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(Huffington Post)   Restaurant owners claim their Facebook account was "hacked" to explain the torrent of ALL CAPS posts defending themselves from "haters" and "trolls" after appearing on Kitchen Nightmares. Don't worry, the internet totally buys your story   ( huffingtonpost.com) divider line
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2013-05-15 12:10:20 PM  
Their Facebook feed shows them using the same words in 2011, so unless the hackers imitated their shiatty spelling and typing, then I doubt it.
 
2013-05-15 12:44:09 PM  
What I liked is that ALL their social media accounts got hacked

/at exactly the same time
 
2013-05-15 01:05:03 PM  
Well, if they were hacked, the hackers did an amazing job or mimicking the crazy coming out of their mouths during the show and posts made to the Facebook for the last year..
 
2013-05-15 01:06:41 PM  
Hahahaha damage control came a little too late you psychotic farkers.
 
2013-05-15 01:08:53 PM  
Mustafa and borderline Barbie are the gift that keeps on giving
 
2013-05-15 01:11:22 PM  
Buncha Redshiats did it.
 
2013-05-15 01:11:39 PM  
Just to let ya'll know, my fark account has been hacked. I'm not the one responsible for all the ignorant shiat I have posted here for the past eleven years.
 
2013-05-15 01:12:10 PM  
So I suppose the people that were on the episode Kitchen Nightmares was not really them either but somebody pretending to be them?
 
2013-05-15 01:19:57 PM  
Hacked-like typing detected.
 
2013-05-15 01:20:22 PM  
please keep going, please keep going, please keep going

/i absolutely love a good meltdown
 
2013-05-15 01:21:14 PM  

the_rev: Just to let ya'll know, my fark account has been hacked. I'm not the one responsible for all the ignorant shiat I have posted here for the past eleven years.

Burma Shave.

 
2013-05-15 01:21:54 PM  
Its seems they still don't understand how the internets works.
 
2013-05-15 01:22:03 PM  
I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.
 
2013-05-15 01:22:29 PM  
In fairness, the speech patterns were totally different. Her angry post on yelp, though idiotic, was at least well articulated and reasoned (even if douchey). The all caps posts were what you'd expect from a mentally-handicapped /B/ hacker doing it for the lulz. Most people don't drop that many IQ points when they're angry..
 
2013-05-15 01:23:13 PM  
Fark has been hacked and they are reposting everything from yesterday.
 
2013-05-15 01:23:55 PM  
Though the Kitchen Nightmares clips I saw seemed to validate the fact that this woman was, in fact, that crazy, I would actually believe there was some hacking involved given the couple of comments were there was just a "meow" thrown in at the end...

But who knows?
 
2013-05-15 01:24:29 PM  
The only thing Ramsay liked were her baked goods and it turns out that she doesn't make those, she has them delivered from other bakeries.
 
2013-05-15 01:24:36 PM  
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2013-05-15 01:24:59 PM  
Ahhhhh...the Wiener gambit.
 
2013-05-15 01:25:00 PM  

the_rev: Just to let ya'll know, my fark account has been hacked. I'm not the one responsible for all the ignorant shiat I have posted here for the past eleven years.


This is an excellent opportunity for some of the folks on the Politics tab to use the same excuse.
 
2013-05-15 01:25:25 PM  

Somaticasual: In fairness, the speech patterns were totally different. Her angry post on yelp, though idiotic, was at least well articulated and reasoned (even if douchey). The all caps posts were what you'd expect from a mentally-handicapped /B/ hacker doing it for the lulz. Most people don't drop that many IQ points when they're angry..


These aren't most people.
 
2013-05-15 01:25:43 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: What I liked is that ALL their social media accounts got hacked

/at exactly the same time


Not really that impossible, especially if they used the same easily-guessed password for all their accounts.

That's why I used a really cleaver scheme, one that no one would ever guess, for my passwords!

/Reverse the code!
 
2013-05-15 01:25:47 PM  
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Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.
 
2013-05-15 01:25:47 PM  
I didn't delve too deep but I'm pretty sure I saw a thread on /b talking about hacking their shiat for teh lulz  just yesterday.  Mostly though they were putting their faces on porns.
 
2013-05-15 01:26:51 PM  
I particularly enjoyed their perfect reasonable claim that "home made" doesn't mean THEY made the pastries and you are silly to believe such things because Wal-Mart doesn't make televisions and such.

With logic like that I am surprised they don't own more stores.
 
2013-05-15 01:26:56 PM  

Sticky Hands: I didn't delve too deep but I'm pretty sure I saw a thread on /b talking about hacking their shiat for teh lulz  just yesterday.  Mostly though they were putting their faces on porns.


Although maybe they were just raiding them.
they'd post the URL and jump on there just as fast as a new one was created.
 
2013-05-15 01:27:16 PM  

TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.


FYI, I think Netflix streaming only has seasons 1&2 up currently. Just check Youtube for the split (2-part) episode.
 
2013-05-15 01:27:37 PM  
 The internet always wins.
 
2013-05-15 01:27:49 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: What I liked is that ALL their social media accounts got hacked

/at exactly the same time


Not that uncommon to have Facebook->Twitter autofeeds.  I used to do it at my last job.
 
2013-05-15 01:28:25 PM  

Sticky Hands: I didn't delve too deep but I'm pretty sure I saw a thread on /b talking about hacking their shiat for teh lulz  just yesterday.  Mostly though they were putting their faces on porns.


It was in the Business section, which is why nobody probably remembers.
 
2013-05-15 01:28:48 PM  
I didn't realize that the FBI had time to look into PR blunders on an epic scale.

/Saw the episode
//Jaw was dropped during the last half of the stupefying self-delusion of these people.
 
2013-05-15 01:28:52 PM  

IamTomJoad: I particularly enjoyed their perfect reasonable claim that "home made" doesn't mean THEY made the pastries and you are silly to believe such things because Wal-Mart doesn't make televisions and such.

With logic like that I am surprised they don't own more stores.


How many money laundering operations does one need though, really?
 
2013-05-15 01:28:54 PM  

error 303: Though the Kitchen Nightmares clips I saw seemed to validate the fact that this woman was, in fact, that crazy, I would actually believe there was some hacking involved given the couple of comments were there was just a "meow" thrown in at the end...

But who knows?


If you watched the episode she (Amy) mentions that she speaks 'cat' and has a different voice for talking to each of her (4) kids (cats). She also stated that she only wanted Gordon to visit to tell everyone how great her food was, that she was an awesome chef and anyone who complained was a 'hater'. The only thing Gordon liked, food wise, was the cakes....which it turns out the purchase elsewhere and repackage. The husband must be insanely rich and she must suck great dick....otherwise I can not see how anyone would want to be with either of them.
 
2013-05-15 01:29:16 PM  
You'd probably go ballistic too if the teenage Aspies over at Reddit latched onto you as their next blood sacrifice.
 
2013-05-15 01:29:28 PM  
1-2-3-4-5 for a password?

That's the kind of thing an idiot would have on his luggage!
 
2013-05-15 01:29:52 PM  
I watched this episode the other night and could not get over how pompous these two are.  Turns out she was in jail at one time for ID theft, he was at one time a two bit mobster.  They steal tips from their house staff and resell merchandise to claim as their own.  What a bunch of business hacks.
 
2013-05-15 01:29:54 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: What I liked is that ALL their social media accounts got hacked

/at exactly the same time


They could have used the same password. Not uncommon.
 
2013-05-15 01:30:06 PM  

cookiefleck: The only thing Ramsay liked were her baked goods and it turns out that she doesn't make those, she has them delivered from other bakeries.


I missed that. Did they say that in the show?

This was the greatest episode of Kitchen Nightmares ever. Meow, meow, meow.
 
2013-05-15 01:30:12 PM  
Never stick your fork in crazy.
 
2013-05-15 01:30:34 PM  

TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.


Believe me, you will want to pay close attention to every word that psychotic biatch says. It is that entertaining. They made a tough guy like Ramsey look like a wimp.
 
2013-05-15 01:30:41 PM  

ShawnDoc: Well, if they were hacked, the hackers did an amazing job or mimicking the crazy coming out of their mouths during the show and posts made to the Facebook for the last year..


By hacked, they meant possessed by demons.
 
2013-05-15 01:30:42 PM  
On one level I feel bad for them, going through life being delusional (really their perception of reality is akin to unskewed polls) can't be fun....then I remeber how they treat their employees who are not as bootstrappy and I get over it.
 
2013-05-15 01:30:50 PM  

TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.


Season 6, episode 16. It's on Youtube as well.
 
2013-05-15 01:31:30 PM  
It was so nice of that hacker to delete hundreds of negative comments and everything pertaining to them stealing from other sites all of the dessert images posted on their FB page and their website while the shiatstorm and allcaps postings were going down.......until the flood of comments became too much for them to handle.

He also didn't change their password or password recovery options so they were able to log in the next day (after sobering up) and immediately delete all the offending posts.


What a considerate hacker.
 
2013-05-15 01:31:30 PM  

I_Am_Weasel: 1-2-3-4-5 for a password?

That's the kind of thing an idiot would have on his luggage!



I think C*NT was the password, so an easy hack...
 
2013-05-15 01:31:39 PM  

TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.


It was AWESOME.
 
2013-05-15 01:31:43 PM  
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Filing false police reports is crime, is it not?

/can't wait for the "update" on this story.
 
2013-05-15 01:32:29 PM  
I only recently got into Gordon Ramsey, and I farking saw this episode. Hoooooly shiat. People tend to abuse terms like 'narcissist' and 'sociopath' ... and really this episode brings to the forefront exactly what those things are.

I imagine /b and other lulz'ers are predominantly upset not that these two are utter asshats, but that they brazenly steal their employees tips. And said, on camera, that they do not deserve their tips. Their food is shiat, they treat the customers like crap...and when the customers are bailing they feel bad for the wait staff who are clearly trying under horrible conditions. So they leave them a nice tip.

