heads a 'quiche for peace' demonstration to protest
Denny's restaurant serving 'racist' food
Democratic presidential candidate Al Sharpton, in a
solo show of solidarity today, marched from a Washington
area hotel to a nearby Denny’s restaurant to protest
the serving of quiche. Sharpton, who made the eight
mile trek alone insisted that this was not a publicity
stunt designed to reinvigorate his hopes for becoming
the 2004 Democratic Presidential nominee.
“ Corporate America must learn.
If Black people don’t like quiche, Denny’s
has no business trying to serve it to them”, Sharpton
Quiche has long been believed to be
the secret food that has prevented Blacks from making
their way up the corporate ladder, a kryptonite of sorts,
says Sharpton. “ It’s green, has a light,
flaky crust and tastes terrible when topped with ice
cream. This is nothing more than a way to trick folks
into thinking they were eating pie, Sharpton said. “It’s
a conspiracy and I plan to stop it”!
After more than nine and a half hours
of marching, the Reverend finally completed his journey.
However, instead of walking up to the counter to confront
the manager, an exhausted Sharpton kicked his shoes
off, propped his feet up on a table and decided to take
a nap in one of the booths.
Denny’s officials declined