Satiric radio commentary for the 90s from the man who drained Lake Michigan and filled it with hot chocolate!!!

A Few E.coli Cartoons

Stan Freberg here with a few cartoons on the E.coli have been ordering your hamburgers well-done, haven't you? Be right back. [:60 SPOT BREAK]

Following the recall of millions of pounds of hamburger, Jack Ziegler in the New Yorker shows a wife in the kitchen and her husband staring into the freezer. Through the window are seen a couple of guests by the outdoor barbecue. The wife says, "It's only the Ericksons, so why don't you just use the recalled hamburger meat?"

John Deering shows a sign, "White Sands Hazardous Waste Disposal," and another sign with two arrows pointing. One says, "Plutonium." The other says, "Ground Beef."

And Ohman of the Oregonian shows a group of new burger places. One reads, "McFarenheit 160." Others are called "Safety King", "Patty Inferno", and "No Bacteria World." A man looking up at the signs says, "Umm, the old burger places were more appetizing."

Stan Freberg here.

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