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Insufferable -- Vanity Fair 1/18/12

Sandwich Monday: The Thanksgiving Hot Durkey

npr.org — Olson is a marketing company that promises its clients it will "revolutionize engagement" with its customers. In the case of client Oscar Meyer, this meant sending us eight packs of hot dogs, a loaf of bread, toothpicks, twine and instructions on how to make "the Hot Durkey," in the hope that it would go "viral," which is not the usual meaning of the word "viral" when applied to hot dogs.

Sandwich Monday: The Thanksgiving Hot Durkey

wvpublic.org — Olson is a marketing company that promises its clients it will "revolutionize engagement" with its customers. In the case of client Oscar Meyer, this meant sending us eight packs of hot dogs, a loaf of bread, toothpicks, twine and instructions on how to make "the Hot Durkey," in the hope that it would go "viral," which is not the usual meaning of the word "viral" when applied to hot dogs.

Sandwich Monday: The Thanksgiving Hot Durkey

wabe.org — Olson is a marketing company that promises its clients it will "revolutionize engagement" with its customers. In the case of client Oscar Meyer, this meant sending us eight packs of hot dogs, a loaf of bread, toothpicks, twine and instructions on how to make "the Hot Durkey," in the hope that it would go "viral," which is not the usual meaning of the word "viral" when applied to hot dogs.

Sandwich Monday: The Thanksgiving Hot Durkey

kuow.org — Olson is a marketing company that promises its clients it will "revolutionize engagement" with its customers. In the case of client Oscar Meyer, this meant sending us eight packs of hot dogs, a loaf of bread, toothpicks, twine and instructions on how to make "the Hot Durkey," in the hope that it would go "viral," which is not the usual meaning of the word "viral" when applied to hot dogs.

Sandwich Monday: The Thanksgiving Hot Durkey

wnyc.org — Olson is a marketing company that promises its clients it will "revolutionize engagement" with its customers. In the case of client Oscar Meyer, this meant sending us eight packs of hot dogs, a loaf of bread, toothpicks, twine and instructions on how to make "the Hot Durkey," in the hope that it would go "viral," which is not the usual meaning of the word "viral" when applied to hot dogs.

Sandwich Monday: The Thanksgiving Hot Durkey

kcur.org — Olson is a marketing company that promises its clients it will "revolutionize engagement" with its customers. In the case of client Oscar Meyer, this meant sending us eight packs of hot dogs, a loaf of bread, toothpicks, twine and instructions on how to make "the Hot Durkey," in the hope that it would go "viral," which is not the usual meaning of the word "viral" when applied to hot dogs.

Steve Ramm "Steve Ramm "Anything Phonographic""'s review of The Best of Wait Wait . . . Don't Tell Me!...

amazon.com — I've always enjoyed the "Wait Wait Don't Tell Me" show on NPR when I remember to catch it on Saturday afternoons on my local NPR station. But I often forget I was able to "catch up", so to speak, a few years ago by listening to the two-CD collections from the WWDTM archives that were released by Highbridge Audio.

Tom Magliozzi of 'Car Talk' Remembered by Peter Sagal

time.com — I met Tom Magliozzi along with his brother Ray for the first time at a public radio convention in Orlando, Fla. in 2000, when they had been convinced to leave their comfortable homes in Their Fair City ("Cambridge, Mah") with the promise of a pool to sit next to and the obligation to do nothing.

Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me!

npr.org — Ed. Note: In lieu of our typical Sandwich Monday, Peter posts his New Orleans Food Diary. Why could we not do Sandwich Monday AND a Food Diary? Because Peter is still too full to eat.] My family and I just returned from four days in New Orleans, and like most tourists to that fair Southern city, we ate like gypsy moths in a hardwood forest.

Sandwich Monday: The pizza cake

scpr.org — I generally don't like cake, because it is too sweet, too bland in texture, and doesn't have enough pork products. So I was excited to see this recipe pop up on Buzzfeed. I happened to have the main ingredients at hand - dough, sauce, pepperoni, cheese and existential despair, so I set to work.
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Nov 24, 2014

RT @chicazul: If @JoCoCruiseCrazy doesn't work with your kids, check out @macandcruise: same organisers, similar performers, but for families!

Nov 24, 2014

RT @htde: Our new episode is up! Let's all ignore the fact it's late!

Nov 24, 2014

RT @waitwait: We may be airing a best-of episode this week, but that doesn’t mean we’re not working. Stay tuned for a Thanksgiving-themed #SandwichMonday.

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