Which they steal.

They are both such awful human beings that really, I'm enjoying watching the internet kick the shiat out of them.

CRAZY AMY
 
2013-05-15 01:32:33 PM  

IamTomJoad: I particularly enjoyed their perfect reasonable claim that "home made" doesn't mean THEY made the pastries and you are silly to believe such things because Wal-Mart doesn't make televisions and such.

With logic like that I am surprised they don't own more stores.


Especially since Ramsay asked specifically who made the pastries and she claimed she did.

And how "the pastas are homemade except the gnocchi" meant "the pastas are frozen, store-bought".
 
2013-05-15 01:32:48 PM  

cookiefleck: Mustafa and borderline Barbie are the gift that keeps on giving


Indeed.  Ya'lah it's Christmas!
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2013-05-15 01:32:48 PM  

FrancoFile: MaudlinMutantMollusk: What I liked is that ALL their social media accounts got hacked

/at exactly the same time

Not that uncommon to have Facebook->Twitter autofeeds.  I used to do it at my last job.


Corvus: MaudlinMutantMollusk: What I liked is that ALL their social media accounts got hacked

/at exactly the same time

They could have used the same password. Not uncommon.


I still ain't buying it
 
2013-05-15 01:33:13 PM  

GleeUnit: please keep going, please keep going, please keep going

/i absolutely love a good meltdown


Indeed.

It's kind of like watching a train wreck.

Or a fat lady trying to shoehorn her butt into some spandex.

Or a pride of lions take down a zebra.
 
2013-05-15 01:33:18 PM  

K.B.O. Winston: Somaticasual: In fairness, the speech patterns were totally different. Her angry post on yelp, though idiotic, was at least well articulated and reasoned (even if douchey). The all caps posts were what you'd expect from a mentally-handicapped /B/ hacker doing it for the lulz. Most people don't drop that many IQ points when they're angry..

These aren't most people.


Granted, they're still cray-cray restaurant owners. Just not quite "YOU ARE ALL SHAMEFUL SLUTS!" crazy.
 
2013-05-15 01:33:28 PM  
The excuse is good enough for politicians...
 
2013-05-15 01:33:29 PM  

Somaticasual: In fairness, the speech patterns were totally different. Her angry post on yelp, though idiotic, was at least well articulated and reasoned (even if douchey). The all caps posts were what you'd expect from a mentally-handicapped /B/ hacker doing it for the lulz. Most people don't drop that many IQ points when they're angry..


I just thought sometimes the husband was typing, and sometimes the wife was.
 
2013-05-15 01:33:34 PM  

TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.


I had never seen any episodes of the show before but I sought this one out after reading yesterday's threads.  Well worth the time.
 
2013-05-15 01:33:50 PM  

Somaticasual: In fairness, the speech patterns were totally different. Her angry post on yelp, though idiotic, was at least well articulated and reasoned (even if douchey). The all caps posts were what you'd expect from a mentally-handicapped /B/ hacker doing it for the lulz. Most people don't drop that many IQ points when they're angry..


Hulk smash?
 
2013-05-15 01:34:00 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: cookiefleck: The only thing Ramsay liked were her baked goods and it turns out that she doesn't make those, she has them delivered from other bakeries.

I missed that. Did they say that in the show?

This was the greatest episode of Kitchen Nightmares ever. Meow, meow, meow.


No, she mentioned that several days ago. Check out their Facebook. They have pics of cakes that aren't theirs. Remember Ace of Cakes? She posted one of Mary Smith's cakes as hers.
 
2013-05-15 01:34:01 PM  
This was by far the strangest episode I've ever seen.  I would like to know if there were any other factors that lead to Gordon leaving...like the speculation on Reddit about the place being a front for money laundering (see below).


As I stated in another TFD thread concerning the "hacking":

The consequences will never be the same once the Cyber Police get involved in back tracing the alleged hacking.


Also, reposting from a thread on Reddit, a guy makes a pretty interesting point about this place being a front for money laundering:

1. If this place isn't a money laundering operation, I don't know what is.

2. Sammy screamed 'Don't call the police'. This was one of the only things he really stood up to his wife on. I think Sammy is involved in serious criminal shiat and he doesn't want Johnny Law to come poking around and causing any disruptions to the money losing business here. I'm not sure if the fact that they don't trust anyone else to run the place has anything to do with that, or whether they're just nuts. If they were smarter, I feel like they could let it run itself. See point #4 for a possible reason for that.

3. The place is clearly hemorrhaging money. All those fresh veggies come at a huge premium in Arizona and no one is buying them since no one eats there. This is a tactic to inflate food costs and make the on-the-books profits (from crime) a bit more believable. You have high prices and 'quality ingredients' and on its face, it looks like a classy place dealing in high-quality, high-margin food that's doing very, very well. In reality, they're buying top-dollar with dirty money and selling nothing.

4. Putting all of that money into the facilities, kitchen equipment and the dining area is a way to build tangible equity in a property, paid for by dirty money, of course. This is similar to how house flipping has become the new Las Vegas for cleaning dirty money. Even if you put 100k of criminal money into a house and sell it for 80k, you still made 80k in clean money (and the write off for the business loss - more clean money). And what you ask is Sammi's other 'legitimate' business enterprise? Custom home building. Same farking principle: Build equity in something tangible with dirty money, sell it (at a loss or profit, who gives a fark) and money comes clean out the other side.

5. The compensation structure for servers is just another money cleaning tactic. The money from tips never hits the books. It's pocketed immediately and spent on gas, food, clothes etc. All the sorts of stuff that is bought in a day that isn't traced and is used up (burned, eaten, thrown out etc.) when it's done. You keep the clean, un-traceable cash coming in (tips), and then pay out more money in wages to lose money so that the money that comes in from crime doesn't make the place look TOO profitable. If they weren't so wretched and money hungry they would just let the girls work on tips like most people, but they're so narcissistic, deluded and downright evil that they think they're entitled to it and don't know when to stop.

6. They are mean to people because well, they're nuts, but also because Sammy doesn't actually give much of a fark if many people come in or not. If a few quiet, agreeable customers come in and eat, so be it. For Sammy, this place is an annoyance. He hates being there and knows it's a waste of his legitimate criminal time to have to deal with it. He was just stupid and married a crazy 'trophy wife' who thinks she can cook and the less he has to do in a day in terms of dealing with angry customers, the better. Hell, he might have married her BECAUSE he thought she was stupid enough to believe she's making money when no one comes in. To me that's why a lot of that bad food is just thrown away; otherwise she gets crazy and causes more disruptions to the fence.

7. Ever wonder why he doesn't know how to use the POS system, but insists on using it? Because one day one of those girls is going to see ALL of these tables and checks listed on there that never actually came in, and then she'll ask why. Since she knows more about the system than he, she won't buy the lie he tells her. I wouldn't be surprised if that's a small part of the reason for the staff turnover: They don't want anyone knowing too much.
8. Because the thing is, at the end of the day, he can just make up checks and bills and act like all these customers came in and paid them lots of money for food, but just as long as the place isn't completely empty all the time and then reporting big profits, there shouldn't be any huge red flags so as long as the taxes keep coming into the IRS and the place keeps a quiet reputation. But SOMEBODY just had to call Ramsey and blow the whole cover....

Points 9-12 added by another user

9. EDIT: Everyone is asking how I reconcile them going on tv for help. ______________________

10. Remember, Amy thinks her problem is not her food, their shared attitude, their sparse staff or her creepy eyes. It's internet haters. That's it. She is perfect in every way. She feels the downturn in her business is due solely to bad publicity. For people with such grandiose self-images, the only way to deal with this would be to go to the very top and have the biggest chef in the world come and say that their food is amazing. Bad publicity problem solved. Note too, those awesome desserts she fed Ramsey, that he really liked, were all store bought. But she claimed they were hers. She does not care about the food in that sense, as she's willing to lie about that as the first step to the good publicity that she thinks is the silver bullet to fixing what she feels to be unjustifiably tarnished public image.

11. From Sammy's perspective, I think he's willing to take the small risk of having the cover blown on any laundering operation to sustain a good front and, like his wife, to try to, in his mind, restore the deservedly good reputation the place should rightly have. If he can somehow appease his wife, who I believe has him convinced she can cook, and keep the restaurant full so he doesn't need to butcher the receipts so much, he might be able to stop doing shady shiat altogether or at least have a better front. Then, if the restaurant is running well, he can leave it for someone else to operate and he can stay home and watch Scarface 50 times.

12. Essentially, I think HIS willingness to take this risk is rooted in their shared delusions about their own self values and they are willing to take the most drastic of measures to keep them as high as possible.
 
2013-05-15 01:35:42 PM  

Somaticasual: In fairness, the speech patterns were totally different. Her angry post on yelp, though idiotic, was at least well articulated and reasoned (even if douchey). The all caps posts were what you'd expect from a mentally-handicapped /B/ hacker doing it for the lulz. Most people don't drop that many IQ points when they're angry..


I'm guessing some of the ol' vino had a lot to do with that.
 
2013-05-15 01:36:41 PM  

thalassatx: Buncha Redshiats did it.


I took a redshiat once, scared the hell out of me.
 
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2013-05-15 01:37:25 PM  

MatrixOutsider: TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.

Believe me, you will want to pay close attention to every word that psychotic biatch says. It is that entertaining. They made a tough guy like Ramsey look like a wimp.


I don't know if he looked like a wimp.  Confused?  Yeah.  I mean, what do you do with delusional people like that?

Seriously.  Every time either the crazy lady or her husband opened their mouths, you just had to stop and wonder how people like this manage to survive when they're just that terminally stupid or locked in denial.  It was an amazing episode, and I'm astounded that they're still in business.  I can't imagine why anyone would work there if they're not bucking for a wrongful termination case or something, and I sure as hell can't imagine why anyone would even think about eating there.
 
