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Thank you, Bacon. Sincerely, Water Chestnut III

Jim Gaffigan articulately makes the case for that most eminent of meats.  We certainly identify with a few of these gems:

  • “Not many ways to prepare bacon:  you can either fry it or get botulism.”  Likewise, there are not many ways to get quality IT/interactive staffing in Denver:  you can either work with Bacon or get botulism.
  • “The only bad part about bacon is it makes you thirsty.  For more bacon.”  Self-explanatory.
  • “That bacon tray’s always at the end of the buffet.  You regret all the stuff on your plate.  What am I doing with all this worthless fruit?  I should have waited.  If I had known you were here I would have waited.”  Replace “stuff” with “staff” … enough said.

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