Late Night FDL: Food Science Heats Up

 

I wonder if O’Reilly and his foodie friend would be as brave as this young lad:

Or if they’d be willing to sample an entrepreneurial delight such as this:

Yum!

50 Responses to "Late Night FDL: Food Science Heats Up"
DrDick | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:07 pm 1

Lisa!

It is just food product – that will stop a charging grizzly bear in its tracks. I think they need to increase the amount of pepper spray in their diets.


Prairie Sunshine | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:14 pm 2

Or as Big Eddie noted, Agent Orange…just a food product….

When either of the Foxtwits take one blast in the face for the Ailes team, they’ll have the cred to open their yaps on anything.


Elliott | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:15 pm 3

LOL

someone updated her wiki

In commenting on recent incidents involving police brutality directed at protestors, Kelly claimed (on a Fox News broadcast) that pepper spray is “essentially a food product”. [16] This commentary has caused somewhat of an uproar among launching an internet meme (#MegynKellyEssentially and #FakeMegynKelly) [17] [18], as well as prompting a petition to get her to drink the “food product” pepper spray on air. [19]


Elliott | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:18 pm 4

also

Jessica Beagley, Alaska Woman, Convicted Of Child Abuse After Squirting Hot Sauce Into Adopted Son’s Mouth


EvilDrPuma | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:23 pm 5

Oh, what a shame…they threw Pike under the bus

“I explicitly directed the chief of police that violence should be avoided at all costs,” she said. “It was the absolute last thing I ever wanted to happen.”

She stressed that students have a right to demonstrate peacefully.

“Because encampments have long been prohibited by UC policy, I directed police only to take down the tents,” she said. “My instructions were for no arrests and no police force.”


oldgold | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:27 pm 6

Is mustard gas a condiment?


geraldo | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:28 pm 7

Heh. I grow Jalapenos in my garden in the summer and they are awesome. One time the place I get my seedlings didn’t have Jalapenos so I got Cayennes instead and I will never grow those bastards again. I let these guys get nice and red then I made curry out of them and it was inedible.


Dearie | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:28 pm 8

How about that white phosphorus stuff…. is that ‘essential minerals’?


EvilDrPuma | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:29 pm 9
In response to Elliott @ 4

Local news is that a former elementary-school principal got thirty years and a $25k fine for taking pictures of little boys’ pee-pees in the restrooms. I think it should be life in a psychiatric institution, but at least he’s no longer in a position of responsibility and trust.


AitchD | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:29 pm 10

Holy fasteriskck! I bet each of Megyn’s eyelids can bench press 10kg!


EvilDrPuma | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:31 pm 11
In response to oldgold @ 6

Of course not. It’s a gas, for crying out loud.


DrDick | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:31 pm 12
In response to geraldo @ 7

I love cayennes myself, but I am a chili head. I do not mess with pepper spray, however.


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:34 pm 13

Let’s give credit where it’s due…
The Simpsons episode The Springfield Connection
Original air date: May 7, 1995
Plot: after being mugged Marge starts lifting weights and eventually joins the Springfield Police Department.

Marge: (catches Homer using pepper spray on his eggs) “Hmm. Homer, give me my pepper spray!”
Homer: “Oh, Marge, one squirt and you’re south of the border!” (takes a bite) “Mmm, incapacitating…” (eyes water)


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:36 pm 14

I watched several youtube videos with people eating cayenne peppers dried and fresh–and it’s very intense.


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:41 pm 15
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 14

I used to work with a quite diminutive woman who won a jalapeno eating contest by downing 79. I think I was impressed as much by the volume as anything. 79 peppers would take up some space.


Teddy Partridge | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:41 pm 16

Cyanide: it’s a food product, essentially.

Ricin: it’s a food product, essentially.

Feces: it’s a food product, essentially.


EvilDrPuma | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:44 pm 17
In response to Teddy Partridge @ 16

Don’t forget arsenic. It’s in peach pits, so it’s obviously a food product.


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:45 pm 18
In response to Teddy Partridge @ 16

Thanks Mom! These Ricin Krispy treats are mm-mmm good!


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:47 pm 19
In response to EvilDrPuma @ 17

I refuse to eat anything that has pits but no arms.


Dearie | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:48 pm 20

Skeevy O’Reilly and young and willing blonde girls: New Journalism.

Okay, I have to wash my hands now.


EvilDrPuma | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:49 pm 21
In response to ratfood @ 19

No cherries for you…


DrDick | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:49 pm 22
In response to EvilDrPuma @ 17

Actually that is cyanide (prussic acid, actually) in the peach (and apricot) pits. That is why cyanide smells like almonds (a close relative, but free of the poison).


