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February 15, 2006

Best news of the year to date: hatsofmeat.com returns


I was heartbroken last year when I stumbled on hatsofmeat.com only to learn that it was no longer alive.

Just another bunch of pixels in the WayBack Machine archive.

But then, one evening last week, while I was walking along here doing not very much (but different than the night before), over the electronic transom came the following electrifying email.

Not one word has been omitted.

    Dear Joe, Great News!

    Briefly: Hats Of Meat is not "defunct."

    We are up and running and back and better than ever.

    Please make a note of this.


    Thanks, Joe, for your support.

    What's up with you?


    Steve Bean Levy




Steve informs me that hatsofmeat.com is an equal opportunity website and does not discriminate against vegetarians.

I chided Steve for dropping the meatball, as it were, and leaving us bareheaded out here in the cold, cold world for years before he finally decided to take pity and bring us back into the filet.


Go ahead, take a peek — no one (except Google and maybe the NSA if years down the line after the endless appeals Google finally loses in court) will ever know.

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does life insurance come with the hat for when a pitbull bites your head off, literally?

Posted by: kristina | Feb 16, 2006 12:23:43 PM

They are lovely. With that certain je ne sais quois, to be sure. But one must wonder... are they available in grilled, baked, or perhaps - pardon my gaucherie - fried, versions? I haven't investigated thoroughly..are organ meat materials available? (By the way, a nice cloud of blowflies could lend serious textural interest.) I like a bun encircled with small intestine and a dangling bladder.

My own interests run to self-generating materials: harvested earwax in a binder of navel lint rolled thin as phyllo dough cuts beautifully on the bias, but, alas, I'm giving too much away here.

Posted by: Flutist | Feb 16, 2006 12:05:05 AM

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