It seems that S.O.S.!A. has struck a nerve with our searing indictment of corruption in the sandwich industry. Sandwich shop owner Antonio Bologna denies that he and his colleagues are in the pocket of Big Baloney, but his suspiciously forecful denial proves that all of our worst fears about governmental lunch fund mismanagement are true, beyond a shadow of a doubt.
As we all know from long experience with crooked food producers, the stronger the denial of an accusation, the more likely it is to be true. Who can forget the phrase, "Pop Rocks and Coke do not make your stomach explode"? Well, just try to tell that to the bereaved parents of the kid who played "Mikey" on that cereal commercial.
Methinks the sandwich maker doth protest too much. Quite simply, Mr. Bologna is full of baloney.
Save Our Sandwiches! Alameda
Thursday, January 29, 2009