3368. On Court Street he stopped behind a Pepsi-Cola truck. Who would have anything to say about a Pepsi-Cola truck? Bluto had a lot to say about the truck, and about the Pepsi company in general. Bluto hated the Pepsi-Cola Company. He was the first person I had ever met in my life that hated the Pepsi company to such an extent that he got angry, and red in the face over it.
He said that there should be a law against a company that would make a
drink on purpose that the entire point of the drink was to rot a
person’s teeth. “Let’s say that you go into a restaurant and you want to
get a sandwich,” he said. “You look at the menu and the first item is
‘Rock Sandwich,’ made with bread, cheese, salami and rocks. Would you
order that, a rock sandwich, or would you pick something else?”
3370. “You get your sandwich, you start eating, and there is a rock in the sandwich and you chip your tooth on it.”
3371. I have to stop here and say that I actually have a chipped tooth and Bluto must have noticed it, and I suppose that is the reason why he was giving me the rock sandwich illustration in his lecture.