January 24th, 2007


The Quest For Infamy

Business 2.0's 101 Dumbest Moments in Business 2006

Okay, the web article is actually called 101 Dumbest Moments in Business: The year's biggest boors, buffoons, and blunderers By Adam Horowitz, David Jacobson, Tom McNichol, and Owen Thomas. And there's quite a number of juicy bits to read (albeit one _ page _ at _ a _ time _ which _ is _ so _ slow _), but I had to stop and post here in my quest to make fun of the American inability to think rationally when it comes to fast food portions. So I give you...

The Quadruple Bypass Burger

No, that's really its name!

33. Heart Attack Grill
Goes great with a small Diet Coke...

The Heart Attack Grill in Tempe, Ariz., introduces the Quadruple Bypass Burger, featuring 2 pounds of beef, four layers of cheese, 12 slices of bacon, and 8,000 calories.

As a side dish: Flatliner Fries, cooked in lard. A Triple Bypass is also available.

You know it'll make it on my Wall of Shame just on the twelve (12!!!) slices of bacon alone. Just what is it about bacon?

Dr. Phil
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