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2012-12-23 06:04:59 PM
Hopefullly she now has the good sense to feed the kid someplace in the restaurant where the customers can't see her. If she owns the joint, she can take 5 or 10 minutes and feed the brat while she does paperwork in the office.
 
2012-12-23 06:06:48 PM
Boobies.

Men have been taking them out for dinner at restaurants since forever.

I don't see what the problem is.
 
2012-12-23 06:07:16 PM

udhq: manwithplanx: The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary.  I'm sorry, but you either need to take a leave of absence or leave the kid with a babysitter while you're working.  Don't farking breastfeed on the job like that.  Blech.

There are serious protections for mothers who breastfeed children on the job. Their child has far more right to be fed than you have at not being grossed out. And as long as she isn't feeding the child around food that has yet to be eaten or prepared then I don't really think there are any sanitary concerns.

I have a right not to eat at a restaurant where I am grossed out.

If I wasn't informed that this would be going on, and I see it in the middle of my meal and lose my appetite, I don't think I should have to pay for the meal that I was only able to half eat due to the conditions in the restaurant.


You know what grosses me out? Jews*. After all, I've been informed in this thread that legal issues are irrelevant and that it's all about return business. So if I feel nauseated by trying to eat my lunch and some Jew is over at a table being all Jewish and stuff, I shouldn't have to pay for the meal. I mean, jeez, how hard is this? Non-aryans get fed in the back where I don't have to see them and lose my appetite. Duh.

*no, of course not really, you idiot
 
2012-12-23 06:08:45 PM
If I was eating there she could plop down in the chair across the table from me and I wouldn't give a shiat. I would have a problem with her exposing the kid to all the dangers of a busy restaurant. Seriously, it's not a place any sane person would choose to drag a baby around. Hot things, sharp things, busy people double timing it in every which direction - not kid friendly.
 
2012-12-23 06:08:54 PM
It's not illegal to be a waiter and be chronically, incessantly flatulent, nor is it illegal to waft said flatulent into the chewing mouths of patrons.

Not illegal.

Some would say natural and beautiful.
 
2012-12-23 06:10:56 PM
Anyone up in arms about this has never worked in or owned a restaurant. Nor have they had children. As having done all three, if you think the food delivered to you has been prepared in a autoclave and delivered to your table by Bubble Boy, you should not be eating out. You want to control your environment?Stay home and nuke your meals in a microwave.
Those pretty faces that bring the food to the table don't wash their hands every time they leave your table. They probably just removed something from the table of that fat (ethnic group you hate) person eating next to you. They handled money, credit cards, maybe even picked their nose before grabbing a plate filled with your food and bringing to your table.
A lot of restaurants don't make bacon to order. That was made when the Chef came in and has been sitting around all day with waitstaff and owners occasionally grabbing a piece.
The things that can legally happen in a kitchen would make all you pansies cry.
If you are a parent, you have probably eaten things that have been chewed and spit out by your kids or been subject to things that might make Bear Grylls puke.
The thing is, if you really wanted pristine food you would be eating food you grew and prepared in your private bio-dome.
Also, it is her business. If she losing customers that think what she is doing is gross and is willing to accept that loss...that is good business.
The Fark rage about soulless corporations ends at the small business person.
Do what you love and do it the way you want and it is easy to believe in what you do.
There are easier ways to get rich if you want to sell out yourself to do it.
 
2012-12-23 06:12:32 PM

Bungles: It's not illegal to be a waiter and be chronically, incessantly flatulent, nor is it illegal to waft said flatulent into the chewing mouths of patrons.

Not illegal.

Some would say natural and beautiful.


This place REALLY has atmosphere!
 
2012-12-23 06:13:16 PM
MAKE THE BAD MAN TIP 20 PERCENT!
 
2012-12-23 06:13:21 PM

jst3p: And I do agree with what you wrote earlier: a big part of this is that is that it puts me, as the customer, on eggshells, where it is incumbent upon me to make a concerted effort not to look, which can be tricky. This is a service-industry environment, and for an owner to put me in this kind of a position just isn't really appropriate.

That is your opinion, and you are entitled to it. I just a) disagree and b) think if it really causes you to lose your appetite then you have serious issues.