2013-05-15 01:37:37 PM  

impaler


Filing false police reports is crime, is it not?


Yes, but "lying about filing a police report" isn't the same thing.
 
2013-05-15 01:38:14 PM  

MaudlinMutantMollusk: FrancoFile: MaudlinMutantMollusk: What I liked is that ALL their social media accounts got hacked

/at exactly the same time

Not that uncommon to have Facebook->Twitter autofeeds.  I used to do it at my last job.

Corvus: MaudlinMutantMollusk: What I liked is that ALL their social media accounts got hacked

/at exactly the same time

They could have used the same password. Not uncommon.

I still ain't buying it


not saying you should.
 
2013-05-15 01:38:42 PM  

Endive Wombat: 1. If this place isn't a money laundering operation, I don't know what is.


I wouldn't think a normal strategy for concealing a money-laundering operation was to request to be on a national TV show showing how you run your operation.
 
2013-05-15 01:40:21 PM  

impaler: [i.huffpost.com image 570x207]

Filing false police reports is crime, is it not?

/can't wait for the "update" on this story.


You think they actually called anyone? They also claimed they'd call the cops on customers who were refusing to pay. After the owner put his hands on someone (and I swear to god, if someone did that to my bff, they'd get a farking chair across their back, he's lucky he didn't get flattened out by those guys taking a poke at them like that) they DEMANDED they call the cops.

Of course they didn't. They simply threw them out screaming while she 'pretended' to call multiple times.

They just use threats and intimidation to try to bully people. They even posted a fake Reddit thread where Reddit users were claiming 'we'd better stop guys! the police just contacted me!'

/This isn't the internet's first rodeo
 
2013-05-15 01:40:37 PM  

RickN99: Endive Wombat: 1. If this place isn't a money laundering operation, I don't know what is.

I wouldn't think a normal strategy for concealing a money-laundering operation was to request to be on a national TV show showing how you run your operation.


What if you were offered the opportunity and you turned it down because you were money laundering? Why do you hate your business that much? Why do you hate America???
 
2013-05-15 01:41:14 PM  

TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.


I believe this is the link to it on YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnJFH8wgegI
 
2013-05-15 01:41:38 PM  

RickN99: Endive Wombat: 1. If this place isn't a money laundering operation, I don't know what is.

I wouldn't think a normal strategy for concealing a money-laundering operation was to request to be on a national TV show showing how you run your operation.


It's to give cover for all the real wash shops. Everyone's looking at this one instead of the italian place that doesn't even serve decent pizza.
 
2013-05-15 01:42:12 PM  

Lady Indica: You think they actually called anyone?


No. But I hope they did.
 
2013-05-15 01:42:50 PM  

Endive Wombat: 5. The compensation structure for servers is just another money cleaning tactic. The money from tips never hits the books. It's pocketed immediately and spent on gas, food, clothes etc. All the sorts of stuff that is bought in a day that isn't traced and is used up (burned, eaten, thrown out etc.) when it's done. You keep the clean, un-traceable cash coming in (tips), and then pay out more money in wages to lose money so that the money that comes in from crime doesn't make the place look TOO profitable. If they weren't so wretched and money hungry they would just let the girls work on tips like most people, but they're so narcissistic, deluded and downright evil that they think they're entitled to it and don't know when to stop.


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I can't believe what a bunch of nerds we are. We're looking up "money laundering" in a dictionary.

(Thank you for clearing up for all us nerds in how to properly money launder)
 
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2013-05-15 01:44:45 PM  
I kept telling myself that these were actors; That they were hoping for a SoupNazi-like reputation for their resaurant, and maybe even a reality TV show.  No one can be that much of a biatch and no one has that fake an accent.  Sure, there may exist some people with such pathological avoidance issues as this, but there's no way they could operate a restaurant.  I'm still not sure.  Poe's law, maybe, but there is no way to generate more of an internet scandal/meme than exactly what they are doing.

On the other hand, there are for more mentally ill people than there are actors this convincing.
 
2013-05-15 01:44:58 PM  

wildcardjack: RickN99: Endive Wombat: 1. If this place isn't a money laundering operation, I don't know what is.

I wouldn't think a normal strategy for concealing a money-laundering operation was to request to be on a national TV show showing how you run your operation.

It's to give cover for all the real wash shops. Everyone's looking at this one instead of the italian place that doesn't even serve decent pizza.


Man...  I miss the pizzeria by my old house that was shut down as a money-laundering outfit.  As criminal as their business was, they did make a damn good pizza.
 
2013-05-15 01:45:17 PM  
"My facebook account, which was full of comments about me yelling at all the haters and trolls, wasn't made by me. It was hacked by those haters and trolls."

Seems legit.
 
2013-05-15 01:45:34 PM  
"Come to here, I will farking show you" is my new internet tough guy phrase.
 
2013-05-15 01:45:54 PM  

cookiefleck: Mustafa and borderline Barbie are the gift that keeps on giving


Oh, the lulz I just had!
 
2013-05-15 01:46:07 PM  

Somaticasual: In fairness, the speech patterns were totally different. Her angry post on yelp, though idiotic, was at least well articulated and reasoned (even if douchey). The all caps posts were what you'd expect from a mentally-handicapped /B/ hacker doing it for the lulz. Most people don't drop that many IQ points when they're angry..


If you saw the show, they would go from "normal" to "bat shiat insane" at the drop of a hat.  They both had some bordeline personality disorders or some sort of significant problems with reality.

I can see these post comming from them.
 
2013-05-15 01:46:10 PM  
Anyone want to hold a "FARK YOU" sign out front of this place and get a photo?
 
2013-05-15 01:46:14 PM  

MatrixOutsider: TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.

Believe me, you will want to pay close attention to every word that psychotic biatch says. It is that entertaining. They made a tough guy like Ramsey look like a wimp.


That's because Ramsey isn't certifiably insane. He is a rather angry man but only when it's somewhat justified. These people were trying to force someone to pay for a pizza that they hadn't received.
/For farks sake I could run that place better. It would go out of buisness quickly because I wouldn't fark over everyone in ever way possible.
 
2013-05-15 01:46:16 PM  
Not even 2 minutes into the video (part 1) of the episode and Amy (the chef) is saying "I hope it hurts him" (when a customer eats the food she just made intentionally spicy) and they actually wonder why their restaurant is failing?  Bahahaha these people (the owners) are f*cking morons.
 
2013-05-15 01:46:21 PM  

TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time. I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.


Merry Christmas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6LY7TJ16pg
 
2013-05-15 01:47:11 PM  
I think htey are regualr posters over on the Pol tab too.
 
2013-05-15 01:47:23 PM  

Bf+: I kept telling myself that these were actors; That they were hoping for a SoupNazi-like reputation for their resaurant, and maybe even a reality TV show.  No one can be that much of a biatch and no one has that fake an accent.  Sure, there may exist some people with such pathological avoidance issues as this, but there's no way they could operate a restaurant.  I'm still not sure.  Poe's law, maybe, but there is no way to generate more of an internet scandal/meme than exactly what they are doing.

On the other hand, there are for more mentally ill people than there are actors this convincing.


The difference between them and the Soup Nazi is that his soup was so good it was worth dealing with his attitude.

They've got a Soup Nazi attitude without the actual soup to back it up.
 
2013-05-15 01:47:28 PM  

impaler: [i.huffpost.com image 570x207]

Filing false police reports is crime, is it not?

/can't wait for the "update" on this story.


Yes, but lying to everyone and saying that you have them involved is not. (depending on where you live)

Someone toss these folk a shovel... it'd make the process much quicker.
 
2013-05-15 01:48:00 PM  
#1 Totally explains why the woman has a history of doing it years ago to Yelp reviewers........
#2 I trust a woman who was convicted of identity theft/fraud.
#3 They cleaned up their FB page.....yet some of the posts they kept which were less inflammatory stayed....these posts happened throughout the tirade.  So they somehow didn't realize it was hacked while they were claiming to post (unhacked) status updates.
#4 A half-assed lie only digs your hole of narcissism deeper.
 
2013-05-15 01:48:01 PM  
I was not up to date on this subject... but saw this on Yahoo (includes video of the show) and screen shots of some of the social media 'hacks'... cough, cough, samy...  epic douchebaggery.

bonus... they claim that Samy used to be like a Hugh Hefner (only better)... until he met Amy and then he gave that all up for her (she prayed for him to come into her life and GOD delivered him to her!!!)  very religious... right up til you complain about anything... the food.. .the wait for the food...  then it's 'fark you! get the hell out of my restaurant and don't come back!' and 'fark reddit' and 'fark yelp' and 'fark all the 'haters' who are just trying to hurt us....  pathetic.
 
2013-05-15 01:48:29 PM  
Stupid.  transformer.  Psychopath.

Each one just fine on its own; hell, even two out of three ain't necessarily bad.  Combine all three and add in a heaping dose of "utterly unfounded, delusional arrogance" and, well, you get what we have here.

The cake might just be the best part -- $10 says Mr. Ramsay knew there was no way anyone in that operation could crank out that case full of pastries (and double-or-nothin' on "the youngest one in the case is at least a day old"), and mentioned it at the beginning -specifically- to have a bomb to drop later in the show / relationship... but when he bailed on the effort, they left the praise in the broadcast to let Mr. and Mrs. Crazy shoot themselves in the foot... as the producers -had- to know they would.

RickN99: request to be on a national TV show showing how you run your operation.


A good point... for a normal person.  Remember, during the intros, she explained that she wanted to be on the show because she was delusionally certain Mr. Ramsay would tell her how awesome she was and how great her restaurant was and how all the "haters" were "wrong."

Crrrraaaayyyyyy-zzeeee.

Also, many criminals are stupid.  "No one else touches the computer [that I run fake transactions through to launder money]" may have seemed like Ft. Knoxian Security to ol' Samy.
 
