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Hot dogs are good for the environment

July 21, 2006

Environmentalists should take time out to recognize hot dogs as a valuable, energy-conserving resource. Just like the homeless community should be recognized for their recycling efforts, hot dogs should be noted for their ability to make a tasty treat out of otherwise useless, non-palatable meat sources. Carrying out the noble tradition of the Lenni Lenape Indians, hot dogs don’t let a single animal part go to waste. They may be as important a contributor to the food cycle as Chlorophyll and Plankton.

You can make a hot dog out of anything, and it’ll taste good. Hot dogs are often made out of the foulest and lowest quality grades of meat, so any conversion of these materials would have to be an improvement.  There is never a shortage of leftover animal lips and rectums, so this renewable meat source is incredibly environmentally friendly.

Have a hot dog on Earth Day next year, and take pride in the fact that you are carrying out the circle of life in a responsible and efficient manner to ensure that Mother Earth will be around for years to come.


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