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I had to do it! I had to create a blog so you and I could gripe about all of "The Crap" that we encounter everyday in our lives. Believe me, there is plenty! You can now come to this blog to Gripe because you have the right to do so. Over time, we will Gripe about topics ranging from sports to politics to just about all of the garbage that happens around us. When you Gripe, you can add your name or not. It's your right! You can vent any way you want. Use foul language if you are angry enough to and if you are offended, just Gripe It! Hell, we have been banned from Facebook twice! You can Gripe about people, places and things. The only thing I ask is if you are going to Gripe about someone and you use their name, make sure you have the facts straight or say it's your opinion. Otherwise they will sue your and my ass off! It's your RIGHT TO GRIPE! You can respond to one of our Gripes or you can lay down your own Gripe. It's easy. To post your own Gripe just email it to therighttogripe@hotmail.com and we will get it on. You can also post a Gripe on our Facebook page. Just search The Right To Gripe. If you don't want to write it down, just click on one of the boxes below each Gripe to give your opinion. You can also become an official "Griper". All you need to do is "Sign Up" and create an account. IT'S FREE! So, don't sit back and take it, just GRIPE IT!







Sunday, February 23, 2014

U.S. Men's Hockey Team Left Sochi Early

The expectations were high for the United States Men's ice hockey team.  They should have been since we assembled what was supposed to be the best NHL players who hailed from our 50 states.  In fact, nothing short of the gold medal would be acceptable for our hockey players.  The silver or bronze would just not do.  Last year, our team went to the gold medal game and lost to Canada and this has been sticking in our craw for 4 long years.  An eternity for players who had their gold medal hopes shattered by a very good Canadian team in their home country on the ice in Vancouver.  Going into these Olympic Games hopes were very high for a rematch against our dreaded neighbors from the north.  Make no mistake, the one and only goal was to play the Canadians for the gold medal and win.

 As the games started, our U.S. team looked invincible.  In their first game they crushed Slovakia 7-1.  Next they beat the Russian home team 3-2 in an 8 round shootout.  A game for the ages.  In the third game our guys beat Slovenia 5-2.  Up next were the dreaded Habs.  The Canadian NHL All Star Team.  In a very close game, the U.S. lost 1-0.  Another crushing defeat which eliminated them from the gold medal game.  The dream of gold was over.  Defeated by our arch rivals yet again.  Canada would now move on to play Sweden for the gold medal.  The U.S. team would move to the "losers" bracket to play Czechoslovakia for the bronze medal.  The gold was out of reach but a medal was still within their grasp.  The Americans had a chance to win back to back medals in Men's Hockey since 1956 and 1960.  Some 50 years ago.  The motivation to win this bronze medal game should have been there even if it was somewhat dulled a bit.

On Saturday, our team took the ice and got routed by Finland 5-0.  Throughout the game the U.S. had plenty of chance to hike up their britches and win one for the good old U.S. of A.  Instead, they folded up like a house of cards in a hurricane.  Patrick Kane hit the right crossbar on a penalty shot and then later missed on a breakaway shot.  Goalie Jonathan Quick who had been stellar during the games allowed 5 goals to the Fins on 21 shots.  Two of the goals were in the third period on power plays due to U.S. penalties.  It was obvious that the team was just not interested in the color bronze.  I must say that after watching this game it was painfully obvious that our players had folded up camp and were mentally heading home.  They were heading home to get ready for the NHL season to resume.  They were heading back to their NHL teams and their big salaries. 

So who is really to blame for this debacle on ice?  Is it the players?  Is it the U.S. Olympic Committee?  Or is it the coach, Dan Bylsma?  You would have to blame all of the above.  First off did our Men's Hockey guru's choice the right players?  I would say not since they packed it in after losing to Canada.  In my opinion a bronze medal is better than no medal.  Hell, you are representing your country.  You can't pack it in.  Maybe our people should have looked a little more toward character and a little less on talent.  As for the players, shame on all of you for quitting on your country.  No actual hockey fan expected this team to come out of Sochi with a gold medal.  The team was not good enough.  They did not have a top shelf scorer.  They had good players but no great players like Canada did.

U.S. Coach Dan Bylsma
As for U.S. Coach Dan Bylsma, he failed us even more.  It was his job to get the team past the loss to Canada.  It was his job to get the players ready to play for the bronze medal.  It was an epic FAIL on his part.  Simply put, Bylsma oversaw the worst 24 hours of U.S. Hockey history.  A loss to Canada and then an embarrassment to Finland.