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:49 pm 23

There is a you tube video I declined to add which featured 3 stoopid dudes wiht a can of pepper spray, which they sprayed on a buffalo chicken wing. One of them ate it while the other gagged from the fumes. There was a lot of swearing in it and the morans weren’t very cute or entertaining. The dude eating it seems fine, unlike the DJ in another video who ate a dose of powdered cayenne on camera and begain to weep.


EvilDrPuma | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:51 pm 24
In response to DrDick @ 22

Oops! My goof.


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:52 pm 25
In response to EvilDrPuma @ 21

Yay! I have to confess, being a 50-year old virgin was starting to get a little old.


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday November 22, 2011 08:57 pm 26

Arsenic was takne in ye olden days to whiten the skin, whilst belladonna enlarged the pupils (hence its name, as it made the ladies lovely)


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:02 pm 27
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 26

IIRC cosmetics in ancient Egypt (and other times and places I’m certain) also contained a lot of lead… So they had THAT goin’ for ‘em.


EvilDrPuma | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:02 pm 28
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 26

It’s things like this that make me prefer women without makeup.


Dearie | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:03 pm 29

WEll now that pizza is a vegetable, I don’t see how we can question pepper spray as a vegetablicious enhancement.


DrDick | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:07 pm 30

Time for me to toddle off. Take care all.


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:08 pm 31
In response to Dearie @ 29

It nicely illustrates the progression of conservative thinking, from St. Ron “catsup is a vegetable” Reagan to the present day.


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:11 pm 32

Imagine the Fox News reaction if Tea Party protesters ever got pepper sprayed.


Petrocelli | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:12 pm 33
In response to ratfood @ 19

Lisa !

LOL … ratfood !


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:13 pm 34
In response to Petrocelli @ 33

Petro! The curling season is nearly upon us, my friend! :}


Dearie | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:16 pm 35
In response to ratfood @ 31

It’s fascinating, in a bizarre way, to consider when “peak America” was actually reached. I, personally, thought the 50′s pretty much sucked for its falseness and hypocrisy, and I guess it was pretty much downhill all the way. I liked being financially comfortable in the late 90s, but there was a steep dropoff after Bush the Lesser took over. Pepper spray = vegetable seems about right at this point.


Petrocelli | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:16 pm 36
In response to ratfood @ 34

Don’t laugh but Toronto and surrounding areas are under “freezing rain warning” tonight … could be the largest curling rink EVVAR !


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:20 pm 37

Brrrrr!


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:26 pm 38
In response to Dearie @ 35

We need to remember that SOME things actually have improved in recent years. I was thinking earlier how the ease of video recording is changing things. I’m so grateful to the people documenting these recent abuses of authority.


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:30 pm 39
In response to Petrocelli @ 36

I hope they’re wrong or at the very least that everybody’s electricity stays on. Got my broom ready just in case! :)


Dearie | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:30 pm 40
In response to ratfood @ 38

Oh, you are so right about that! And let’s hope that citizen activism can have real impacts. I never give up hope. But, hey, I’m a Pollyanna.


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:32 pm 41
In response to Dearie @ 40

Pollyanna wanna cracker? “g”


Lisa Derrick | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:40 pm 42
In response to ratfood @ 27

Definitely in Rome!


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:41 pm 43
In response to Petrocelli @ 36

I was just reading the Toronto wiki. You have a “Distillery District?” No wonder you like whisk-ey sports…


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:43 pm 44
In response to Lisa Derrick @ 42

I suppose lead makes sense if you like heavy makeup.


ratfood | Tuesday November 22, 2011 09:46 pm 45

Bob finally has his jammies on (the footies give him trouble). Time to call it a night. Thanks to Lisa. Wishing a splendid evening to all.


Dearie | Tuesday November 22, 2011 10:03 pm 46
In response to ratfood @ 45

G’nite, Rattie.


dakoda | Tuesday November 22, 2011 10:26 pm 47

Not sure why we care what Faux News or Billo the clown report. Think there should be a warning, so I don’t start the video.

Are you all trying to make us dumber? You did see the report on people that watch faux news, scored lower than people that watched Nothing, right?


mack | Wednesday November 23, 2011 03:49 am 48

I have to say, after (painfully) watching the full clip, with the exception of the “food product” quote, Ms. Kelly made some sense. Especially compared to BillO who seldom even resembles rational.
I saw her as practicing her profession on TV with a fool for a client who not only was allowed to speak, but actually owned the forum. Of course, were I a lawyer, I would choose other clients…


mack | Wednesday November 23, 2011 03:53 am 49

My prior comment might be construed to give one the impression I was in accordance with the Fox viewpoint. Nothing is farther from the truth, and the only place I actually see their content is in youtube clips. But it is interesting how context works. Certainly after watching that clip, I could envision a rational disagreement with one party, and the other is purely a blithering idiot.
This, to me is an important differentiation.


zachbroughe | Wednesday November 23, 2011 06:29 am 50
In response to oldgold @ 6

No, like ketchup, it is a vegetable, so EAT UP!!


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