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tony hipchest
07-26-2006, 06:18 PM
VIVA LA MEHICO!

is this all in fun in the name of sausage competition, or the product of a vast left wing conspiracy to get all americans to speak spanish? hmmmm...

Petesburgh66
07-28-2006, 09:12 PM
Where is Randall Simon when you need him. lol

83-Steelers-43
07-28-2006, 09:23 PM
VIVA LA MEHICO!

is this all in fun in the name of sausage competition, or the product of a vast left wing conspiracy to get all americans to speak spanish? hmmmm...

Well, the majority of this society already does. We pretty much don't have a choice these days and according to some "groups", we have to in order to please the spanish speaking individuals in America who don't bother learning the English language.

As for chorizo sold at baseball games, I think I will pass and stick to a hotdog and a cold beer when the Pirates prove to me that they want to win baseball games......

tony hipchest
07-28-2006, 09:34 PM
since chorizo is pretty much cow brains i would want no part of it at a ballpark but is excellent with eggs (and in burritos). i am interested if mr. chorizo wins the race.

speaking of cow brains for breakfast, anyone had kishka (sp?) only place ive ever seen it or eaten it is in pittsburgh. it is a polish brekfast sausage type of deal i think. kinda good in a gross way. its black in color.

3 to be 4
07-28-2006, 11:30 PM
anybody have the Randall Simon video? that was the funniest thing id seen in years. and then all the "horror" over it, like he was Osama or something.

tony hipchest
07-28-2006, 11:42 PM
anybody have the Randall Simon video? that was the funniest thing id seen in years. and then all the "horror" over it, like he was Osama or something.

no joke here. our computer froze and caught a virus downloading that video when it first happened. and it was off a legitimate site.

hilarious? yes. but i wont try to download it again.

even though that was one of the best pirates highlights in years.

tony hipchest
08-02-2006, 05:59 PM
sad news people. the chorizo has been grounded.

el chorizo will not be allowed to race for the rest of the season because bud selig and the mlb says he is not a properly "registered" mascot.

after the promise that the pirates "will", and then the all star game in the burgh, el chorizo had become my highlight of the baseball season and sole purpose for paying attention.

thank God the 1st preseason game and hall of fame ceremonies is this weekend! :dancing:

tony hipchest
04-06-2007, 03:58 PM
:dancing:


andale, andale, ariba, ariba! viva el chorizo!

i was beginning to think it was rachel esay!

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/writers/gennaro_filice/04/05/fiveup.fivedown/index.html

4. Chorizo's return!: Sure, Ben Sheets' complete-game two-hitter was nice, but Opening Day marked the return to prominence of a much more integral piece to the Brewers franchise: Chorizo! You see, Chorizo burst on the seen last July during Klement's Sausage Race on Cerveceros Day. Although he finished second, Chorizo was immediately met with unbridled enthusiasm, as evidenced by this video. The MLB has strict rules about introducing new mascots, though, so after one race, Chorizo was cooked, creating quite the uproar in Milwaukee. In the offseason, Brew Crew officials fought the man and earned Chorizo a starting spot for all 81 regular-season home games. Although the spicey sausage finished third on Opening Day, his presence alone lifted spirits throughout Wisconsin.

http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q23/shortyshane_2006/t1_chorizo.jpg