 “I think the [Canada] game took a lot out of us,” said Zombie Bylsma in a low-key postgame press conference. “Took a lot out of us emotionally.”  

This comment speaks volumes to how he failed to get the team prepared for Finland.  At this point they had no chance to win.  They were defeated before they laced up their skates.  Bylsma is a players coach and these types of coaches rarely win titles.  What we need is a hard nosed take all kind of coach with nothing short of a killer instinct.  A coach like this will pick players with a win at all costs attitude.

So, what is the bottom line here?  It's time for our Olympic Committee to take a hard look at itself.  They need to clean house and put people in place that have winning attitudes.  It's time to have pride in giving everything you have for your country in whatever event you participate in.  Being off of the medal stand is simply not acceptable.  We have great athletes, the best training facilities and the best equipment.  It is now time to instill the best attitudes in our coaches and athletes for the 2018 games in South Korea. 

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Winter Olympics - Gold Medal Gripes

Yuzuru Hanyu
I am a dedicated fan of all our Olympians.  USA, USA, USA.  I chanted it when our men's ice hockey team beat Russia yesterday in 8 rounds of a shootout.  What a great game!  I have watched these Winter Games every night of the week since they started.  I have watched everything from the biathlon to curling.  However, I have a few Gripes that I need to lay down concerning these games.

1.  Figure Skating:  Frankly, I just don't get it.  I don't understand how the judges score it.  The other night in the men's free skate, Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu fell not once, but twice and won the gold medal.      I always thought if you fell it was pretty much over especially if another skater performs perfectly.  I know he broke a record for most points in the short program, but c'mon, he hit the ice twice.  Was everyone else that bad?  I didn't think so.  Speaking of points, how the hack are they tallied up?  I know a quad jump is worth more than a triple.  Hanyu fell on a quad jump but got points for the attempt.  WHAT!  Points for simply an attempt.  Hell I would attempt nothing but quad jumps and pray that I landed one or two.  In my opinion perfection trumps a simple attempt.  I always said figure skating was fixed and now I am sure of it.  The 3 or 4 favorites are the only ones that have a chance.

The Agony of Defeat
2.  Ski Jumping:  Since when did they add style points to ski jumping?  It used to be nothing but raw distance and landing upright.  Now they have style points and plus or minus wind points.  ARE YOU FREAKIN' KIDDING ME!  Like figure skating, style points are nebulous and up for interpretation.  A jumper could go further but end up not winning.  It doesn't make any sense?  Also, have you ever looked at the jumping ramp?  There is no actual snow on it.  It is white plywood with ski grooves and rails.  It is virtually impossible to fall like Slovenia's Vinko Bogataj did in 1970.  Remember ABC's Wide World of Sports intro with the Agony of Defeat.  Yep, that was Vinko.  I believe he suffered a concussion.  Today, their ski's cannot go awry because they are in pre-made grooves with rails along side of both sides.  What fun is that?

Plushenko Folds Up
3. Finally for today, let me say that NBC's coverage is poor at best.  Every night in prime time all we get is figure skating, speed skating and skiing.  They may throw in another event for 10 minutes of the 3 hour broadcast.  By the way, what's up with Bob Costas and that eye infection.  I think he was all bombed up at a local Sochi bar and got worked over.  Speaking of getting worked over, someone needs to put a muzzle on Tom Hammonds.  The other night I thought he was going to go down to the ice and kiss the Russian mens skater Evengi Plushenko.  Plushenko hurt his back and bailed out on his long program.  C'mon man, it's the Olympics and you are the favorite to win gold.  You have to suck it up and get out there.  U.S. skater Jeremy Abbott fell the night before the long skate and injured his hip.  He still came out with a gutsy performance the next day.  USA, USA.  My guess is we will never hear from Plushenko again because Putin will send him to the salt mines of Minsk.

There you have it.  My Gripes on the Olympics for week one.     

Saturday, February 8, 2014

America Is Beautiful

Last Monday there was plenty of talk around town about the Super Bowl.  Just about everyone thought it was a total bust from the game to the half time show to the commercials.  Most of these conversations ended with, "Hey, what did you think of that Coke commercial"?  Many, after careful consideration said that they were offended by it and shame on Coke for doing it.  In case you missed it, Coke had several young bi-lingual American women sing America The Beautiful in another language.  In a spot called It's Beautiful, this patriotic tune was sung in English, Spanish, Tagalog, Mandarin, Hindi, Hebrew, Keres, Senegalese-French and Arabic.  This set the country on its ear which solicited many opinions on Facebook and Twitter.  Even the mainstream media got involved as did our politicians.  For days, this was a hot topic all over the country. 


