I read something recently
that just made me weep
when I found out--you know Bob's Big Boy?
You know, the Big Boywith the burger, that guy?
He was a real boy.
In the '30s or something.
It was a little place,a burger place called Bob's,
the first one,and there was a little boy
who would come in,a little, fat kid,
wearing overallsand a pompadour, right,
greased up,and he would come in,
and he would sweep upafter hours
for a sack of hamburgers.
Oh, my God.
And you knowhe was a German immigrant
if it was the '30s.
[German accent] "I sweep upfor the burgers now, ja?"
[weeps, then groans]
Yes, you do, little Big Boy.
I love that they gave hima sack of burgers.
'Cause they didn't knownutrition back then.
Who eats a [bleep] sackof burgers?
They're like--they werelike the apples of the '30s.
"I don't know why he's so fatand moves so slow.
I gave him,like, seven burgers."