After these Pirates of the Kneecappers were allowed to leave town after Thursday's game, the mild-mannered Milwaukeegians could rest easier knowing their helpless wienies
would be safe.
Wienerschnitzel's first antenna wienie
made its debut more than ten years ago and since then, four different versions have been introduced, the last one in 2009.
Alluding to competitors that may choose not to follow Wienerschnitzel's lead in grilling its hot dogs, the 30-second TV spots conclude with the line, "You Don't Bring a Microwaved Wienie
to a Chili Dog Fight.
My wife attended the discussion on direct action mentioned in Dietz's article, where they discussed, among other things, the effectiveness of holding wienie
roasts for politicians and a campaign to attach children's artwork to doomed trees.
Who will come if he can't fly a kite, ride a bike or horse, have a wienie
roast, pick up a piece of driftwood or walk his dog?
The victims, ahem, authors, interviewed are Lisa Yee (LY), author of Warp Speed, in which the epic question of which is superior, Star Wars or Star Trek is asked; Don Calame (DC) whose debut YA novel Swim the Fly, enticed reluctant male readers, as well as avid female readers, with the story of the summer three fifteen-year-old swimmers set a seemingly impossible challenge for themselves; David Lubar (DL), king of one-liners and the hilarious Wienies
series of off-the-wall creepily humorous short stories; and Libba Bray (LB) whose Printz award-winning novel, Going Bovine, proves that funny can be literary.
The spaghetti is quite tasty, along with the Salisbury steak and the sliced wienies
For campground cuisine several notches above blackened wienies
and a can of beans, backpackers and RVers can turn to this 26-ounce unit from Boulder's Backpacker's Pantry, a division of American Outdoor Products Inc.
And a suggestion for wiener roasts in June 1940: "Invitations cut out of construction paper in the form of mustard pots or wienies
or some other appropriate symbol are cute and easy to make and are worthy items to be kept in scrap books.
On the other hand, beans and wienies
aren't exactly a cheery prospect, either.