2013-05-15 01:48:53 PM  

wildcardjack: RickN99: Endive Wombat: 1. If this place isn't a money laundering operation, I don't know what is.

I wouldn't think a normal strategy for concealing a money-laundering operation was to request to be on a national TV show showing how you run your operation.

It's to give cover for all the real wash shops. Everyone's looking at this one instead of the italian place that doesn't even serve decent pizza.


A stalking horse for the other laundering operations - now that I could believe.  Much more so than "we're laundering money and we want to be unnoticed, so let's ask to be on national TV and become an Internet sensation."
 
2013-05-15 01:49:14 PM  

Lady Indica: impaler: [i.huffpost.com image 570x207]

Filing false police reports is crime, is it not?

/can't wait for the "update" on this story.

You think they actually called anyone? They also claimed they'd call the cops on customers who were refusing to pay. After the owner put his hands on someone (and I swear to god, if someone did that to my bff, they'd get a farking chair across their back, he's lucky he didn't get flattened out by those guys taking a poke at them like that) they DEMANDED they call the cops.

Of course they didn't. They simply threw them out screaming while she 'pretended' to call multiple times.

They just use threats and intimidation to try to bully people. They even posted a fake Reddit thread where Reddit users were claiming 'we'd better stop guys! the police just contacted me!'

/This isn't the internet's first rodeo


One of the local papers to the restaurant interviewed the diner who got into the dispute with the owner.  Apparently, the police did show up in response to a 911 hangup, but determined that there wasn't anything to worry about and no police report was filed.
 
2013-05-15 01:49:18 PM  
The craziness dates back to 2010.  This is a local news broadcast of her biatching on Yelp.
http://youtu.be/nexQhKIx39Q
 
2013-05-15 01:50:37 PM  

Corvus: MaudlinMutantMollusk: FrancoFile: MaudlinMutantMollusk: What I liked is that ALL their social media accounts got hacked

/at exactly the same time

Not that uncommon to have Facebook->Twitter autofeeds.  I used to do it at my last job.

Corvus: MaudlinMutantMollusk: What I liked is that ALL their social media accounts got hacked

/at exactly the same time

They could have used the same password. Not uncommon.

I still ain't buying it

not saying you should.


Me neither.  If it was less of a kitchen hot mess, it would be a believable argument
 
2013-05-15 01:50:51 PM  

CalamitousCrasher: TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.

FYI, I think Netflix streaming only has seasons 1&2 up currently. Just check Youtube for the split (2-part) episode.


It's on hulu.  It was epic.
 
2013-05-15 01:51:59 PM  
Just watched the first six minutes of the show...wow.

/just wow...
 
2013-05-15 01:53:29 PM  

Daffydil: Just watched the first six minutes of the show...wow.

/just wow...


Ditto I'm 15 in and this is great so far... Gordon is adorable
 
2013-05-15 01:53:53 PM  

RickN99: Endive Wombat: 1. If this place isn't a money laundering operation, I don't know what is.

I wouldn't think a normal strategy for concealing a money-laundering operation was to request to be on a national TV show showing how you run your operation.


if so, they are worse at laundering money than they are at running a restaurant.
 
Bf+
2013-05-15 01:55:07 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Bf+: I kept telling myself that these were actors; That they were hoping for a SoupNazi-like reputation for their resaurant, and maybe even a reality TV show.  No one can be that much of a biatch and no one has that fake an accent.  Sure, there may exist some people with such pathological avoidance issues as this, but there's no way they could operate a restaurant.  I'm still not sure.  Poe's law, maybe, but there is no way to generate more of an internet scandal/meme than exactly what they are doing.

On the other hand, there are for more mentally ill people than there are actors this convincing.

The difference between them and the Soup Nazi is that his soup was so good it was worth dealing with his attitude.

They've got a Soup Nazi attitude without the actual soup to back it up.



That may be so, but I'm sure his (The Soup Nazi's) attitude brought plenty of attention and business.  There are plenty of other restaurants whose insulting of customers is the main draw.  Helps to have decent food, of course, but if you want to get on TV, serve the pizza uncooked, confront the customer, fire employees, and make a big scene...
 
2013-05-15 01:55:21 PM  

ferretman: The husband must be insanely rich and she must suck great dick


I don't think a woman like that would ever get her mouth near anyone else's crotch.

Endive Wombat: Because the thing is, at the end of the day, he can just make up checks and bills and act like all these customers came in and paid them lots of money for food, but just as long as the place isn't completely empty all the time and then reporting big profits, there shouldn't be any huge red flags so as long as the taxes keep coming into the IRS and the place keeps a quiet reputation. But SOMEBODY just had to call Ramsey and blow the whole cover....


I don't know. Sounds like that redditer has been watching too much Breaking Bad.

I just don't think it matters to these people how much money they're hemorraging.
 
Bf+
2013-05-15 01:55:54 PM  

Daffydil: Just watched the first six minutes of the show...wow.

/just wow...



It gets "better".
 
2013-05-15 01:56:15 PM  

Daffydil: Just watched the first six minutes of the show...wow.

/just wow...


Yeah I'm at the same point and holy shiat these people. o.o
 
2013-05-15 01:56:31 PM  

Vodka Zombie: wildcardjack: RickN99: Endive Wombat: 1. If this place isn't a money laundering operation, I don't know what is.

I wouldn't think a normal strategy for concealing a money-laundering operation was to request to be on a national TV show showing how you run your operation.

It's to give cover for all the real wash shops. Everyone's looking at this one instead of the italian place that doesn't even serve decent pizza.

Man...  I miss the pizzeria by my old house that was shut down as a money-laundering outfit.  As criminal as their business was, they did make a damn good pizza.



Money launderers generally have great food for reasonable prices.  After all, if you don't care about making a profit, you can spend for high quality ingredients and pay the cook a little extra.

\These idiots aren't laundering money.
\\You have to have enough customers to cover for the fake sales and expenses.
\\\Also, National TV.
 
2013-05-15 01:57:16 PM  

Endive Wombat: This was by far the strangest episode I've ever seen.  I would like to know if there were any other factors that lead to Gordon leaving...like the speculation on Reddit about the place being a front for money laundering (see below).


I just heard from someone that they both have criminal records-- Amy apparently was involved with some sort of loan fraud with stolen social security numbers. I haven't been able to substantiate that, I'm just getting into this whole sage fairly late.
 
2013-05-15 01:57:28 PM  
I've watched this episode at least 4 times since it aired. I still can't tell if this is 100% real, or the most sophisticated troll job man has ever seen.

/Thinking real
//If it is, how are they still open and not fined out of existence for breaking the laws on retention of tips?
 
2013-05-15 01:58:48 PM  
The folks explain all of the bat shiat crazy that is coming out of the AZ politicians.  It is scary to think that those farkers are actually representing their constituents.
 
2013-05-15 01:59:00 PM  
I said earlier that I thought it was all made up, but I'm slowly starting to think not batshiat insane, criminals.
 
2013-05-15 01:59:32 PM  

Nexzus: ferretman: The husband must be insanely rich and she must suck great dick

I don't think a woman like that would ever get her mouth near anyone else's crotch.

Endive Wombat: Because the thing is, at the end of the day, he can just make up checks and bills and act like all these customers came in and paid them lots of money for food, but just as long as the place isn't completely empty all the time and then reporting big profits, there shouldn't be any huge red flags so as long as the taxes keep coming into the IRS and the place keeps a quiet reputation. But SOMEBODY just had to call Ramsey and blow the whole cover....

I don't know. Sounds like that redditer has been watching too much Breaking Bad.

I just don't think it matters to these people how much money they're hemorraging.


The money laundering theory makes sense.
The business is obviously a money looser, why keep it around?  As a source to conceal dirty money, makes pretty good sense to me.  Sammi has a criminal past.  His other business is pretty shady.  The dots are all there, just got to connect em.
 
2013-05-15 01:59:59 PM  

Lady Indica: They just use threats and intimidation to try to bully people. They even posted a fake Reddit thread where Reddit users were claiming 'we'd better stop guys! the police just contacted me!'


I saw that, they posted it? This whole thing is fan-farking-tastic!
 
2013-05-15 02:00:58 PM  
I kinda want to eat there now.

/not really.
 
2013-05-15 02:01:03 PM  

WinoRhino: Endive Wombat: This was by far the strangest episode I've ever seen.  I would like to know if there were any other factors that lead to Gordon leaving...like the speculation on Reddit about the place being a front for money laundering (see below).

I just heard from someone that they both have criminal records-- Amy apparently was involved with some sort of loan fraud with stolen social security numbers. I haven't been able to substantiate that, I'm just getting into this whole sage fairly late.


Yes, Amy's thing is 100% true. You can find the court case online (some farker linked to it in the other thread). She goes by a different name though.

Not sure if Samy actually does have a criminal past (or present), or if he's just all talk.
 
2013-05-15 02:02:02 PM  

ArgusRun: CalamitousCrasher: TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.

FYI, I think Netflix streaming only has seasons 1&2 up currently. Just check Youtube for the split (2-part) episode.

It's on hulu.  It was epic.


Yes, it was. Best US episode I have seen so far, but I haven't seen too many of them anyways. I have never felt so stabby in my life after watching that mess.
 
2013-05-15 02:02:18 PM  

NostroZ: Nexzus: ferretman: The husband must be insanely rich and she must suck great dick

I don't think a woman like that would ever get her mouth near anyone else's crotch.

Endive Wombat: Because the thing is, at the end of the day, he can just make up checks and bills and act like all these customers came in and paid them lots of money for food, but just as long as the place isn't completely empty all the time and then reporting big profits, there shouldn't be any huge red flags so as long as the taxes keep coming into the IRS and the place keeps a quiet reputation. But SOMEBODY just had to call Ramsey and blow the whole cover....