So why all the hub bub?  Well, in the eyes of many Americans, the song America The Beautiful is sacred and should only be sung in English.  In my mind there are only two other patriotic songs more sacred, God Bless America and The National Anthem.  Should they be sung in English only?  Sure, but I get what Coke was doing here.  America has always been a melting pot of all ethnic backgrounds.  People from all over the word aspire to come to America.  Two of the girls that had parts responded to all of this by saying,      


"The message that we're sending through this video is so beautiful, that we are all the same," said Sushmitha, who sings in Hindi, in a YouTube video posted by Coca-Cola. "We just have different backgrounds and that's OK."

Everybody, they want to come into America to be free and make friends and just be happy," said Natalie, who sang in Hebrew,
 
I have to admit, I have no problem with this at all.  I thought the commercial was tastefully done and sent the message that we are all Americans.  Even with all our shortcomings, we all love our country and would defend it with our lives.  It doesn't matter what language we sing it in, America id beautiful and no one can take it away from us.  Heck, the seal of The United States of America is printed with a foreign language on it....E Pluribus Unum.  Which by the way is Latin for "Out of many, one".  I bet all of those haters out there forgot about this little tid-bit.  To sum this all up, grow up people and smell your stench emanating from your own filthy spewing pie hole.  It will turn your own stomach so "SHUT THE HELL UP"!  I say you go Coke. You have everybody talking about your product and that is marketing genius.    

Friday, February 7, 2014

Super Bowel

It has taken me about a week to digest last Sunday's Super Bowl between the Seahawks and the Broncos.  After careful consideration I can say that this is one if not the worst Super Bowl that I have ever seen.  The game was a blow out, the commercials sucked, Fox's coverage stunk, Joe Buck and Troy Aikman blew as usual and Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers are not my favorites.  Over all, it was a bust.  It was the Super Bowel of sports.  By half time we had put all of the food away and were dozing off in our seats.  It was an absolute bore-fest.

As for the game, a safety on the first play really got the Broncos off to a Rocky Mountain start.  I wonder what the odds were and the payout for a safety on the first play.  I may bet $10 on that every year.  During the game, Peyton Manning looked more confused than the Wilkes-Barre cops at a murder scene.  Seattle's defense looked like they knew what plays he was calling.  Wait a minute, they did know because they figured out his hand signals.  The Hawks D was on the Bronco's players like stink on a monkey.  They didn't have a chance.  After the first quarter, the 100 million people who watched this mess knew it was over.  All they had to look forward to was the commercials.

Speaking of commercials, they flat out stunk!  Very few were funny except for the dogs with the big heads.  That one brought out a slight chuckle from my already turning stomach.  The coup de gras was the Coke commercials that had women singing American The Beautiful in several different languages.  I can tell you that this had people bitching around the old water cooler on Monday morning.  As for myself, I will give my opinion here on the R2G over the weekend.

Finally, lets talk about Fox's coverage of the Super Bowel.  IT BLEW MONKEY ASS!  How many times did they show that moron Pete Carroll prowling the sidelines?  I'll tell you, at least 58 times.  Yes, you read that right.  At one point during the game I thought Buck and Aikman were going to bolt down to the sideline and smother Carroll with kisses.  As usual, these two ASS CLOWNS made total idiots out of themselves.  Why would it be any different than any other Sunday game.

Overall, this Super Bowel was a bust.  Let's see if 100 million chumps watch the game next year.  My guess the ratings will be down.  As for me, if my team is not in it I will be thinking long and hard about watching this yearly fiasco.   

Sunday, February 2, 2014

The Top 15 Worst Stadium Foods

In celebration of the 2014 Super Bowl, I have searched and searched for the Top 15 worst stadium foods.  This stuff may look good and taste good, but they are certainly not good for you.  Here they are.

The Boomstick
15.  The Boomstick:  Everything is bigger in Texas and this dog is actually the length of a baseball bat.  It is the largest hot dog served in all of sports.  Along with its size, you can have it loaded with toppings.  It is a day's worth of calories in one shot.  I know I'm hungry!



