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Sunday, August 21, 2005

I should host mp3s or something, huh?

I'm still trying to find the identity of this piece-of-crap nobody reads, but in the meantime here are a couple things I've come across lately that are pretty cool.

E-40 opens Fatburger franchises in Northern California (from the Mercury News Blog)
Q: Why did you start a franchise of Fatburger?

A: Back in the day, if you listened to any of my raps, I'm always talking
about buying a franchise, and not buying an $85,000 car before you buy a house. ... The first thing I wanted to get was a Popeye's chicken ... I was looking on the Food Channel and they're saying that hamburgers are No. 1. So my wife, she's good friends with Merton Hanks, ex-49er. Merton knows Chester McGlockton, he's doing the Fatburgers, so I called Chester. He's
[McGlockton] a good friend and my neighbor before he was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs. He played for the Oakland Raiders at the time ... Chester knows I'm a stable guy, good dude, family man, businessman, and we got together and put in on 10 of them. The first one opened up two weeks ago [in Pleasant Hill], and the second opens up in Redwood City, hopefully in March.
Me and Chester got all the rights of them in Northern California.

Fatburger is great. I been to ones in LA and in Vegas, and man, I'm pretty sure they will be successful here. It's about time to trek up to Pleasant Hill, innit?

Also, this is kinda funny. Music video for C-Rayz Walz's Blackout. He's an okay rapper, though.

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