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(Politico)   "Papa" John who is worth $600M, lives in a $7M mansion (with a 22-car garage), pays his employees an average of $7 per hour and is doing a $30M "free pizza" promotion is upset that he has to spend $8M to provide his employees with healthcare   (politico.com) divider line 706
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2012-11-16 05:05:29 PM  

sprawl15: skullkrusher: Boy is there egg on my face.

I don't know what's worse, that you're consistently wrong in every thread or that you're consistently proud of how many points that you ignored or went over your head.

I mean, you're here pissing your pants with nonsense about how franchisees are totally independent business people to justify your bad math caused by not knowing how tipped wages work. Just man up, say 'oops' and move on. Christ, it's not difficult.



independent enough that the people who work for them are employees of the franchise owner, not the brand. You're right, it isn't difficult. Not even a little. You haven't made any points worth considering since your argument is that people who do not work for "Papa" John are still his employees. Why would someone make this tortured reach? Because they made a stupid and insulting comment and don't have the class or nerve to back off - double down, it's the internet idiot way.
 
2012-11-16 05:06:00 PM  
I'm glad I wasn't around to hear all the biatching when the 40 hour work week went into effect. Or child labor laws. Or the first minimum wage.
 
2012-11-16 05:06:15 PM  

Saiga410: Why is everyone going on about their favorite local piza joint. It aint that hard to make yourself people.


Mitt Romney tried for six years to make himself "people". It can be more difficult than it looks.
 
2012-11-16 05:06:26 PM  

muck4doo: Seriously, I would rather see single payer than this clusterfark.


So would we all, but since we don't have that, we have to deal with fools like this proclaiming "O my! I can't afford six condos without cutting my employees' hours, isn't it terrible what I've come to!" and expecting people to be sorry for him instead of them.
 
2012-11-16 05:06:55 PM  
Obamacare went back in time and raped my mother to become my father and then refused to pay child support forcing her into accepting food stamps and medicare to survive so that she would vote Democrat in 2012.
 
2012-11-16 05:07:12 PM  

antidisestablishmentarianism: I prefer Papa Murphy over Papa John. That shiat is delicious.


I prefer Papa Boner. Er, i mean...
 
2012-11-16 05:08:27 PM  

mod3072: Obamacare went back in time and raped my mother to become my father and then refused to pay child support forcing her into accepting food stamps and medicare to survive so that she would vote Democrat in 2012.


Was it a legitimate rape?
 
2012-11-16 05:08:28 PM  

theorellior: Dancin_In_Anson: If you think that the US has anything near a competitive capitalist economy, you're kidding yourself.

Boo-hoo-hoo, Americans have it sooooo bad in their number one economy with clean air and water and an embarrassment of consumer choices.


if we didn't adopt these socalizms over the past 100 years instead of being a superpower the with largest GDP we'd be a mega-superpower with an even larger GDP... suck it libs!
 
2012-11-16 05:09:39 PM  

Philip Francis Queeg: mod3072: Obamacare went back in time and raped my mother to become my father and then refused to pay child support forcing her into accepting food stamps and medicare to survive so that she would vote Democrat in 2012.

Was it a legitimate rape?


Either way the rape was a gift from god.
 
2012-11-16 05:10:31 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: whidbey: Spit it out, man.

If you think that the US has anything near a competitive capitalist economy, you're kidding yourself. This video is over 30 year old...FF to about the 10 minute mark (actually you should watch all 46 minutes) and insert damn near any regulatory body for ICC. Same song, different verse.


I'm predicting your argument is eventually going to lead to "there would be more business if we simply removed the barrier to doing business!". This is wrong. I will cite two examples of why.

1) The Apple App Store. This has one of the lowest barriers to entry and has created an utterly gigantic community of apps. The problem? The vast majority of the apps make literally no money (80%). The price of apps collapsed as soon as thousands of developers flocked to the system. 9 out of 10 apps now cost 99 cents or less. There's a whole shiatload of people making absolutely nothing. Why? There's an overwhelming excess of labour, and not nearly enough demand to make up for it, despite having unprecedented market access and an extremely low amount of business regulation.

