• May 2, 2006
Women do weird things to you sometimes, man. Case in point – Jessie James. Once the biggest badass west of the Rockies, the guy hooks up with Sandra Bullock and suddenly the couple is the sole proprietor of an organic, solar-powered burger joint named Cisco Burger. The new eco-friendly fast food restaurant is located east of the West Coast Choppers compound in which James' “Monster Garage”  TV show is taped. According to TreeHugger the menu will include preservative and hormone-free Kobe beef burgers, low-fat burritos and organic toppings. The roof lacks arches but substitutes solar panels for additional amperage and the burgers are wrapped in biodegradable wrappers. We’re sure it won’t be long now before James builds a dump truck dragster powered by waste veggie oil from the Cisco fryer.

[Source: PressTelegram via TreeHugger]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      Admiral Ackbar... You can now purchase American "kobe" beef. It is much cheaper than the Japanese variety. Evidently you have not had the opportunity but kobe beef burgers are unreal- and not much more than a regular burger at most restaurants.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Kobe beef? Bullshit. That meat is over $100 a pound in Japan (where it is raised).
      • 8 Years Ago
      I don't see how being a bad-ass, and wanting to take care of yourself and the environment (I had to resist writing "do the right thing") are mutually exclusive. Couldn't it be that the guy likes bikes, burgers, beer, and the environment as well?
      • 8 Years Ago
      #6 MikeC "6. Why does anyone even give a darn about that sorry excuse for a person? He's a sleeze ball who plays well only to the lowest common denominator in society."

      I guess you missed the episode where he went to DC's Balou High School and surprised their auto shop class with a surprise build-off. He even went personally to get one of the kids that was trying to avoid school.

      I guess you just think bikers and people with tats are scum... hmm... maybe you've seen too many Girls Gone Sturgis videos? ;)
      • 8 Years Ago
      Why does anyone even give a darn about that sorry excuse for a person? He's a sleeze ball who plays well only to the lowest common denominator in society.
      • 8 Years Ago
      i really like watching the monster garage. i always noticed jesse james drinking those myoplex drinks during the show in the purple box. but i didn't know he was a big health organic freak... wow... i think solar panels should be subsidized by the government to be installed on most gov. buildings and homes... we could help reduce using less juice off the grid which would mean less fossil fuel burning power stations running at like 110% capacity... go jesse go! yay!
      • 8 Years Ago
      His badass tattoo ink on his arm is not organic, as a matter of fact, it's toxic!!! Too late to get it out and it is damaging his brain, not that he has much to start with; but you can tell by the way he speaks!
      • 8 Years Ago
      If more people had his entrepreneurship, the USA would be much better off. People who who speak negatively about him, obviously don't know much about him.
      • 8 Years Ago
      He must have beeh reading that hilarious (in a bad way) website "Autoblog Green".
      • 8 Years Ago
      If Jesse is turning a saint, why is he starting a venture to kill more cows? Idiot.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Monster Garage jumped the shark sometime in the middle of the second season.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I don't very much Jesse and Sandra are serving real Kobe beef burgers. It's probably "Kobe-style" beef that's raised here in the US. We export a boatload of it to Japan where it's sold as a high quality, lower priced "second tier" choice. Most "Kobe beef" we find in steakhouses in the US is actually "Kobe-style."
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