From earlier in the thread: "Oh, and ladies, if you choose not to be discrete about it I am going to look. I won't make comments or stare but you might catch me taking a peek. Deal with it."

Oh, I get it. You're a troll.

Well, then, good day to you sir.
 
2012-12-23 06:16:06 PM
My big concern would be fecal oral contamination. Babies are little poo factories and to carry one singlehandledly, your arm/hand is under it's butt. Then, she's handling dishes. Now, yes, the dishes are dirty, but to me that'd be the same as putting your dirty dishes on the toilet before you put them in the dishwasher. Why wouldn't you do that? Severe cross contamination issues, that's why.
 
2012-12-23 06:16:53 PM

bogey: If I was eating there she could plop down in the chair across the table from me and I wouldn't give a shiat. I would have a problem with her exposing the kid to all the dangers of a busy restaurant. Seriously, it's not a place any sane person would choose to drag a baby around. Hot things, sharp things, busy people double timing it in every which direction - not kid friendly.


This is a pretty valid point.
 
2012-12-23 06:17:32 PM

Son of Thunder: udhq: manwithplanx: The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary.  I'm sorry, but you either need to take a leave of absence or leave the kid with a babysitter while you're working.  Don't farking breastfeed on the job like that.  Blech.

There are serious protections for mothers who breastfeed children on the job. Their child has far more right to be fed than you have at not being grossed out. And as long as she isn't feeding the child around food that has yet to be eaten or prepared then I don't really think there are any sanitary concerns.

I have a right not to eat at a restaurant where I am grossed out.

If I wasn't informed that this would be going on, and I see it in the middle of my meal and lose my appetite, I don't think I should have to pay for the meal that I was only able to half eat due to the conditions in the restaurant.

You know what grosses me out? Jews*. After all, I've been informed in this thread that legal issues are irrelevant and that it's all about return business. So if I feel nauseated by trying to eat my lunch and some Jew is over at a table being all Jewish and stuff, I shouldn't have to pay for the meal. I mean, jeez, how hard is this? Non-aryans get fed in the back where I don't have to see them and lose my appetite. Duh.

*no, of course not really, you idiot


God bless you for being able to convince yourself that someone else is the idiot in a thread where you godwinned breastfeeding.
 
2012-12-23 06:17:51 PM

udhq: jst3p: And I do agree with what you wrote earlier: a big part of this is that is that it puts me, as the customer, on eggshells, where it is incumbent upon me to make a concerted effort not to look, which can be tricky. This is a service-industry environment, and for an owner to put me in this kind of a position just isn't really appropriate.

That is your opinion, and you are entitled to it. I just a) disagree and b) think if it really causes you to lose your appetite then you have serious issues.

From earlier in the thread: "Oh, and ladies, if you choose not to be discrete about it I am going to look. I won't make comments or stare but you might catch me taking a peek. Deal with it."

Oh, I get it. You're a troll.

Well, then, good day to you sir.



Uh, how exactly is that trolling? Kids today, that word used to mean something!
 
2012-12-23 06:20:04 PM

jmsvrsn: Body fluids can transmit disease you morons. Would it be OK if I jacked off in your mashed potatoes?


Well, if I'd known it was going to be that kind of party...
 
2012-12-23 06:23:17 PM

udhq: Son of Thunder: udhq: manwithplanx: The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary.  I'm sorry, but you either need to take a leave of absence or leave the kid with a babysitter while you're working.  Don't farking breastfeed on the job like that.  Blech.

There are serious protections for mothers who breastfeed children on the job. Their child has far more right to be fed than you have at not being grossed out. And as long as she isn't feeding the child around food that has yet to be eaten or prepared then I don't really think there are any sanitary concerns.

I have a right not to eat at a restaurant where I am grossed out.

If I wasn't informed that this would be going on, and I see it in the middle of my meal and lose my appetite, I don't think I should have to pay for the meal that I was only able to half eat due to the conditions in the restaurant.