2) Musicians. Ever since the internet and MP3'shiat it big, musicians have been coming out of the woodwork trying to pawn their tunes. But as with the app store, the vast majority of them make no money at all. There's so much free music out there (and I'm not talking about pirated music, I'm talking about bands who give their music away for free simply because they have to) that there's no way the vast majority of the bands can make any money from it at all. Once more, there's far more labour available than there is consumption.


Even with a supposed "not really 100% free market capitalist" system that imposes barriers to entry, there's still enough supply of labour out there to push the price of these products down to nearly 0.

It's going to get much much worse over the next decade, when 3D printers advance to such a point that everyone can just print shiat out at home. More labour demand decimated, with no equivalent increase in consumption demand. Capitalism is farked, with a capital fark.
 
2012-11-16 05:11:34 PM  

lennavan: Mikey1969: Let's put it this way: I live in relative luxury because I am renting a 3,000 square foot house for $1500/month. We need it, with 3 adults, 2 teenagers and a 4 year old in the house, but how does this asshole expect me to feel sorry for him in his $22 million dollar house?

Well the funny thing is he wants you to fell sorry for him that he has to pass the cost on to the consumer. "Obamacare sucks because it makes me charge you more for pizza." Nowhere in there was it ever possible this was going to cut in to the money he makes.


Yeah, I'm really tired of the 'poor millionaire me thing'. Kinda feeling the same way I did when Metallica pulled the Napster bullshiat. Didn't feel sorry then, either.
 
2012-11-16 05:12:47 PM  

skullkrusher: independent enough that the people who work for them are employees of the franchise owner, not the brand.


Which is still irrelevant.

skullkrusher: You haven't made any points worth considering since your argument is that people who do not work for "Papa" John are still his employees.


Really? My point was that 'delivery drivers are paid as tipped employees'. I still am at a loss as to how that confuses you so badly you think a direct org chart line leading or not leading to John is somehow a rebuttal. Here's what you should have posted, so many posts ago:

skullkrusher: I hadn't considered drivers but I don't think it is "gross ignorance" and it is certainly not deliberate.

That's it. Even throw in an 'oops' if you're feeling magnanimous.

Grow the fark up.
 
2012-11-16 05:13:57 PM  

SlothB77: Papa John doesn't know how to run his pizza business. The government should force Pizza restaurant owners to give their employees health insurance. If they don't, then our government should nationalize the pizza industry. It is for the greater good of ensuring pizza cooks and pizza delivery drivers get health insurance. After all, Obama knows how to run a pizza delivery franchise better than Papa John.


Maybe people should focus on planning ahead by getting a good education, instead of working in positions that can be filled by anyone with a minimal education, and expecting coorperate benefits.

Employers are not responsible for how your life has turned out, nor are they responsible for the additional benefits you feel you are entitled to. The benefits they offer are designed to attract qualified help, or lure that help from other entrepeneurs. As an unskilled laborer-you are easily replaceable as minimum wage is the only incentive he need offer and that you found acceptable the day he shook your hand and said you were hired.. You refuse to work unless you get perks? Step aside: next!

That being said, Papa John has done well by society- he probably should still add basic health insurance to the loyal employess of at least two years or more.

/took me over ten minutes to type this
//computer slower than a vintage Wang
 
2012-11-16 05:14:40 PM  
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Don't these pricks ever get tired? I have no sympathy for any of these human jackals. All of them can get f***ed in their stupid asses.
 
2012-11-16 05:15:31 PM  
Setting aside the political debate - this was a stupid PR move. A week ago, if you asked me what I thought of this guy, I'd have said he was some guy who was probably smart and hardworking and lucky and more power to him. Now, I think he's a jerk who mixes his business with politics and gives his customers a political sermon with their fooking pizza. Doesn't make me inclined to do business with him.
He could have handled his "problem" (if he really even has one) internally, and just run his business like the rest of us. Instead, he shot his mouth off for no good business purpose. And after seeing that, if he's ever looking for investment capital, there's no point in his coming to me. This kind of childish, petulant shiat does NOT inspire confidence.
 