Pastrachos
14.  The Long Bomb:  This cardiac arrest can be found at the home of the Oakland Raiders.  This 20 inch bratwurst is piled high with onion-bacon job and a mustard and mayo sauce.  In case you don't know what a "job" is, it's a jelly.  There is no picture available that can be shown on the Internet.  I just had a heart attack!

13.  Pastrachos:  Citi Field is the site of the Pastrachos.  This gut buster includes a plate of nachos smothered in Russian dressing, pastrami and Swiss cheese.  It is so disgusting because of the over abundance of Russian dressing.  Before games, the stadium maintenance staff has to go around to make sure all of the toilets are at max flush capacity.

The Fifth 3rd Burger
12.  The Fifth 3rd Burger:  In order to draw fans to their minor league games, The West Michigan Whitecaps came us with the Fifth 3rd Burger.  This 4 pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, 5 slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce.  It has 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and a whopping 10,000 milligrams of sodium.  HOLY CRAP!


The Moby Dick
11. The Moby Dick:  Just the name strikes terror in the hearts of sports fans.  This sandwich which is sold at Classic Park can feed up to four people.  A few have tried to take the monster on by themselves with bad results.  This 15 inch sandwich is made with fried whitefish, tarter sauce, cole slaw and a pound of french fries.  It also contains over 2,000 calories and 200 grams of fat.  There she blows! 

Deep Fried Butter
10.  Fried Butter:  You read that right, deep batter fried butter.  This artery clogging favorite is served at The Cotton Bowl.  You can find plenty of deep fried foods here, but this one is the most disgusting.  My stomach is in knots thinking about this squishy delight..


9.  Cali-Dog South:  This colon cleaner is sold at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California.  The Cali-Dog South is a skinless hot dog deep fried in a flour tortilla shell.  I am not really sure about this one.  My stomach is turning slightly.

The Island Dog
8.  Island Dog:  The hot dog is the all American ball park food.  However, The Island Dog at Kaufman Stadium in Kansas City is something you may want to pass on.  This tube steak is loaded with pineapple, Mandarin oranges and Hawaiian slaw.  These toppings on a hot dog just do not tickle the taste buds.  I want a dog to be covered in all kinds of things that are bad for me.  What kind of beer would you drink with this mess.

The StrasBurger
7.  The StrasBurger.  You guessed it right, this mountain of gut wrenching delight is names after Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg.  This burger is topped with all of the regular goodies, so why is it bad for you?  It's 8 pounds of beef, that's why!  It measures out to 10,000 calories and 700 grams of fat.  Did I mention that it comes with a free pitcher of beer.  No wonder they have Strasburg on a season pitch count.

The Beast
6.  The Beast.  Miller Park in Milwaukee is the home of this sodium soaked tube steak.  The Beast is a hot dog stuffed inside a brat, wrapped in bacon and covered in sauerkraut.  This is a favorite of the entire pork industry.  This tongue curling vehicle of sodium overload can dry up the Pacific Ocean.  It's 1,121 calories is perfect for a midday snack....all week.  No, it does not come with a free pitcher of beer.  However, it should.

The Brunch Burger
5. Brunch Burger:  This burger which can be found at PNC Field, is packed with beef, bacon, fried egg and cheddar cheese.  Not bad you say.  This sounds like a regular burger.  The kicker is all of this goodness is wedged between a glazed doughnut.  This is the perfect starter for that 12 or 1 pm game.  I'm sure it may not sit well after tailgating and drinking a boat load of beer in the parking lot.  I just threw up in my mouth.

Pulled Pork Parfait
4. Pulled Pork Parfait:  The fine people at Miller Park were not satisfied with The Beast.  They are all about testing the limits of food and boy did they do that here.  The Pulled Pork Parfait is jammed packed with pulled pork, mashed potatoes and plenty of gravy.  This is all smashed together and put in a parfait cup to resemble ice cream.  This is another favorite of the pork industry.  OMG!  I now have gas pains!

The Original Doughnut Burger
3.  The Original Doughnut Burger:  GSC Ballpark, the home of the Illinois Gateway Grizzlies is also the home of the Original Doughnut Burger.  This monster is loaded with two huge slabs of ground beef, cheese and bacon, all sandwiched between 3 full Krispy Kreme glazed doughnuts.  The calorie count is so high they had to bring Mr. Spock in to calculate the number.  It went off the charts.  Spock had a melt down and had to be transported back to Vulcan.  How do you get your mouth around this?

