You know, this is EXACTLY what this country needed. Oscar Mayer has just introduced a new line of hot dogs that are STUFFED WITH BACON. That's in addition to whatever else hot dogs are normally stuffed with . . . chicken, pork, turkey, squirrel?
These Bacon Dogs are now on sale all over the country. Each one is 130 calories and has 11 grams of fat.
These days, pretty much everybody could use some extra work. And some of us would settle for ANY work at all. If you're looking, Monster.com has a list of weird side jobs that anyone can do. And sometimes they pay pretty good money.
1. Golf Course Bird Remover. Golf courses actually pay people to keep geese off the greens, for reasons that SHOULD be obvious. You can make good money working for a goose control company, or setting up your own.
2. Jewelry maker. This takes some creativity. But lots of people make jewelry in their spare time and sell it for huge profits. You don't need gemstones if you have something unique. These days, people are wearing real bugs as jewelry.
3. Virtual real estate speculator. You can play video games and sell virtual properties to hardcore players, for real-world money. Some people make a LIVING selling things they found or created, in games like Second Life and World of Warcraft.
4. Pet Chauffeur. Pet owners are now paying people to take their dogs to the vet or to obedience school or whatever. Having a vehicle and a driver's license are the only requirements. You can provide pet carriers if you want to go the extra mile.
1. The punk band Fear . . . for trashing the "SNL" set back in 1981.
2. Steven Seagal . . . for being a bad host, and being a jerk to the cast and crew. He hosted back in 1991. The next year, Lorne Michaels supposedly told Nicolas Cage that Steven was "the biggest jerk who's ever been on the show."
3. Adrien Brody . . . for a horrible, 45-second, ad-libbed introduction to musical guest Sean Paul in 2003.
4. Elvis Costello . . . for playing his politically-charged song "Radio, Radio" in 1977, even though he was explicitly told to play his single "Less Than Zero". His ban was lifted in 1989, and he's performed several times since.
5. Frank Zappa . . . for doing a terrible job of hosting the show in 1978.
6. Martin Lawrence . . . for being extremely filthy in his monologue in 1994. He dissed the censors, and launched into a commentary about feminine hygiene.
7. Cypress Hill . . . for lighting a joint onstage, and trashing the stage and their instruments during a performance in 1993.
8. The Replacements . . . for a bad, drunken performance in 1986. They missed whole verses, repeated lyrics, stumbled into each other, messed up guitar lines, and screamed obscenities at the audience.
9. Sinead O'Connor . . . for ripping up a picture of the Pope, looking into the camera, and saying, quote, "Fight the real enemy."
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