2012-11-16 05:16:00 PM  
I'm sorry...but I'd rather help my local pizza place that Papa John's. I have a preference for REAL pizza made with REAL cheese, REAL sauce and REAL dough and not that crud that Domino's and Papa John's call "pizza".
 
2012-11-16 05:17:27 PM  

Granny_Panties: Add them to my new business ban list:

Target
Menards
Walmart
Papa John's



What did Menards do?
 
2012-11-16 05:17:36 PM  

clowncar on fire: Maybe people should focus on planning ahead by getting a good education, instead of working in positions that can be filled by anyone with a minimal education, and expecting coorperate benefits.


Everyone should do that and then nobody will have a low wage job, that's what I call a win/win situation.
 
2012-11-16 05:17:40 PM  

Saiga410: Why is everyone going on about their favorite local piza joint. It aint that hard to make yourself people.


I have made two people. A son and a daughter.


or


Last time I made a person for dinner the authorities showed up and were pissed! Long pork is frowned upon.
 
2012-11-16 05:18:00 PM  
If this dipshiat had silently raised the price of a pizza by $.15 nobody would have noticed. Prices go up by small amounts all the time. Hell, most of the shiat you see on the store shelves has not only gone up in price, but down in size. However, these tantrum throwing tools have to make a big public spectacle of it all. Spoiled brats, all of them.
 
2012-11-16 05:18:04 PM  
You know, when the pizza shows up undercooked and oversugared, then I gotta listen to yet another whiney-ass rich guy moan about how hard his life is, fark him and his sweet gravy.

He better start investing in frozen pizza manufacturers.

Try living one month on the wages you pay your workers. Rent an apartment, buy groceries, get sick and pay for your health care, Johnny.
 
2012-11-16 05:19:01 PM  

clowncar on fire: SlothB77: Papa John doesn't know how to run his pizza business. The government should force Pizza restaurant owners to give their employees health insurance. If they don't, then our government should nationalize the pizza industry. It is for the greater good of ensuring pizza cooks and pizza delivery drivers get health insurance. After all, Obama knows how to run a pizza delivery franchise better than Papa John.

Maybe people should focus on planning ahead by getting a good education, instead of working in positions that can be filled by anyone with a minimal education, and expecting coorperate benefits.

Employers are not responsible for how your life has turned out, nor are they responsible for the additional benefits you feel you are entitled to. The benefits they offer are designed to attract qualified help, or lure that help from other entrepeneurs. As an unskilled laborer-you are easily replaceable as minimum wage is the only incentive he need offer and that you found acceptable the day he shook your hand and said you were hired.. You refuse to work unless you get perks? Step aside: next!

That being said, Papa John has done well by society- he probably should still add basic health insurance to the loyal employess of at least two years or more.

/took me over ten minutes to type this
//computer slower than a vintage Wang


Yes, the attitude the human being are replaceable cogs that deserve no more consideration than a piece of cheap machinery really is something we should celebrate and reward rather than condemn.
 
2012-11-16 05:19:02 PM  

jso2897: Setting aside the political debate - this was a stupid PR move. A week ago, if you asked me what I thought of this guy, I'd have said he was some guy who was probably smart and hardworking and lucky and more power to him. Now, I think he's a jerk who mixes his business with politics and gives his customers a political sermon with their fooking pizza. Doesn't make me inclined to do business with him.


This. I don't dislike him for his political leaning, I dislike him for politicizing pizza. Althogh I was done with Papa John's when he stood by his delivery driver causing a CPS investigation because he smelled pot at a customes house.
 
2012-11-16 05:20:00 PM  
I'm sure if the government came along and told you that you had to spend the equivalent of the entire worth of your home in additional taxes in one year, you people wouldn't bat an eye.
 