You know what grosses me out? Jews*. After all, I've been informed in this thread that legal issues are irrelevant and that it's all about return business. So if I feel nauseated by trying to eat my lunch and some Jew is over at a table being all Jewish and stuff, I shouldn't have to pay for the meal. I mean, jeez, how hard is this? Non-aryans get fed in the back where I don't have to see them and lose my appetite. Duh.

*no, of course not really, you idiot

God bless you for being able to convince yourself that someone else is the idiot in a thread where you godwinned breastfeeding.


Well, since we have people here who think that milk = poo = semen, I'm not surprised that someone here thinks all racism = Godwinning. The real blessing is to just be here in the presence of such great intellects.
 
2012-12-23 06:24:08 PM

udhq: Son of Thunder: udhq: manwithplanx: The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary.  I'm sorry, but you either need to take a leave of absence or leave the kid with a babysitter while you're working.  Don't farking breastfeed on the job like that.  Blech.

There are serious protections for mothers who breastfeed children on the job. Their child has far more right to be fed than you have at not being grossed out. And as long as she isn't feeding the child around food that has yet to be eaten or prepared then I don't really think there are any sanitary concerns.

I have a right not to eat at a restaurant where I am grossed out.

If I wasn't informed that this would be going on, and I see it in the middle of my meal and lose my appetite, I don't think I should have to pay for the meal that I was only able to half eat due to the conditions in the restaurant.

You know what grosses me out? Jews*. After all, I've been informed in this thread that legal issues are irrelevant and that it's all about return business. So if I feel nauseated by trying to eat my lunch and some Jew is over at a table being all Jewish and stuff, I shouldn't have to pay for the meal. I mean, jeez, how hard is this? Non-aryans get fed in the back where I don't have to see them and lose my appetite. Duh.

*no, of course not really, you idiot

God bless you for being able to convince yourself that someone else is the idiot in a thread where you godwinned breastfeeding.


Ha!
 
2012-12-23 06:24:52 PM
Um. Why the hell isn't she on maternity leave? that's what it's for. So you can bond, breastfeed your kid while NOT working and getting paid 60% of your salary.
 
2012-12-23 06:25:42 PM
The fact is that in a place where people are dining, there exists a reasonable expectation of a certain level of decorum. Of course, that varies from place to place, but I've seen people asked to leave fairly down-market restaurants for FAR less.

The fact that this was someone working in the capacity of a service provider, rather than a customer, just makes this unprofessional and inappropriate.
 
2012-12-23 06:28:56 PM
Bodily fluids can transmit diseases. This includes breastmilk.

End of story.
 
2012-12-23 06:31:01 PM
octopied "My big concern would be fecal oral contamination. Babies are little poo factories and to carry one singlehandledly, your arm/hand is under it's butt. Then, she's handling dishes. Now, yes, the dishes are dirty, but to me that'd be the same as putting your dirty dishes on the toilet before you put them in the dishwasher. Why wouldn't you do that? Severe cross contamination issues, that's why."
If you don't think that a restaurant you frequent has a dishwasher that cleans your plates from some stray particles of poop that may have fallen out of a baby carried by the owner, what makes you think it will clean any of the other foul things that people shed or purposely put on their plates. Employees are required to wash their hands after using the bathroom. Patrons are not. Also a patron will often put something in their mouth and put it back on the plate, not to mention the dinnerware.
This is like people who don't shake hands but don't have someone open every door for them or never use an ATM, shopping cart, accept food not prepared by themselves or don't wear latex gloves when peeing in a public urinal (the splash back doesn't just land on your hands). Hell, if you checked your coat it was in close contact with god knows what was on that other guys jacket.
 
2012-12-23 06:34:11 PM
While I personally wonder why the hell she  wanted to breastfeed in public (wouldn't you want to do that while sitting down so you can spend a bit of time with the baby?), no, I see no problem with this. Not unless she's holding the baby dangerously or spilling milk, but it's actually pretty damn hard to spill milk from what I know. Babies don't like letting go of food.

/Really, people need to stop freaking out over breastfeeding. It's not unsanitary, and 'it's icky' is not actually a valid complaint for much. I understand that it's a resturaunt, but let's be honest here, your average McDonald's probably has real unsanitary health practices like not using gloves or washing hands after going to the bathroom. Go complain about them.
 
