Saturday, July 5, 2008

Can You Please Pass The Mustard?

What would the Fourth Of July be without the annual Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest??? What a photo finish it was!

Please view the 2008 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest below:

I think they might need some of the pink stuff after all those dogs:)

These guys were on a mission - they set goals, worked on reaching their goals and at least one of them gets to enjoy the thrill of victory! Even though they both did not win the tie breaker meant that there was not a run away victory. They were both great opponents. There is a lesson in everything we do. I am sure we will see both of them again next year. Hard to believe how skinny both of these guys are :)

Congratulations Joey Chestnut!!!

Enjoy your Saturday!



knev said...

good post , i liked this video

Evan said...

the best contest of all time!

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