2012-11-16 05:20:18 PM  

vrax: If this dipshiat had silently raised the price of a pizza by $.15 nobody would have noticed.


Seriously this. And now everybody (Republicans I guess) runs in to the defense of the millionaires bottom line. Amazing.
 
2012-11-16 05:20:35 PM  

serial_crusher: When you worked at your job, you probably cared about it, tried to do it right


Oh hell no I didn't. I tried to do as little as possible and not get caught. Back when I was working min wage crap jobs they were utterly interchangeable and could be replaced the same day if I was ever fired.

And I was never fired, btw. Because god knows the managers never wanted to go through the work of training a replacement.
 
2012-11-16 05:20:47 PM  

onzmadi: Granny_Panties: Add them to my new business ban list:

Target
Menards
Walmart
Papa John's


What did Menards do?


Make a catchy jingle?

Wondering if he's getting mixed up with Meijer. Which is pretty known for doing jacksquat to protect gays from discrimination.
 
2012-11-16 05:20:58 PM  

THX 1138: antidisestablishmentarianism: I prefer Papa Murphy over Papa John. That shiat is delicious.

I prefer Papa Boner. Er, i mean...


I don't know if I have ever seen him in liter land.
 
2012-11-16 05:22:16 PM  

sprawl15: Which is still irrelevant.


because I say so! *FOOTSTOMP!*

sprawl15: Really? My point was that 'delivery drivers are paid as tipped employees'. I still am at a loss as to how that confuses you so badly you think a direct org chart line leading or not leading to John is somehow a rebuttal. Here's what you should have posted, so many posts ago:


actually you're right - you did make that point. I hadn't considered that irrelevant point since the overwhelming majority of them aren't employed by Papa John's but rather "ABC Food Service, LLC". Not to mention that even if all the locations were owned by Papa John's itself, it probably still wouldn't even make the point true:

$6.16 an hour

sprawl15: Grow the fark up.


my my aren't we angry? You could easily settle your emotions if you stop intentionally making a fool of yourself. Repeatedly.
 
2012-11-16 05:25:45 PM  

Mrtraveler01: onzmadi: Granny_Panties: Add them to my new business ban list:

Target
Menards
Walmart
Papa John's


What did Menards do?

Make a catchy jingle?

Wondering if he's getting mixed up with Meijer. Which is pretty known for doing jacksquat to protect gays from discrimination.


I've heard from people that do business with them that they like to simply not honor contracts. If they owe you money, good luck getting it.
 
2012-11-16 05:25:56 PM  

clowncar on fire: /took me over ten minutes to type this
//computer slower than a vintage Wang


Damn, the cons can't take responsibility for anything, can they?!
 
2012-11-16 05:26:49 PM  
DNRTFA but when I worked for Papa John's International i received a decent health care package that covered Eye Dental and my spouse for about 30 bucks a week. Granted that was ten years ago but it was a decent company to work for.
 
2012-11-16 05:26:50 PM  

USA Prime Credit Peggy: Have any of you saying Domino's is worse than Papa Johns tried it in the last three years? I agree it used to be complete garbage, but they re-did their entire recipe a few years ago, and it's pretty damn good these days (based on your location of course). Much better than Papa John's at the very least.


i'm not a pizza snob or anything, but i don't really like either (have had both in the last couple months)

course they're miles better than little ceasar's, but if i want some fattening pizza i'd go with Jets

that said, a lot of smaller pizza places will deliver, it's always more expensive but who eats pizza everyday?
 
2012-11-16 05:27:22 PM  
We should take Papa John and the Denny's guy and make them eat their own food.

FOR AN ENTIRE WEEK.
 
2012-11-16 05:27:45 PM  

Shaggy_C: if the government came along and told you


does the top of the capital building open and close like a mouth or do the statues of the presidents in DC come to life? Because I'm thinking I could take FDR but Lincoln might be a problem.
 