2012-12-23 06:40:47 PM

udhq: The fact is that in a place where people are dining, there exists a reasonable expectation of a certain level of decorum. Of course, that varies from place to place, but I've seen people asked to leave fairly down-market restaurants for FAR less.

The fact that this was someone working in the capacity of a service provider, rather than a customer, just makes this unprofessional and inappropriate.


Succinctly put.
 
2012-12-23 06:43:39 PM
"In a province where breastfeeding has been declared a human right, Gibson said, the investigation has left her feeling both embarrassed and angry". I think we can all agree on "taking a dump" being a human right too, so I guess that's ok to do on top of the tables?

A bit of common sense is in place here. Nobody likes to see a drooling and fluids oozing baby hovering over a table. If baby drool is hovering over other tables, chances are the germ factory was hovering over your table.
 
2012-12-23 06:46:02 PM

udhq: The fact is that in a place where people are dining, there exists a reasonable expectation of a certain level of decorum. Of course, that varies from place to place, but I've seen people asked to leave fairly down-market restaurants for FAR less.

The fact that this was someone working in the capacity of a service provider, rather than a customer, just makes this unprofessional and inappropriate.

 
2012-12-23 06:47:03 PM

Great Janitor: Oh, this again. A few thoughts:

1) How can you preform your job duties while breastfeeding? I would imagine that cleaning a table requires both hands.
2) Why aren't you leaving your kid at home? It's really nice that your boss has no problem bringing your kid to work with you, but breastfeeding the kid while cleaning a table must really be taking advantage of his nice nature.
3) Of course people have an issue with this you twat! But I'll get more into that later on.
4) There is a sanitation issue when ever there is any form of fluid exchange from one person to another.
5) I think that you did this, not to help out, but because you knew it would get attention and you wanted to stand on your soap box
6) Your life may revolve around your child, but ours does not. We don't give a damn about your child, the day to day troubles you have balancing family and work, or any of that mess. We go to restaurants to eat, not to see you breastfeed your child in what was probably more of a form of protest about society and their views on public breastfeeding than about actually feeding your child.
7) Your were breastfeeding your child, your boss did not ask you in any way shape or form to help out. You made that choice, not him. You should have remained out of site.
8) Why the hell do so many breast feeding mothers want to make a farking big deal about breastfeeding in public? I know that it's natural, but so is masturbation, pissing and sex. Doesn't mean we need to do those things out in the open as well.
9) Customers have the right to complain. Having a child doesn't exempt you from those complaints. Especially when the child is a part of those complaints. Don't like that customers complained that you were doing your job in food service with a child clamped to your nipple. Sounds like you have two rather easy solutions: either leave the child at home/with a sitter or find a new job.
10) Unless you work in child care, please leave your kids at home. I really can't ...


1) You really can't imagine clearing a table with one hand? Do you not have opposable thumbs? We're not talking about anvils.
2) She owned the restaurant. Let's revisit this point later.
3) Okay, I agree. Although 'twat' gives me a good idea how old you are.
4) The health authorities don't agree with you; FTFA, she was doing nothing wrong.
5) I think the same thing about you and your rant.
6) I really hope you are a Tea Partier. However, I suspect you're a liberal who pretends to care about society via more taxation, government subsidies, welfare programs, etc, but can't be bothered to *actually* care and really doesn't give a shiat about anyone other than their own immediate comfort, as illustrated here.
7) See #2, and RTFANT.
8) I truly hope you never procreate, so you don't have to go sneaking into bathrooms and dark closets to feed your hungry infant (or watching your baby momma do it; I don't know your gender).
9) Completely agree.
10) See #8.
 
2012-12-23 06:47:50 PM
"Women must not _________ or at least cover up, because it makes me uncomfortable!"

Man, a lot of you guys would probably find yourselves at home in the middle east instead of here in the civilized western world.
 
2012-12-23 06:50:07 PM
I wonder if the waitresses at Montreal's Les Princesses d'Hochelaga could have continued slinging hash topless if they had a baby on their hip.
 
