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Hatfield locks and loads giant hot-dog gun

If Hatfield Quality Meats and Philadelphia agency Red Tettemer have anything to do with it, we will have nuclear-powered hot-dog launchers available for between-inning use at baseball games in the near future. It's unclear how the nascent Obama administration will feel about Hatfield's "safe" nuclear program, but the U.S. government has passively condoned Hatfield and Red Tettemer's other encased-meats-based products, like this sausage foosball table. Hot-dog munitions have been blamed for escalating meat-on-meat violence in the Philadelphia area. We will keep you posted on developments in this fast moving hot-dog, er, story.

—Posted by Jeremy Greenfield

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