I don't know. Sounds like that redditer has been watching too much Breaking Bad.

I just don't think it matters to these people how much money they're hemorraging.

The money laundering theory makes sense.
The business is obviously a money looser, why keep it around?  As a source to conceal dirty money, makes pretty good sense to me.  Sammi has a criminal past.  His other business is pretty shady.  The dots are all there, just got to connect em.



It could be just that good of sex, though I doubt it.. Could you imagine any issues with a complaint in bed, from either of them to the other?
 
2013-05-15 02:02:47 PM  
I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.
 
2013-05-15 02:02:58 PM  

Bf+: scottydoesntknow: Bf+: I kept telling myself that these were actors; That they were hoping for a SoupNazi-like reputation for their resaurant, and maybe even a reality TV show.  No one can be that much of a biatch and no one has that fake an accent.  Sure, there may exist some people with such pathological avoidance issues as this, but there's no way they could operate a restaurant.  I'm still not sure.  Poe's law, maybe, but there is no way to generate more of an internet scandal/meme than exactly what they are doing.

On the other hand, there are for more mentally ill people than there are actors this convincing.

The difference between them and the Soup Nazi is that his soup was so good it was worth dealing with his attitude.

They've got a Soup Nazi attitude without the actual soup to back it up.


That may be so, but I'm sure his (The Soup Nazi's) attitude brought plenty of attention and business.  There are plenty of other restaurants whose insulting of customers is the main draw.  Helps to have decent food, of course, but if you want to get on TV, serve the pizza uncooked, confront the customer, fire employees, and make a big scene...


Dick's Last Resort. But the food at Dick's is good, and the insulting is... not personal. You know it's their schtick. These two narcissists really mean it.
 
2013-05-15 02:03:39 PM  
I just sort of figured he had a bunch of money (mob money?) and she's kind of hot I guess, so he grabbed a trophy wife and let her "Follow her dream" of running a restaraunt so he gets to hit that.

I'd believe money laundering too, I guess, in the 'these guys are terrible at money laundering' sort of sense.

Facebook/Twitter hacked or not, that was some enjoyable crazy watching though.
 
2013-05-15 02:04:23 PM  
 
2013-05-15 02:04:32 PM  
here's another youtube clip to get people up to speed with the current events and some backstory from the show.
 
2013-05-15 02:04:42 PM  

Eirik: Lady Indica: impaler: [i.huffpost.com image 570x207]

Filing false police reports is crime, is it not?

/can't wait for the "update" on this story.

You think they actually called anyone? They also claimed they'd call the cops on customers who were refusing to pay. After the owner put his hands on someone (and I swear to god, if someone did that to my bff, they'd get a farking chair across their back, he's lucky he didn't get flattened out by those guys taking a poke at them like that) they DEMANDED they call the cops.

Of course they didn't. They simply threw them out screaming while she 'pretended' to call multiple times.

They just use threats and intimidation to try to bully people. They even posted a fake Reddit thread where Reddit users were claiming 'we'd better stop guys! the police just contacted me!'

/This isn't the internet's first rodeo

One of the local papers to the restaurant interviewed the diner who got into the dispute with the owner.  Apparently, the police did show up in response to a 911 hangup, but determined that there wasn't anything to worry about and no police report was filed.


Wow, that's even more awesome. So she WAS calling when Samy screamed at her not to, and she stopped.

/crams in more popcorn.
 
2013-05-15 02:04:43 PM  

Somaticasual: In fairness, the speech patterns were totally different. Her angry post on yelp, though idiotic, was at least well articulated and reasoned (even if douchey). The all caps posts were what you'd expect from a mentally-handicapped /B/ hacker doing it for the lulz. Most people don't drop that many IQ points when they're angry..


I think with the one on yelp she took time to write out the full thing, but now they just keep coming so I don't think they are stopping to proof read what they are saying and are letting emotion take over. That or she did the post on yelp and Sammy is doing the ones on facebook, etc.

I would have no doubt either way, but to me this seems like them not being able to stop, and suddenly realizing what was going on and trying to cover it up
 
2013-05-15 02:05:22 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.


Yes but when you were done she'd cut off your penis with a cake knife and eat your soul.
 
2013-05-15 02:06:31 PM  

namegoeshere: Yes but when you were done she'd cut off your penis with a cake knife and eat your soul.


...and cackle "Meow, meow, meow" as she did it.
 
2013-05-15 02:06:31 PM  
wtf is this link?

the tool used "cray" instead of "crazy"

turned that shiat off right there....
 
2013-05-15 02:06:40 PM  
Honestly what I think the 'hack' claims are about are the fake facebook pages and fake twitter accounts that popped up, along with pics being posted to Yelp (like a guy taking a shiat on the sidewalk as their biz pic). I could be wrong, but that's what I suspect. And they're just broadening it out as they do everything to try to cover their asses and make themselves appear as the victims.

But fark if I know that biatch be cray cray.
 
2013-05-15 02:06:41 PM  

error 303: I just sort of figured he had a bunch of money (mob money?) and she's kind of hot I guess, so he grabbed a trophy wife and let her "Follow her dream" of running a restaraunt so he gets to hit that.

I'd believe money laundering too, I guess, in the 'these guys are terrible at money laundering' sort of sense.

Facebook/Twitter hacked or not, that was some enjoyable crazy watching though.


if there was money laundering going on then they wouldn't have let the tv show in there, they get to look over the books and everything before they determine to take part
 
2013-05-15 02:06:42 PM  

Vodka Zombie: Man...  I miss the pizzeria by my old house that was shut down as a money-laundering outfit.  As criminal as their business was, they did make a damn good pizza.


We had a pizza/burger joint that was a drug operation being run by a guy ("Jack") in Federal prison:
http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20130514/news/705149851/

They had good breakfast while they lasted.
 
2013-05-15 02:07:09 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.


The eyes man, she's got the crazy eyes.

It would all be fun and games at first, until she started to use your blood as lubricant.
 
2013-05-15 02:07:23 PM  

namegoeshere: Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.

Yes but when you were done she'd cut off your penis with a cake knife and eat your soul.


No, she'd have someone else cut it off, then just claim she did it.
 
2013-05-15 02:07:59 PM  
I noticed this has a follow up tag on it. I can't find an original link to the original thread. Anyone got it?
 
2013-05-15 02:08:04 PM  
The biggest question for me is who was able to talk them into pretending they were hacked and admitting the things they said were "terrible"?  Based on what I saw on the show and the local news story about the original Yelp review, this is not the kind of woman who will EVER admit she was wrong or said/did something inappropriate.  Someone must have laid the hammer down for her.
 
2013-05-15 02:08:40 PM  

Hella Fark: wtf is this link?

the tool used "cray" instead of "crazy"

turned that shiat off right there....


If ever there were a person who could legitimately be described as "totes cray-cray," it would be Amy Bugfarkinsanealazo.
 
2013-05-15 02:08:48 PM  

Teknowaffle: I noticed this has a follow up tag on it. I can't find an original link to the original thread. Anyone got it?


Business tab, for some reason.
 
2013-05-15 02:09:18 PM  
scottydoesntknow:  The eyes man, she's got the crazy eyes.

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2013-05-15 02:09:33 PM  

king_nacho: error 303: I just sort of figured he had a bunch of money (mob money?) and she's kind of hot I guess, so he grabbed a trophy wife and let her "Follow her dream" of running a restaraunt so he gets to hit that.

I'd believe money laundering too, I guess, in the 'these guys are terrible at money laundering' sort of sense.

Facebook/Twitter hacked or not, that was some enjoyable crazy watching though.

if there was money laundering going on then they wouldn't have let the tv show in there, they get to look over the books and everything before they determine to take part


Agreed.

I'm going with he's got lots of mob money and shes a trophy wife he lets "run a restaurant" in exchange for certain "acts"
 
2013-05-15 02:09:41 PM  

Trivia Jockey: The biggest question for me is who was able to talk them into pretending they were hacked and admitting the things they said were "terrible"?  Based on what I saw on the show and the local news story about the original Yelp review, this is not the kind of woman who will EVER admit she was wrong or said/did something inappropriate.  Someone must have laid the hammer down for her.


I think eventually Sammy would come around, she gets worked up, then he gets worked up, then she storms off, and he seems like he would calm down and could be reasoned with.
 
2013-05-15 02:09:55 PM  

cookiefleck: No, she mentioned that several days ago. Check out their Facebook. They have pics of cakes that aren't theirs. Remember Ace of Cakes? She posted one of Mary Smith's cakes as hers.


Don't spread rumors about "her" deserts.  She has god on her side, and she speaks cat.
 
2013-05-15 02:09:57 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: namegoeshere: Yes but when you were done she'd cut off your penis with a cake knife and eat your soul.

...and cackle "Meow, meow, meow" as she did it.


Go on...

/fap
 
2013-05-15 02:10:16 PM  

Misconduc: Anyone want to hold a "FARK YOU" sign out front of this place and get a photo?


Wearing a cat costume with a sign that reads "MEOW!" might be more appropriate.

ADubs86: I've watched this episode at least 4 times since it aired. I still can't tell if this is 100% real, or the most sophisticated troll job man has ever seen.

/Thinking real
//If it is, how are they still open and not fined out of existence for breaking the laws on retention of tips?


1. Rich husband
2. Crazy biatch who thinks that if they close the store, the trolls will win against God
 
2013-05-15 02:10:17 PM  
Crazy eyes?

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2013-05-15 02:11:29 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: Hella Fark: wtf is this link?

the tool used "cray" instead of "crazy"

turned that shiat off right there....

If ever there were a person who could legitimately be described as "totes cray-cray," it would be Amy Bugfarkinsanealazo.


Is that ebonics?
 
2013-05-15 02:11:41 PM  

error 303: king_nacho: error 303: I just sort of figured he had a bunch of money (mob money?) and she's kind of hot I guess, so he grabbed a trophy wife and let her "Follow her dream" of running a restaraunt so he gets to hit that.

