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The mysterons - hot dog, pop 'n' clown

In Madness Inundation, the hot dog vendor runs a shop in the Auditor's building. He was selling hot dogs to an agent and . engineer when suddenly Jesus bursts and kills his two customers, sparing the hot dog vendor. His fate remains unknown following the destruction of the Auditor's building by the normality restoration .

De volledige lijst wordt vanaf vandaag uitgezonden op Pinguin Radio . Inschakelen dus! En waar veel Nederlanders dit jaar weer afsluiten met ‘anywhere the wind goes’ (en de gong), zullen wij dat doen met ‘we hope that you choke’.

Sports cartoonist T. A. "Tad" Dorgan, who caricatured German figures as dachshunds in the early 1900s, generally earns credit for popularizing the term hot dog because he could not spell dachshund. His talking sausage cartoons denigrated the cheap wieners sold at Coney Island, crassly suggesting they contained dog meat. It was such bad publicity that in 1913, the Chamber of Commerce actually banned the use of "hog dog" from signs on Coney Island, though the term had earned entry into the Oxford English Dictionary in 1900.