PsyLord: I have a friend that was banned from a local Panera Bread store because she was being disruptive for asking a bagel that she paid for./CSB
foxyshadis: GratefullyAlive: I know Panera....I was the ONLY baker to GM in Saint Louis...Panera is a mirror game...start thinking people!It only Looks healthy!that is all....You mean a multinational corporate chain's food isn't actually created by farm wives picking and milling their own grains onsite while artisan bakers pull it out of the oven just as you order it? Who'd have thought. "It's not poisonous" and "tastes better than Wonder Bread" is all I'm expecting for the rare visit to Panera./Olive Garden breadsticks are also the only edible thing there; it's hard to fark up baked goods when the recipe is tightly controlled.//Homemade bread can be one of the world's tastiest creations, but I have no patience for kneading.
GratefullyAlive: I know Panera....I was the ONLY baker to GM in Saint Louis...Panera is a mirror game...start thinking people!It only Looks healthy!that is all....
E5bie: I like kneading dough. It's like giving a sensuous massage to a sweet, quiet person you can eat later.
GBB: "Pay what you can afford"?? So, naturally, all the rich customers were paying hundreds for their meals, right??
i upped my meds-up yours: Why actually change the name of the store with a big "we care" sign? Makes it look like a PR thing. Just do a stand up sign at the door or posters in windows. Farking American culture, we can't take a shiat without being self-promoting.
AverageAmericanGuy: Wouldn't they be able to fix the zoning so charities like Panera Cares (and Goodwill and Salvation Army) are barred from setting up shop there?
Mentat: "I don't see any more of that now than I saw before at all," he explains. "Before it was all relatively affluent neighbors and now it's a mix of affluent neighbors and folks that aren't as affluent."I think I've found the correlation.
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