Apple Pie Bacon Shake
2.  Apple Pie Bacon Shake:  This simple disaster is the product of the food services group at First Energy Stadium in Cleveland.  Its an Apple Pie ice cream shake riddled with bacon.  Yep, that's it.  The only problem that I have is this combination is not natural.  Apple pie with bacon.  This would be against all of the laws of nature.  No wonder the Cleveland teams always suck so bad especially if they give this to the players.

Rocky Mountain Oysters
1.  Rocky Mountain Oysters:  Finally, the number 1 worst food served at ball parks and stadiums all over the USA.  It's nothing complicated, just a plate of deep fried bull testicles.  This gastric delight is served at none other that Coors Field in Colorado.  It is served with a white sauce which really gives me the willies.  I don't know what the calorie count is, the fat count or the sodium count.  Guess what, I don't care! 

There you have it, in celebration of all of the food that will be eaten by the throngs of Super Bowl watchers.  I would guess none of you will be serving up these delights.        
          
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
Minor League baseball teams come up with strange food concoctions in order to lure in visitors and get publicity for the team. The West Michigan Whitecaps just so happened to create the Fifth Third Burger, which is certainly a sandwich not meant to be eaten by the weak. The four-pound burger is loaded with chili, Fritos, nacho cheese, five slices of American cheese, tomatoes, salsa, sour cream and lettuce. It measures out to 4,800 calories, 300 grams of fat and 10,000 milligrams of sodium.
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The Long Bomb can be purchased at the Oakland Coliseum. The 20-inch bratwurst is topped with onion-bacon job and a mustard-mayonnaise sauce. Yes, onion-bacon jam.
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The Long Bomb can be purchased at the Oakland Coliseum. The 20-inch bratwurst is topped with onion-bacon job and a mustard-mayonnaise sauce. Yes, onion-bacon jam.
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As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat.
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The Boomstick is found at Rangers Ballpark in Texas. As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat. I’m sure the dog loaded with toppings is good, so why is it so disgusting? It’s got about “a day’s worth of calories” in it, according to food manager Shawn Mattox.
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The Boomstick is found at Rangers Ballpark in Texas. As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat. I’m sure the dog loaded with toppings is good, so why is it so disgusting? It’s got about “a day’s worth of calories” in it, according to food manager Shawn Mattox.
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The Boomstick is found at Rangers Ballpark in Texas. As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat. I’m sure the dog loaded with toppings is good, so why is it so disgusting? It’s got about “a day’s worth of calories” in it, according to food manager Shawn Mattox.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
The Boomstick is found at Rangers Ballpark in Texas. As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat. I’m sure the dog loaded with toppings is good, so why is it so disgusting? It’s got about “a day’s worth of calories” in it, according to food manager Shawn Mattox.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
The Boomstick is found at Rangers Ballpark in Texas. As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat. I’m sure the dog loaded with toppings is good, so why is it so disgusting? It’s got about “a day’s worth of calories” in it, according to food manager Shawn Mattox.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
The Boomstick is found at Rangers Ballpark in Texas. As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat. I’m sure the dog loaded with toppings is good, so why is it so disgusting? It’s got about “a day’s worth of calories” in it, according to food manager Shawn Mattox.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
The Boomstick is found at Rangers Ballpark in Texas. As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat. I’m sure the dog loaded with toppings is good, so why is it so disgusting? It’s got about “a day’s worth of calories” in it, according to food manager Shawn Mattox.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
The Boomstick is found at Rangers Ballpark in Texas. As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat. I’m sure the dog loaded with toppings is good, so why is it so disgusting? It’s got about “a day’s worth of calories” in it, according to food manager Shawn Mattox.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
The Boomstick is found at Rangers Ballpark in Texas. As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat. I’m sure the dog loaded with toppings is good, so why is it so disgusting? It’s got about “a day’s worth of calories” in it, according to food manager Shawn Mattox.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99
The Boomstick is found at Rangers Ballpark in Texas. As everyone knows by now, everything is bigger in Texas. For that reason, it only made sense that the Boomstick would be the biggest hot dog in baseball, as it measures out to the length of a baseball bat. I’m sure the dog loaded with toppings is good, so why is it so disgusting? It’s got about “a day’s worth of calories” in it, according to food manager Shawn Mattox.
Read more at http://www.rantsports.com/clubhouse/2013/12/01/the-15-most-disgusting-sports-stadium-foods-ever-concocted/?IMaLKKGRguGxD8uA.99