2012-12-23 06:51:48 PM

DiddlBiker: "In a province where breastfeeding has been declared a human right, Gibson said, the investigation has left her feeling both embarrassed and angry". I think we can all agree on "taking a dump" being a human right too, so I guess that's ok to do on top of the tables?


I am genuinely curious, are you so stupid that you don't see the difference between those two things or are you aware that they are completely different and are so intellectually dishonest that you made the comparison anyway?
 
2012-12-23 06:53:41 PM

Hamanu: My girlfriend likes to cock-feed from me at restaurants while we're waiting for our meals. A bit of an appetiser if you will. Sometimes some patrons will act annoyed or even call us rude for doing it, but as far as I'm concerned though it's a perfectly natural, and even beautiful act. I for one don't plan to stop because a bunch of busybodies are getting their panties in a bunch.  I absolutely agree that babies, or anyone really; let's not discriminate, should be able to suck on a person's organs to obtain bodily fluids wherever and whenever they want.


I'd march in that protest, I'll bring the wifey.
 
2012-12-23 07:07:16 PM
There is a time and place for everything, In a restaurant clearing dishes isn't the time nor the place. She should have gone somewhere private to feed the child.
Or, she could have sat in my booth to do it.
 
2012-12-23 07:10:45 PM

The more you eat the more you fart: Bodily fluids can transmit diseases. This includes breastmilk.

End of story.


People who know more about this than you do have declared it to NOT violate the health code.

(Saying "end of story" really makes it the end of the story, right? Okay.)
End Of Story.
 
2012-12-23 07:18:21 PM

For those of you disgusted by breast milk, I recommend a bit of research to set it in perspective, although if you are actually as fastidious as you claim, one episode of this show will prevent you from eating out ever again.

certaprotruth.com

Also, booga booga booga ....
 
2012-12-23 07:21:09 PM
You people need to grow the fark up. I truly wish you could take your puritanical attitudes and fark off to the next "new world," sparing the rest of us from your conservative bigotry. Breasts aren't used for sex, they're for nourishment. If you could get it through your frat boy heads that "tits" are natural and breastfeeding in public is not off putting or making anyone an AW, maybe the rest of the truly enlightened women could breastfeed without having to worry about offending someone because they aren't ashamed of their baby or their breasts.

/right before they cover back up because there's no way they'd walk around with their boobs showing in public
 
2012-12-23 07:21:36 PM

Third_Uncle_Eno: Um. Why the hell isn't she on maternity leave? that's what it's for. So you can bond, breastfeed your kid while NOT working and getting paid 60% of your salary.


I got 6 weeks of unpaid maternity leave to recover from childbirth. Should I have weaned my still-nursing child at 6 weeks?
 
2012-12-23 07:24:32 PM
As the business owner, its generally a bad idea to offend your patrons. And i dont agree that that it Isnt a sanitation issue, if shes clearing tables with the kid, whos to say shes not back in the kitchen with him too. You cant eat near the line and any beverages have to be in a covered container and stored where they cant get knocked over, not sure how you can do that with a boob.
 
2012-12-23 07:25:19 PM
I once knew a girl who begat
three children named
Nat,Pat ,and Tat
It was fun in the breeding but hell in the feeding
when they found there was no tit for tat
 
2012-12-23 07:27:31 PM

Cyno01: As the business owner, its generally a bad idea to offend your patrons. And i dont agree that that it Isnt a sanitation issue, if shes clearing tables with the kid, whos to say shes not back in the kitchen with him too. You cant eat near the line and any beverages have to be in a covered container and stored where they cant get knocked over, not sure how you can do that with a boob.


There's more people in this thread offended by people being offended than were actually offended.
 
2012-12-23 07:28:16 PM
Hannah Gibson and her son Carson. C'mon now, they're obviously from the old country and don't know our customs. I'm sure the food is authentic and awesome.
 
2012-12-23 07:32:35 PM

Mutt Farkinov: You people need to grow the fark up. I truly wish you could take your puritanical attitudes and fark off to the next "new world," sparing the rest of us from your conservative bigotry. Breasts aren't used for sex, they're for nourishment. If you could get it through your frat boy heads that "tits" are natural and breastfeeding in public is not off putting or making anyone an AW, maybe the rest of the truly enlightened women could breastfeed without having to worry about offending someone because they aren't ashamed of their baby or their breasts.

