SAUERKRAUT CAN DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR GERMAN ENGINEERING DESIGNATION
NO GERMAN ENGINEERING DISCOVERED IN
STRANGEDOG MEGA FACTORY
Rumors abound regarding the modernization of the Strangedog Mega Factory since the recent announcement of the implementation of robotics. Industry insiders have speculated that Strangedog has applied for the highly coveted designation as a "Certified German Engineering Factory". The discover of a sauerkraut can used in production may have been instrumental in fueling this speculation.
According to the president, CEO and craftsman, Frank Nichols, he indicated that he had never even heard a CGEF 2001 certification. He explained that the sauerkraut can serves a dual purpose in the manufacturing process, first as a container for loose change and second as a weight. Not pictured is a second can that bears the label "Crushed Tomatoes", also serving the same purpose.
Mr. Nichols stated that Strangedog has always prided itself in full disclosure, thus including many of the state of the art tools used in the production of his custom Kindle covers in the picture. He expressly stated for the record that the harmonica pictured is not actually used in the manufacturing process but serves as a nice diversion during sewing breaks.