I'd believe money laundering too, I guess, in the 'these guys are terrible at money laundering' sort of sense.

Facebook/Twitter hacked or not, that was some enjoyable crazy watching though.

if there was money laundering going on then they wouldn't have let the tv show in there, they get to look over the books and everything before they determine to take part

Agreed.

I'm going with he's got lots of mob money and shes a trophy wife he lets "run a restaurant" in exchange for certain "acts"


seems like a reasonable assumption to me, I never heard them complain about the money, just that people had said on the internet that the food was bad
 
2013-05-15 02:12:47 PM  

maniacbastard: thalassatx: Buncha Redshiats did it.

I took a redshiat once, scared the hell out of me.


I drank an entire bottle of this alchohol called Tattoo. It dyes the shiat out of your teeth and tounge. (in this case, blue). The next morning I peed normal, so I was wondering where the blue went. Well it went to my poo. I pooped blue for a week. It started off a dark navy blue, and gradualy lightened up to a sky and then baby powder blue.
 
2013-05-15 02:13:33 PM  
Maybe this chick has some bipolar issues?
 
2013-05-15 02:14:04 PM  

CalamitousCrasher: ArgusRun: CalamitousCrasher: TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.

FYI, I think Netflix streaming only has seasons 1&2 up currently. Just check Youtube for the split (2-part) episode.

It's on hulu.  It was epic.

Yes, it was. Best US episode I have seen so far, but I haven't seen too many of them anyways. I have never felt so stabby in my life after watching that mess.


The two parter this season was awesome too.  Gordon just oozed contempt for the bragging little bastard.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=fxsk1e0QDgE #t =1800s

"I can cook, Joe"
 
2013-05-15 02:14:28 PM  
Guys! Someone hacked my pants and shat them! Totes not me!
 
2013-05-15 02:14:42 PM  
Assuming that any of this is true, when did "I guessed that you used "password" for your password" become hacking? That seems like an insult to honest, hard working hackers.
 
2013-05-15 02:14:46 PM  
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2013-05-15 02:15:06 PM  
Amy Benghazi is the biggest scandal of all time

Amy lied, people died
 
2013-05-15 02:16:27 PM  

Lady Indica: One of the local papers to the restaurant interviewed the diner who got into the dispute with the owner.  Apparently, the police did show up in response to a 911 hangup, but determined that there wasn't anything to worry about and no police report was filed.

Wow, that's even more awesome. So she WAS calling when Samy screamed at her not to, and she stopped.


Holy shat. I wish she never hung up.

911: "911, what's your emergency?"
Crazy: "A customer is trying to leave without paying for his pizza!"
911: "Why?"
Crazy: "Because he's been here an hour and we haven't served it yet!"
 
2013-05-15 02:16:54 PM  

SithLord: I watched this episode the other night and could not get over how pompous these two are.  Turns out she was in jail at one time for ID theft, he was at one time a two bit mobster.  They steal tips from their house staff and resell merchandise to claim as their own.  What a bunch of business hacks.


Someone ought to explain to them:

Governments and corporations have fallen due to the power of the internet.

You can't break the kneecaps of the interwebs.

/someone bittorrent a copy of "Serenity" to them
 
2013-05-15 02:17:46 PM  

Sofa King Smart: here's another youtube clip to get people up to speed with the current events and some backstory from the show.


Wow.  Warm up another Followup tag.
 
2013-05-15 02:18:43 PM  
I was going to respond that, after seeing what this farked up show did to my local Greek restaurant that the producers probably screwed these people over, but there's no way producers invented that. Holy crap. They didn't have to stage a thing here.
 
2013-05-15 02:20:00 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Teknowaffle: I noticed this has a follow up tag on it. I can't find an original link to the original thread. Anyone got it?

Business tab, for some reason.


Thanks.

Also, the woman is totally what Taylor Swift will look like in 20 years.
 
2013-05-15 02:20:19 PM  

ArgusRun: CalamitousCrasher: ArgusRun: CalamitousCrasher: TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time.  I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.

FYI, I think Netflix streaming only has seasons 1&2 up currently. Just check Youtube for the split (2-part) episode.

It's on hulu.  It was epic.

Yes, it was. Best US episode I have seen so far, but I haven't seen too many of them anyways. I have never felt so stabby in my life after watching that mess.

The two parter this season was awesome too.  Gordon just oozed contempt for the bragging little bastard.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=fxsk1e0QDgE #t =1800s

"I can cook, Joe"


WIN!! That was awesome, but I really dislike the censor beeps. Ramsey likes to cuss, so a lot is missed by me with the annoying beeps.
 
2013-05-15 02:20:28 PM  
What I don't get is that on the news this morning Amy said they were working with the FBI and the Pinal County Sheriff's office.

The restaurant is in Maricopa County.
 
2013-05-15 02:20:45 PM  
I never thought it could happen but here is a couple that make the Salahi's look almost normal.
 
2013-05-15 02:20:48 PM  

verbal_jizm: I was going to respond that, after seeing what this farked up show did to my local Greek restaurant that the producers probably screwed these people over, but there's no way producers invented that. Holy crap. They didn't have to stage a thing here.


There's a CSB in this.
 
2013-05-15 02:21:11 PM  

timujin: TheSwizz: I usually watch Kitchen Nightmares on Netflix to kill time. I may have to locate this one for immediate viewing.

Merry Christmas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6LY7TJ16pg


Thanks. I'd only seen the second part of the episode. Hoo-lee shiat! Not to go all ITG but if someone got that up in my face demanding I pay for food I never received I'd probably deck them.
 
2013-05-15 02:21:42 PM  

scandalrag: Vodka Zombie: wildcardjack: RickN99: Endive Wombat: 1. If this place isn't a money laundering operation, I don't know what is.

I wouldn't think a normal strategy for concealing a money-laundering operation was to request to be on a national TV show showing how you run your operation.

It's to give cover for all the real wash shops. Everyone's looking at this one instead of the italian place that doesn't even serve decent pizza.

Man...  I miss the pizzeria by my old house that was shut down as a money-laundering outfit.  As criminal as their business was, they did make a damn good pizza.


Money launderers generally have great food for reasonable prices.  After all, if you don't care about making a profit, you can spend for high quality ingredients and pay the cook a little extra.

\These idiots aren't laundering money.
\\You have to have enough customers to cover for the fake sales and expenses.
\\\Also, National TV.


Right near me us a place that serves up excellent food to the central city clientele. Good food, cheap prices, in a poor area. If he's laundering money, at least he's doing some good at the same time.
 
2013-05-15 02:22:11 PM  
Just watched the second half of the episode.

I-I've never seen Ramsey at a loss for words before.
 
2013-05-15 02:22:23 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.


She's coo-coo for Jesus Puffs. It would be like f*cking a chilled salmon.
 
2013-05-15 02:22:38 PM  

KarmicHoax: What I don't get is that on the news this morning Amy said they were working with the FBI and the Pinal County Sheriff's office.

The restaurant is in Maricopa County.


If this is the door-taped-open-at-the-DNC that finally brings about the fall of Sheriff Joe, I will walk all the way to Scotland and give Gordon Ramsey a blowie.

/personally
 
2013-05-15 02:23:00 PM  
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2013-05-15 02:23:52 PM  
I've never really been a fan of gordon ramsey, but after reading this whole thread....
 
2013-05-15 02:24:06 PM  
I could never get into the U.S version of Kitchen Nightmares since the overall production aesthetic of any episode is one that reeks of "manufactured drama", but goddamn, this particular episode sure delivered.

You watch some of the older British episodes, and after a bad meal and observing a dinner service, when Gordon goes on his "alright, we need to X, Y, and Z in order for this restaurant to become successful (which is almost always centered around STOP BUYING EXPENSIVE AND OUT OF SEASON INGREDIENTS AND USE YOUR LOCAL PRODUCERS)" rant, the owner and head chef about 50% of time just go "oh, ok, sure, whatever you say Chef. When do we start?"
 
2013-05-15 02:24:07 PM  
Stealing wait staff tips?
That's a good way to find out if you can run a restaurant with all your fingers broken.

Us, we were ALL down the street when it happened. We have 50 witnesses. Including the bartender.
That's right officer. Air. Tight. Alibi.
 
2013-05-15 02:24:27 PM  

Teknowaffle: I noticed this has a follow up tag on it. I can't find an original link to the original thread. Anyone got it?


Here you go

/runs away
 
2013-05-15 02:26:41 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: Teknowaffle: I noticed this has a follow up tag on it. I can't find an original link to the original thread. Anyone got it?

Here you go

/runs away


dirty farker
 
2013-05-15 02:28:13 PM  
These things happen when you set all your account passwords to 12345...
 
2013-05-15 02:28:48 PM  

mjones73: These things happen when you set all your account passwords to 12345...


I have that on my luggage.
 
2013-05-15 02:29:01 PM  

Endive Wombat: This was by far the strangest episode I've ever seen.  I would like to know if there were any other factors that lead to Gordon leaving...like the speculation on Reddit about the place being a front for money laundering (see below).


As I stated in another TFD thread concerning the "hacking":

The consequences will never be the same once the Cyber Police get involved in back tracing the alleged hacking.


Also, reposting from a thread on Reddit, a guy makes a pretty interesting point about this place being a front for money laundering:

1. If this place isn't a money laundering operation, I don't know what is.

2. Sammy screamed 'Don't call the police'. This was one of the only things he really stood up to his wife on. I think Sammy is involved in serious criminal shiat and he doesn't want Johnny Law to come poking around and causing any disruptions to the money losing business here. I'm not sure if the fact that they don't trust anyone else to run the place has anything to do with that, or whether they're just nuts. If they were smarter, I feel like they could let it run itself. See point #4 for a possible reason for that.