/right before they cover back up because there's no way they'd walk around with their boobs showing in public


This isn't about seeing titties you mong. It's about hygiene and respect for your customers.

Read the damned thread.
 
2012-12-23 07:33:57 PM
www.drunkendata.com

Shaka, in the diner, when the boobies fell out!
 
2012-12-23 07:34:32 PM

Melvin Lovecraft: Hannah Gibson and her son Carson. C'mon now, they're obviously from the old country and don't know our customs. I'm sure the food is authentic and awesome.


Actually, the menu looks pretty authentic and ritzy, but kinda pricy for a titty joint.
 
2012-12-23 07:36:55 PM
For all those wondering how she cleared a table while breastfeeding...baby slings
 
2012-12-23 07:42:35 PM

JesusStoleMyBike: Third_Uncle_Eno: Um. Why the hell isn't she on maternity leave? that's what it's for. So you can bond, breastfeed your kid while NOT working and getting paid 60% of your salary.

I got 6 weeks of unpaid maternity leave to recover from childbirth. Should I have weaned my still-nursing child at 6 weeks?


That's ok, my wife never had to wean our son off her tits because he was formula fed. She works in a more professional position than the majority of the house marms on here seem to.
 
2012-12-23 07:42:43 PM

Third_Uncle_Eno: Um. Why the hell isn't she on maternity leave? that's what it's for. So you can bond, breastfeed your kid while NOT working and getting paid 60% of your salary.


Because she owns the place.
 
2012-12-23 07:46:43 PM
Yes she has the legal right to breastfeed in public. But that doesn't mean I agree with it or that I want to see it. And if I was in a restaurant and some woman started doing that at another table or if a staff member was walking around doing that I'd get up and leave.
 
2012-12-23 07:48:42 PM

Molavian: JesusStoleMyBike: Third_Uncle_Eno: Um. Why the hell isn't she on maternity leave? that's what it's for. So you can bond, breastfeed your kid while NOT working and getting paid 60% of your salary.

I got 6 weeks of unpaid maternity leave to recover from childbirth. Should I have weaned my still-nursing child at 6 weeks?

That's ok, my wife never had to wean our son off her tits because he was formula fed. She works in a more professional position than the majority of the house marms on here seem to.


I'm sorry, was that supposed to be insulting towards me? I don't care how another woman chooses to feed her child, it's her body and her choice, but are you really suggesting that "more professional" women formula feed? 6 weeks of maternity leave is the norm in the US, regardless of your profession or stance on breastfeeding.
 
2012-12-23 07:50:05 PM

silverjets: Yes she has the legal right to breastfeed in public. But that doesn't mean I agree with it or that I want to see it.


In life you may see some things you don't agree with or don't want to see. Grow up.
 
2012-12-23 07:59:44 PM

jst3p: The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary

Really?

"I was clearing a table while breastfeeding," she told CBC News.


Yeah! She might get those dirty dishes... dirty.


Idiot.


Yes, because when people make comments about sanitary conditions, it's the inanimate objects they are concerned about.

Moron.
 
2012-12-23 08:06:55 PM

jst3p: silverjets: Yes she has the legal right to breastfeed in public. But that doesn't mean I agree with it or that I want to see it.

In life you may see some things you don't agree with or don't want to see. Grow up.


I need to grow up because I don't agree with something? Really? So did the women that argued for the right to breastfeed in public need to grow up because they didn't agree with not being allowed to do something?

Just because they are allowed to do something doesn't mean everyone else in the world has to agree with it or want to see it.

As I wrote earlier, if I saw that in a restaurant I would leave. I didn't write that I would complain. I didn't write that I would tell her to stop. I wrote that I would remove myself from the situation that offends me. If that is not the grown up thing to do, well fark then I don't know what is.
 
2012-12-23 08:08:46 PM

Kevin72: SnarfVader: I don't see the problem, as long as the baby leaves at least a 20% tip.

Circumsized baby already left a 20% tip


20% tip!!

Do they call that kid Tripod?
 
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