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26 July 2006

Renowned steak eater and non-Uncyclopedian Roy Steinweiser recently uttered the words no one who has seen the commercials for A.1. brand steak sauce believed could be said. Words that sent innocent bystanders in tremors and chills.

To quote Mr. Steinweiser: "You know, A.1. steak sauce really isn't that important."

Hell yeah, it's important. But just how important?

Mr. Steinweiser then proceeded to eat his steak with nothing but salt and pepper. Latest reports say his condition is critical, and he is in a state of delerium. Mr. Steinweiser has repeatedly insisted that absolutely nothing is wrong with him, and is refusing medical treatment.

"I just ate a goddamn steak, what's the big deal?"

This tragedy has hit Mr. Steinweiser's family and friends the hardest, particularly those present at the BBQ where the comment was uttered. When Uncyclopedian reporters arrived on the scene, the guests were all huddled around the television set.

"We've been waiting for nearly an hour for an A.1. commercial to show up so we can be reminded that 'Yeah, it's that important'" explained Joann Steinweiser, Roy's cousin.

About A.1. sauce[edit]

A.1. Steak Sauce is a delicious blend of steak and sauce, currently under the ownership of Donald Trump. It is known to be better than Ketchup, BBQ sauce, Worstishire sauce, and Miracle Whip.

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Local Wikipedians have recently come out of the woodwork, claiming that Roy Steinweiser has the right to eat his steak however he damn well pleases, with or without A.1., under the Fair Use of Steak Clause.

The Uncyclopedian Jury is still out over whether or not Mr. Steinweiser's comment is acceptable as humour, since it could be construed as a parody of A.1.'s well-known ad campaign.

Encyclopedia Dramatica declined to comment, except to say "no comment"