christopher lasch wrote:
next person that talks shit about ron or cara or any of the staff at KARABAR gets their ass beat.
tony allman my best friend since 6th grade.
solve problems outside of the internet or write a record that gerard cosloy calls "ABSOLUTELY SICK" you fucking losers
Wow... calm down good buddy. What's wrong the following statement: "The doctor told me that I need to exercise more, so I told him if he talks shit about me one more time, I'm going to beat his ass". Fiercelime noted a service problem - one that i was inclined to doubt at first - and then I experienced similar issues (after the initial blowup, i might add). Maybe it's pure coincidence, but if I were a manager, I'd take it as an opportunity to tighten the ship a little. There's a difference between "talking shit" and "pointing out a truthful criticism". Although the staff was very friendly and good-natured that night, I had three different service issues, one of them being the credit card. (We worked them out - but, i'm not inclined to go somewhere where I have to keep working out service issues with the staff.) All this requires is a quick but firm talk with the staff about basic quality control issues. (This is how even a humble chain restaurant would deal with it). You're harming Carabar by being defensive about an easily fixable quality control issue. (Or maybe you think Carabar is so special that it doesn't need to care about lowly basic customer service complaints like other bars and restaurants?).
Also: What's wrong the following statement: "The doctor told me that I need to exercise more, so I wrote a song about it where I made fun of him, and released it on the internet" (sorry, where donewaiting staff released it on the internet). Sure, maybe the doctor was an ass about it when he told you - but if you end up being fat and unhealthy at the end of it, from lack of exercise, why did it matter that you released an mp3? Does McDonalds release an mp3 every time they make a mistake on an order? No. They tighten the ship.