3. The place is clearly hemorrhaging money. All those fresh veggies come at a huge premium in Arizona and no one is buying them since no one eats there. This is a tactic to inflate food costs and make the on-the-books profits (from crime) a bit more believable. You have high prices and 'quality ingredients' and on its face, it looks like a classy place dealing in high-quality, high-margin food that's doing very, very well. In reality, they're buying top-dollar with dirty money and selling nothing.

4. Putting all of that money into the facilities, kitchen equipment and the dining area is a way to build tangible equity in a property, paid for by dirty money, of course. This is similar to how house flipping has become the new Las Vegas for cleaning dirty money. Even if you put 100k of criminal money into a house and sell it for 80k, you still mad ...


13. They believe in fitness.
 
2013-05-15 02:29:16 PM  

verbal_jizm: I was going to respond that, after seeing what this farked up show did to my local Greek restaurant that the producers probably screwed these people over, but there's no way producers invented that. Holy crap. They didn't have to stage a thing here.


Yanni's?

Check's profile.  Yanni's.

The crying girl was spectacular.
 
2013-05-15 02:30:23 PM  

ArgusRun: verbal_jizm: I was going to respond that, after seeing what this farked up show did to my local Greek restaurant that the producers probably screwed these people over, but there's no way producers invented that. Holy crap. They didn't have to stage a thing here.

Yanni's?

Check's profile.  Yanni's.

The crying girl was spectacular.


Ok, what happened at this Greek restaurant?
 
2013-05-15 02:30:35 PM  
Heh.  Take a look at their stolen pictures.  A bunch of them have been tagged to relabeled as stolen with a link back to the source.  So they may not have been hacked but they sure suck at teh Facebook settings.
 
2013-05-15 02:34:00 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: KarmicHoax: What I don't get is that on the news this morning Amy said they were working with the FBI and the Pinal County Sheriff's office.

The restaurant is in Maricopa County.

If this is the door-taped-open-at-the-DNC that finally brings about the fall of Sheriff Joe, I will walk all the way to Scotland and give Gordon Ramsey a blowie.

/personally


that doesn't make any sense.  Why would two moronic restaurant owners be the fall of Sheriff Joe?  Besides, he's not the one they contacted, according to their interview.
 
2013-05-15 02:34:45 PM  
Amy is going to run a backtrace.  Consequences will never be the same.
 
2013-05-15 02:35:18 PM  
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Not enough popcorn for this
 
2013-05-15 02:36:12 PM  

scandalrag: Vodka Zombie: wildcardjack: RickN99: Endive Wombat: 1. If this place isn't a money laundering operation, I don't know what is.

I wouldn't think a normal strategy for concealing a money-laundering operation was to request to be on a national TV show showing how you run your operation.

It's to give cover for all the real wash shops. Everyone's looking at this one instead of the italian place that doesn't even serve decent pizza.

Man...  I miss the pizzeria by my old house that was shut down as a money-laundering outfit.  As criminal as their business was, they did make a damn good pizza.


Money launderers generally have great food for reasonable prices.  After all, if you don't care about making a profit, you can spend for high quality ingredients and pay the cook a little extra.

\These idiots aren't laundering money.
\\You have to have enough customers to cover for the fake sales and expenses.
\\\Also, National TV.



See, you explained it without knowing it.

Thery're idiots.

/or, as the Uncle said a month ago: "Loooo-sers!"
 
2013-05-15 02:36:41 PM  
 
2013-05-15 02:36:46 PM  

KarmicHoax: OtherLittleGuy: KarmicHoax: What I don't get is that on the news this morning Amy said they were working with the FBI and the Pinal County Sheriff's office.

The restaurant is in Maricopa County.

If this is the door-taped-open-at-the-DNC that finally brings about the fall of Sheriff Joe, I will walk all the way to Scotland and give Gordon Ramsey a blowie.

/personally

that doesn't make any sense.  Why would two moronic restaurant owners be the fall of Sheriff Joe?  Besides, he's not the one they contacted, according to their interview.


They SHOULD work with Sheriff Joe.  Their food is so bad that he would probably order it for his tent city.
 
2013-05-15 02:36:59 PM  

Killer Cars: I could never get into the U.S version of Kitchen Nightmares since the overall production aesthetic of any episode is one that reeks of "manufactured drama", but goddamn, this particular episode sure delivered.

You watch some of the older British episodes, and after a bad meal and observing a dinner service, when Gordon goes on his "alright, we need to X, Y, and Z in order for this restaurant to become successful (which is almost always centered around STOP BUYING EXPENSIVE AND OUT OF SEASON INGREDIENTS AND USE YOUR LOCAL PRODUCERS)" rant, the owner and head chef about 50% of time just go "oh, ok, sure, whatever you say Chef. When do we start?"


Also the cleanliness of the kitchen isn't usually a part of the show, because the British show is about the food and not America's germaphobia. I loved the British one, not so much the US one.
 
2013-05-15 02:37:12 PM  

Begoggle: [weknowgifs.com image 275x210]

Not enough popcorn for this


THIS

I think I spent the entire episode slack jawed and wide eyed at their behavior.  Holy cow those are not normal people.
 
2013-05-15 02:38:07 PM  
Wow, this really just makes you want them to fail, be sued, go to jail and lose everything. If I lived nearby, I'd poop in a white foam cup, go up to Amy and ask why this was at the counter. I'd have a confused look and ask her what it is, she'd take a whiff and immediately vomit. She would run around yelling WHY WHY WHY? I'd yell at her for pooping in a cup and trying to give it to me to consume. Then I would take the cup and show other customers, then finally throw the cup at her and run away. So if someone nearby could do that for me please I'd appreciate it, or just leave poop on her car seat, I bet she has a convertible.
 
2013-05-15 02:44:25 PM  

PsyLord: Maybe this chick has some bipolar issues?


If by 'bipolar' you mean 'b*tch', then yes...she has it...
 
2013-05-15 02:45:28 PM  

Nofun: The internet always wins.


This needs to be branded on some people's hands; a la Memento.
 
2013-05-15 02:46:01 PM  
On the one hand, they're douches. On the other hand, what kind of retard watches TV shows about a place they've never been to, then goes to the business' social media site and trolls them?

Pathetic all around.
 
2013-05-15 02:47:21 PM  

Manfred J. Hattan: Heh.  Take a look at their stolen pictures.  A bunch of them have been tagged to relabeled as stolen with a link back to the source.  So they may not have been hacked but they sure suck at teh Facebook settings.


The things people are adding as tags to the stolen pictures are hilarious.  What I don't understand is why they stole these pictures and posted them in the first place.  If someone actually tried to order one of these cakes, they couldn't produce it.  Very weird.
 
2013-05-15 02:47:46 PM  
The husband looks very familiar:

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2013-05-15 02:48:29 PM  

ArgusRun: verbal_jizm: I was going to respond that, after seeing what this farked up show did to my local Greek restaurant that the producers probably screwed these people over, but there's no way producers invented that. Holy crap. They didn't have to stage a thing here.

Yanni's?

Check's profile.  Yanni's.

The crying girl was spectacular.


Yep. Good restaurant. Kitchen Nightmares provided them nothing of value and succeeded in making them look like fools even if most of it was manufactured. For instance, the fridge full of rotting food: the producers made them turn the fridge off so the lights and equipment could be plugged into the restaurant's circuit without tripping the breaker. Amazing that food spoils when not refrigerated. Sure, you could give the owners a hard time for not anticipating this but it's not like having rotting food in the fridge is a normal occurrence for them.
 
2013-05-15 02:48:38 PM  
Twatty Mcbiatchface: "Our restaurant is amazing. All the haterz out there don't know what they are talking about"
Gangster McWhipped: "Jes deer, jes"
Twatty: "I know, lets have Gordon Ramsey here. He will come in and find nothing wrong, and think my food is delicious, and all the haterz will be proved wrong on national television"
Gangster "Jes deer, but don't let them find out that this is a front business for my money laundering"
 
2013-05-15 02:49:47 PM  

KarmicHoax: What I don't get is that on the news this morning Amy said they were working with the FBI and the Pinal County Sheriff's office.

The restaurant is in Maricopa County.


Right, but the Internet is in Pinal County.

/or so Amy's cats told her
 
2013-05-15 02:50:08 PM  

WinoRhino: Endive Wombat: This was by far the strangest episode I've ever seen.  I would like to know if there were any other factors that lead to Gordon leaving...like the speculation on Reddit about the place being a front for money laundering (see below).

I just heard from someone that they both have criminal records-- Amy apparently was involved with some sort of loan fraud with stolen social security numbers. I haven't been able to substantiate that, I'm just getting into this whole sage fairly late.


Here ya go...

http://rickrwalker.com/amy.html
 
2013-05-15 02:50:33 PM  
Wow...just f*cking wow...

I echo the sentiments of a youtube comment...they kept flashing past the knives on the wall and I kept thinking "this could end very badly".  I wish I could be more like Gordon, he's a f*cking awesome, awesome person.
 
2013-05-15 02:52:36 PM  
Oh yeah, and Samy seems to know his wife is bat sh*t crazy but just puts up with it.

This kids, is why you don't stick your dick in crazy.
 
2013-05-15 02:52:56 PM  
Amy and Samy's theme song?  cheap trick - one on one  http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=CdagBjVZsuU
 
2013-05-15 02:52:58 PM  

Sofa King Smart: I was not up to date on this subject... but saw this on Yahoo (includes video of the show) and screen shots of some of the social media 'hacks'... cough, cough, samy...  epic douchebaggery.

bonus... they claim that Samy used to be like a Hugh Hefner (only better)... until he met Amy and then he gave that all up for her (she prayed for him to come into her life and GOD delivered him to her!!!)  very religious... right up til you complain about anything... the food.. .the wait for the food...  then it's 'fark you! get the hell out of my restaurant and don't come back!' and 'fark reddit' and 'fark yelp' and 'fark all the 'haters' who are just trying to hurt us....  pathetic.



