Friday, September 12, 2008

The 99 Cent Chef Goes To Jail - Video


The 99 Cent Chef uses Site Meter to track his visitors (the service is free, in keeping with the Chef's self-imposed budget constraints.) The Chef often wonders who his visitors are: they range from folks in Louisiana checking out the Chef's Muffaletta sandwich recipe to visitors from Germany Googling American soft-porn maestro Russ Meyer and ending up with a Russ Meyer Lemon Chicken recipe (the Chef does provide a movie trailer video clip of "Faster Pussycat, Kill Kill," director Russ Meyer's masterwork.) Site Meter does not divulge names or email addresses -- just city and country of origin; time and length of visit; and how many blog pages were perused. Sometimes a business or government name is shown.

Why would The Pentagon in Alexandra, Virginia go through 8 blog pages? Is an Oxford University student from the U.K. preparing to debate the economic merits of 99 cent cuisine, after 45 minutes on the Chef's blog? Is Disney Studios in Glendale, California, on its fourth visit of the day, laying the groundwork for a 99 Cent Chef cartoon character?
Hmmm, who is watching right now?

In this new video series, The 99 Cent Chef imagines who these curious visitors are. First up is a video on a visitant from the L.A. County Womens Jail. Is the Chef the fancy of an incarcerated man-killer; or perhaps his blog is force fed to prisoners as an interrogation tool to make them snitch? Well, you will have to watch the video to find out what
the Chef and his 99 Cent Players come up with!

The 99 Cent Chef Goes To Jail - Video
Play it here. The video runs 1 minutes 22 seconds.

99 thanks to 99 Cent Players Jay and Diana. Be sure to visit Diana's fine art and clever comic blog stylings here.
 

Go here to embed or view video at youtube.

7 comments:

charlotte fairchild said...

Did you know that most of the US has kudzu, and Canada is studying how to get rid of kudzu because they are worried that global warming will encourage it to grow in Canada.

It is related to snow peas and soybeans. Kudzu is sweet and has been studied recently by Harvard. They are 2000 years behind China.

http://www.kudzus.blogspot.com
Kudzu is free, fresh, green, nutritious, sweet, and alkaline. The veins can be used as dental floss, so it has to be like shrimp. De-veined.

Charlotte

charlotte fairchild said...

I have a crock pot cake recipe on my site.

Billy Vasquez said...

Thanks for the kudzu heads-up Charlotte. You read it here first, cutting edge cuisine on The 99 Cent Chef's blog!

charlotte fairchild said...

Do you have kudzu in your state?

Billy Vasquez said...

Not in Los Angeles, too dry? - if anyone out there knows, tell me where in California.

charlotte fairchild said...

http://ceres.ca.gov/foreststeward/html/capeivy.html
This is a good beginning to finding kudzu in California. It is in most states in the US.

fogsurfer said...

Hi, if you're wondering. I am from france in a little Paris suburb called Poissy. I stumbeled on your blog while I was looking for a recipe for a doughnut, and found your Krispy Kreme's. I must say they came out fine, and wanted to see what other fine nugets you have on your blog. Now I am looking for deep dish pizza, or World Wrapps sandwich if you can whip out these for 99 cents, I'll take my hat off for you! So long and thanks for your blog.

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