2012-11-16 05:28:41 PM  

AdamK: course they're miles better than little ceasar's, but if i want some fattening pizza i'd go with Jets


Christ I love Jets. An 8 corner pizza from there is basically crack. Fattening crack.
 
2012-11-16 05:28:54 PM  

kobrakai: DeaH: "More than 17,000 Facebook users plan to eat at the pizza chain on Friday to support the company's founder and CEO, John Schnatter, who has said President Barack Obama's health care reform law will cause prices to jump by 11 to 14 cents per pizza, and has said employee hours may be scaled back."

Let's see. 17000 people are going to be ordering pizzas being made and delivered by people for whom they support lowered hours, cutbacks, and no health insurance. If I were one of those people ordering that political pizza, I would be afraid to eat it.

That's actually a really good point.


Yep, the sauce is likely to be really special tonight. And I would have to think that there would be a special piquancy in serving a sneezer to someone who thinks you shouldn't have health care.
 
2012-11-16 05:31:28 PM  

skullkrusher: . Not to mention that even if all the locations were owned by Papa John's itself, it probably still wouldn't even make the point true:


So now you're asserting that six is more than seven.

It's pretty fascinating how deep you're willing to dig to avoid being wrong about even the simplest of things.
 
2012-11-16 05:32:05 PM  
This genius might want to reconsider that there are plenty of chain and local pizza joints who will happily take his business.
 
2012-11-16 05:32:36 PM  

jso2897: coeyagi: jso2897: This makes me feel left out. I can never boycott any of these a-hole RW "businessmen" who shoot their mouths off publicly - because none of them ever seem to make or sell anything i would touch with a ten-foot pole to begin with.
Papa John's? Walrus smegma on cardboard.
Cick-fil-A? Salty, greasy, rancid hillbilly chow.
Walmart? The outer dungeon of Hell.
Fox News? Unlistenable.

It's kind of frustrating.

I hear ya. You can't take yourself out of the equation because you were never in the equation.

Oh well... might I suggest....

[images4.wikia.nocookie.net image 660x544]

Attica! Attica! Attica!

Nah. I took my turn in that barrel back in the sixties. I'm to old for that shiat now.


I have the same problem.
 
2012-11-16 05:35:15 PM  

Whiskey Pete: We should take Papa John and the Denny's guy and make them eat their own food.

FOR AN ENTIRE WEEK.


I'm pretty sure that is a serious violation of the Geneva Conventions.
 
2012-11-16 05:35:54 PM  

Fart_Machine: This genius might want to reconsider that there are plenty of chain and local pizza joints who will happily take his business.


And that a large part of his customer base is pretty OK with Obamacare.
 
2012-11-16 05:37:14 PM  

jst3p: jso2897: Setting aside the political debate - this was a stupid PR move. A week ago, if you asked me what I thought of this guy, I'd have said he was some guy who was probably smart and hardworking and lucky and more power to him. Now, I think he's a jerk who mixes his business with politics and gives his customers a political sermon with their fooking pizza. Doesn't make me inclined to do business with him.

This. I don't dislike him for his political leaning, I dislike him for politicizing pizza. Althogh I was done with Papa John's when he stood by his delivery driver causing a CPS investigation because he smelled pot at a customes house.


Look - to an extent, i sympathize with the guy. whatever the issue, NOBODY likes the government butting in and telling them how to run their business.When I was in business (almost entirely retired, now) I had the government butt in and tell me how to run my business a few times - and I didn't fooking like it. Nobody does.
But the reality is, that in ANY modern, post-industrial Western society, it does. It is a condition of doing business - you suck it up, you deal with it, and you move on.
Throwing a petulant, public hissy-fit like this is childish and unprofessional - and I am always extremely suspicious of mixing politics with your business - especially in a negative way.
This guy would have been much wiser, and more of a grownup, to keep his mouth shut and deal with it.
 
2012-11-16 05:37:26 PM  

Shaggy_C: I'm sure if the government came along and told you that you had to spend the equivalent of the entire worth of your home in additional taxes in one year, you people wouldn't bat an eye.


