)—- a hot dog in a bratwurst in a kielbasa smother in souerkraut and other accoutrements. Calorie count— oh about 3,000 but who’s counting since its cold out there, and this actually is a bargain—- about $7.00 in the stadium.  This clearly qualifies if you are trying to fulfill Isaiah 55.1-3– ‘delight thyself in fatness……’

(Kudos to alert viewer Craig Beard for this one).



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