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  • ghostsniper October 15, 2021, 2:44 PM

    Never been much of restaurant person in the first place, maybe 5-6 times a year, usually the sit down variety (Applebee’s, Roadhouse, etc.), and have not been to one since Feb of 2020. Now, in light of all the idiocy, regardless of their reasons, I will probably not set foot in one again. You’ve heard of the “shedding” thing, right? That, plus, I see no need to reward assholes. Besides, the grub I fix here at the crib blows away ANYTHING out there regardless of price. And, the hygiene in the food prep here in the compound is unquestionable. Look at the people that work in the food joints, filthy, tatted up (hep C), misfits, and negro’s and every other vermin. I wouldn’t let these people mow my yard let alone touch my food. The very idea gives me the heebie jeebies. Over and fucking out.

    • Jack October 15, 2021, 4:31 PM

      My wife and I have a place that lures us in on Sunday for lunch and the food is great and the restaurant is run correctly. But you’re right, esp in regard to the types that work in most food joints….some very nasty, ass scratching MFs of every description.

  • Mike Austin October 15, 2021, 4:27 PM

    I haven’t been to a restaurant in years. In fact, I cannot remember when was the last time. (Maybe it was a Chinese joint over on the northwest side of Oklahoma City ten years ago.) My own cooking is gourmet and just the way I want it—and there is no lisping and effeminate waiter scurrying here and there. And no tip is necessary—although any guests must bring the booze.

    There is an entire cottage industry developed around restaurant workers and owners complaining and commiserating on YouTube about how bad their lives are during the “pandemic”. Truly, misery loves company. Most of these videos originate in—you guessed it—San Francisco, New York City and the tonier parts of big Democrat run cities. Gosh, I wonder how those restaurant folks got in such financial trouble? The irony of the answer escapes them. They complain about the actions of those they themselves put into political office. Democrat restaurant owner, meet Democrat politician. Now, wear your mask, get the “vaccine”, ridicule the “unvaxxed” and head for the unemployment office.

    I hear that McDonald’s is hiring. After all you poor things, “you deserve a break today.”

    • Jewel October 16, 2021, 1:59 AM

      I learned from a sibling in an unspoken city that a number of restaurants have gone moveable and secret. If you are on their wait lists, you will get a location and time to show up. Business is booming. No masks, no passports, no rents, no taxation. Democrats have ruined their blue cities by punishing the producers of wealth.

      • Mike Austin October 16, 2021, 5:01 AM

        Such restaurants are like the true Catholic Churches in China. Or as Hemmingway would say, “a moveable feast”.

  • nunnya bidnez, jr October 15, 2021, 7:34 PM

    Well, I just got back from my Friday evening stroll around Bay Ridge Brooklyn (NYC),
    and I can report that the streets were packed, and the restaurants were full. Dozens of restaurants, from low-end to chi-chi, full of mostly unmasked diners, both indoors and in the outdoor seating (the outdoor seating is jerry-rigged platforms in the street, where there used to be parking spots; after a year of this madness, many of the outdoor platforms have planters full of flowers, and decorations, heating systems etc.. The traffic is slow enough that they don’t have to worry too much about getting mowed down by a truck whizzing by. The Kettle Black (third ave and 87th) has a sign in their window, to the effect of “we’re not vaccine police, we not enforcing anything”; most other restaurants still have their “No Entry Without Masks” signs in the windows.