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August 30, 2007


Without him, we would not have nuggets.


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Ladies and Gentlemen, it's Dick and the Nugget Makers!!!

Now chicken nuggets and mayo do go together, so I'm told, but add the contents of a cow's stomach and the yech factor increases exponentially.

"Eat more chikkin"

He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, serving on the USS Mayo and USS Tate as a fire controlman 1st class.

Cue Twilight Zone theme.

I thought those tasted like Dick's nuggets!

I can only imagine what he's now doing in the afterlunch.

Another Sandusky Legend gone to the Great-nuggetmaker-in-the-sky.

He's under the big Golden Arches in the sky.

...where he'll lie happymeal ever after.

"Without him, we would not have nuggets."

nuggets are people!

Are they going to be renamed Chicken DickNuggets?

so I know this guy named Harry Woodcock. He's a college professor and gets a few giggles at the beginning of every new semester.

Note: Scroll 3/4 down the link for proof.

Ashes to ashes,
Parts is parts.

Without this man, my daughter might not have a job (she works at McDonald's).

One of my Chem. professors was named Richard Johnson, usually called Dick (not by students).

"Viewing will take place in six-piece, 12-piece, and convenient 24-piece family-sized 'Weekender' packs with your choice of two sides and a 32-ounce jumbo beverage!"

Sorry...I'm sure he was a wonderful man.
Requiescat in Pace.

***Snork @ Fred!!!***

I'll take the 24-pack. And make that a Pepsi™.

(Hee hee! Fred said "scat!")

Actually, he just invented a machine to make nuggets. The nuggets themselves were invented by Robert C. Baker.


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