Since that means I'd probably be making upwards of $30 mil, I think I'd be made in the shade.
 
2012-11-16 05:37:49 PM  

jso2897: Setting aside the political debate - this was a stupid PR move. A week ago, if you asked me what I thought of this guy, I'd have said he was some guy who was probably smart and hardworking and lucky and more power to him. Now, I think he's a jerk who mixes his business with politics and gives his customers a political sermon with their fooking pizza. Doesn't make me inclined to do business with him.
He could have handled his "problem" (if he really even has one) internally, and just run his business like the rest of us. Instead, he shot his mouth off for no good business purpose. And after seeing that, if he's ever looking for investment capital, there's no point in his coming to me. This kind of childish, petulant shiat does NOT inspire confidence.


You must be thinking of the derp-spewing Denny's franchisee.

PJ's CEO did not call a press conference to berate his customers. He was on an investor relations conference call. He was supposed to talk about factors that will impact the company's future earnings. He did so, quite rationally.

- Our costs are going to go up due to Obamacare.

- We are in a good position to absorb the costs of Obamacare.

- We will do what we can to minimize the costs and pass the remainder on to consumers.

- It is likely that some of our franchisees will cut hours to avoid Obamacare.

That's all he said. No rant, no threats. Just what a CEO is required to do for investors.
 
2012-11-16 05:39:18 PM  

Shaggy_C: I'm sure if the government came along and told you that you had to spend the equivalent of the entire worth of your home in additional taxes in one year, you people wouldn't bat an eye.


So matching healthcare premiums is a tax now? Why did a lot of businesses voluntarily undertake this onerous tax before Obamacare then?
 
2012-11-16 05:39:25 PM  

sprawl15: skullkrusher: . Not to mention that even if all the locations were owned by Papa John's itself, it probably still wouldn't even make the point true:

So now you're asserting that six is more than seven.

It's pretty fascinating how deep you're willing to dig to avoid being wrong about even the simplest of things.


sorry, I thought the point wouldn't have been lost on you. My bad for assuming so much from you. See, $6.16 is not that far below $7. Any food establishment I've worked at has a good bit more in house staff than they do delivery drivers plus all the corporate support and that sort of thing... can you figure it out now?

of course, this is moot because the people who work at the franchises aren't actually employed by "Papa" John - it's just another way of looking at the discussion in which you're also likely wrong.

Imagine that?
 
2012-11-16 05:40:20 PM  
How about an ironic tag for the fact that ObamaCare will artificially extend the lives of the victims of the product that he sells as "food"?
 
2012-11-16 05:41:05 PM  
skullkrusher:

In fact, I'm going to do you a favor this thread and explain to you some of the things you're missing

The first thing that you threw out was pretty simple: "wow, somebody better call the Dept of Labor on him. Federal minimum wage is $7.25." It's absolutely clear that you're simply asserting that an average wage below minimum wage is impossible because the minimum wage is the minimum. I simply pointed out that such an assertion is wrong because tipped employees have a wage below the minimum wage, allowing for an average below the minimum. Basic math.

You took that to mean that I'm throwing out an opinion on the actual average wage of Papa John's employees. I couldn't care less what their average wage is, or how it's distributed among corporate versus franchise, or any of the other horseshiat you threw out in your smokescreen - if you sat down and did the math and it came out to $15 an hour for corporate and $8 an hour for franchises, it wouldn't farking matter. Because the entire point of my post was to show you the flaw in your logic - that you were making an erroneous assumption. You're taking it personally, and trying to prove that the gist of your argument is right - which is, again, for the umpteenth time, totally besides the point I made. It only belies your ignorance and willingness to jump to whatever assumption you need to make yourself feel better.

Feel free to keep bringing up stuff that I don't care about, though, it does make me titter so.
 
2012-11-16 05:42:07 PM  

Whiskey Pete: We should take Papa John and the Denny's guy and make them eat their own food.

FOR AN ENTIRE WEEK.


I would gladly eat Denny's food for a week.

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