Dewey Stewpot Marshpants rose from perfect obscurity in the town of
Cornhole in rural Tennessee to open a quaint restaurant in nearby
Pungent Hold. This fledgling enterprise was called Chicken Place with
Gooey Donut Mill. This was his dream-the small, dirty restaurant, but
there was more. In his ghostwritten autobiography, "Conquest, for a
lark", he described building his restaurant empire as "continually
defeating a fu**ing giant angry cyclops".