Good God, did you see this quote from the Yahoo link:

"I saw the show and I like the way the do not give the tips to the help, because that will help them to pull themselves up by their bootstraps!!" wrote Jim Donaldson on Facebook. "With God's love anything is possible!"

What an asshole.

I was a waitress off and on for years, more recently in my 30s to pay for a divorce. I notice her bullied staff are teenaged girls.  A grown woman would knock that psycho, Simpsons-character-looking biatch on her ass.
 
2013-05-15 02:53:59 PM  
Maybe I have ADHD, but I can only take watching the episode in 2 minute intervals.
 
2013-05-15 02:54:46 PM  

Two16: Nofun: The internet always wins.

This needs to be branded on some people's hands; a la Memento.



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2013-05-15 02:56:09 PM  

CrazyCracka420: I echo the sentiments of a youtube comment...they kept flashing past the knives on the wall and I kept thinking "this could end very badly".  I wish I could be more like Gordon, he's a f*cking awesome, awesome person.


F*CK OFF!
 
2013-05-15 02:57:54 PM  
I turned this episode off, because it just HAD to be fake on some level.

And yes, the British version was far superior.
 
2013-05-15 02:58:35 PM  
I'm watching the episode from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnJFH8wgegI

I just hit the 7:30 mark and holy shiat... that outburst would've made me leave even if I wasn't the one being yelled at.
 
2013-05-15 03:02:32 PM  
Also, a pack of wild dogs could take over that place and it would be much more successful
 
2013-05-15 03:04:31 PM  

PsyLord: Maybe I have ADHD, but I can only take watching the episode in 2 minute intervals.


I'm on five minute intervals myself.
 
2013-05-15 03:04:44 PM  

MFAWG: I turned this episode off, because it just HAD to be fake on some level.

And yes, the British version was far superior.


They are ALL fake on some level.  Restaurants (both seating and kitchen) are generally not bright enough for TV cameras.  The lighting and camera guys already know in advance where they're going to be shooting.

/I know a guy
 
2013-05-15 03:05:11 PM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Guys! Someone hacked my pants and shat them! Totes not me!


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2013-05-15 03:07:12 PM  

CrazyCracka420: This kids, is why you don't stick your dick in crazy.


I would... right in her pooper... then wipe it on the curtains just to see her flip out.
 
2013-05-15 03:09:33 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: namegoeshere: Yes but when you were done she'd cut off your penis with a cake knife and eat your soul.

...and cackle "Meow, meow, meow" as she did it.



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2013-05-15 03:09:57 PM  

RevMark: CrazyCracka420: This kids, is why you don't stick your dick in crazy.

I would... right in her pooper... then wipe it on the curtains just to see her flip out.


Go on...
 
2013-05-15 03:10:10 PM  

KarmicHoax: What I don't get is that on the news this morning Amy said they were working with the FBI and the Pinal County Sheriff's office.

The restaurant is in Maricopa County.


Perhaps that's where they live?

"The hacking was coming from INSIDE THE HOUSE!!!"
 
2013-05-15 03:11:21 PM  
Glad we didn't tell them about the dirty knife.
 
2013-05-15 03:11:42 PM  
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2013-05-15 03:13:18 PM  

Waldo Pepper: someone left this comment on the companies fb page

If you sold a grilled cheese called Amy and Samy's meltdown, it would be epic!


Yeah that was amazing, so was one of the replies: "They should buy it from Walmart and say that it was baked fresh daily."
 
2013-05-15 03:13:47 PM  

MFAWG: I turned this episode off, because it just HAD to be fake on some level.

And yes, the British version was far superior.


I like them both and see them as completely different shows.  The British version seems to usually be more about the restaurant and the food, and the American version seems to be more about the farked up people running their restaurants into the ground.

Both are good shows, but for different reasons.
 
2013-05-15 03:13:56 PM  
Daffydil:
CrazyCracka420: I echo the sentiments of a youtube comment...they kept flashing past the knives on the wall and I kept thinking "this could end very badly".  I wish I could be more like Gordon, he's a f*cking awesome, awesome person.

F*CK OFF


Yes Chef!
 
2013-05-15 03:14:34 PM  
It's probably already posted here or in the other thread but here it is anyways...

Crazy woman was once busted for stealing and using someones SS#...

http://http://www.findforms.com/pdf_files/azd/20255/86-1.pdf
 
2013-05-15 03:15:31 PM  

WinoRhino: Endive Wombat: This was by far the strangest episode I've ever seen.  I would like to know if there were any other factors that lead to Gordon leaving...like the speculation on Reddit about the place being a front for money laundering (see below).

I just heard from someone that they both have criminal records-- Amy apparently was involved with some sort of loan fraud with stolen social security numbers. I haven't been able to substantiate that, I'm just getting into this whole sage fairly late.


She applied for & got a line of credit using someone else's Social Security number. IIRC she ended up getting sentenced to a year in prison (bank fraud) plus the court ordered her to pay restitution. She appealed and lost.
 
2013-05-15 03:16:52 PM  

NostroZ: cookiefleck: Mustafa and borderline Barbie are the gift that keeps on giving

Indeed.  Ya'lah it's Christmas!
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I was wondering about that line when I watched it...is she trying to say "YOLO" and just pronouncing it "Ya'lah"?

Does anybody else here understand the insane level of obnoxious one has to be to A) reference "YOLO" in the first place, and B) pronounce it all farked up like that?

(You're choice of spelling, btw, has my mind hillariously jumping back and forth between allusions to Islam and H.P. Lovecraft.)

Anyway, super entertaining episode.
 
2013-05-15 03:16:53 PM  
Sometimes I hate people. You know the end of this story, right?

Here's a couple, sodelusional, soself-centered, so evil and SO deserving of a beat-down... what's going to happen to them?

a. Closetheirrestaurant, live like hermits
b. Seekcounselling, ask for forgiveness and become better people
c. Be rewarded with a new reality show, adding to their delusional mind set, narcissism and sense of self worth?


Either way, it's gonna end badly for these two, they are the very definition of bat shiat crazy.
 
2013-05-15 03:19:48 PM  
Best part?  She has done this way before Kitchen Nightmares.


Here is a clip from a local tv station on her getting mad at a Yelp review
 
2013-05-15 03:21:56 PM  

Endive Wombat: KarmicHoax: What I don't get is that on the news this morning Amy said they were working with the FBI and the Pinal County Sheriff's office.

The restaurant is in Maricopa County.

Perhaps that's where they live?

"The hacking was coming from INSIDE THE HOUSE!!!"


I somehow doubt those two would consider living anywhere outside Snobsdale.  :D
 
2013-05-15 03:22:11 PM  

Teknowaffle: I noticed this has a follow up tag on it. I can't find an original link to the original thread. Anyone got it?


Facebook Freakout

Gordon Ramsay quit for the first time ever in the show's 82-episode history
 
2013-05-15 03:22:24 PM  
What a fun place to eat, as long as you don't put their food in your mouth.

I'd go just to get into it with that tip stealing sAmy, whut fun!
 
2013-05-15 03:24:33 PM  
I do enjoy how even in the face of comically minor criticism, this crazy woman melts down into full-blown victim mode.

I imagine a lot of this:
"Did you change your hair?"
"That's it!  I'm closing for today.  Why would you say that about my hair?  What is wrong with you?  I should have you killed, you bastard!  I'm doing the best I can.  YOU'RE NOT MY REAL MOM!"

Both of these people are frauds and sociopaths.  And, they will go to great lengths to blame everyone else for their troubles in order to maintain the fragile facade they've worked very hard to create so as to hide the people they really are.
 
2013-05-15 03:24:34 PM  

Thorndyke Barnhard: NostroZ: cookiefleck: Mustafa and borderline Barbie are the gift that keeps on giving

Indeed.  Ya'lah it's Christmas!
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I was wondering about that line when I watched it...is she trying to say "YOLO" and just pronouncing it "Ya'lah"?

Does anybody else here understand the insane level of obnoxious one has to be to A) reference "YOLO" in the first place, and B) pronounce it all farked up like that?



In the previous thread this was studied out. Evidently it's arabic for "enough of this shiat, lets go", "hurry up", or something like that. Someone pointed out that in one of the Mummy movies, the characters say "Ya'lah imshi", which is like "hurry up lets go".
 
2013-05-15 03:24:55 PM  

verbal_jizm: ArgusRun: verbal_jizm: I was going to respond that, after seeing what this farked up show did to my local Greek restaurant that the producers probably screwed these people over, but there's no way producers invented that. Holy crap. They didn't have to stage a thing here.

Yanni's?

Check's profile.  Yanni's.

The crying girl was spectacular.

Yep. Good restaurant. Kitchen Nightmares provided them nothing of value and succeeded in making them look like fools even if most of it was manufactured. For instance, the fridge full of rotting food: the producers made them turn the fridge off so the lights and equipment could be plugged into the restaurant's circuit without tripping the breaker. Amazing that food spoils when not refrigerated. Sure, you could give the owners a hard time for not anticipating this but it's not like having rotting food in the fridge is a normal occurrence for them.


You know, I'm not that concerened with HOW the spoiled meat ended up in their cooler so much as I'm concerned that the owner STILL wanted to serve it.
 
2013-05-15 03:28:27 PM  
If she's a trophy wife, it must be an 8th place trophy. I can't believe anyone can wear that much eyeliner without actually serving as Batman's sidekick.
 
2013-05-15 03:28:49 PM  

Orange-Pippin: [i.imgur.com image 456x186]

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Oh that is too f*cking funny. +10 internets for you.
 
2013-05-15 03:29:11 PM  

Ace Rimmer: verbal_jizm: ArgusRun: verbal_jizm: I was going to respond that, after seeing what this farked up show did to my local Greek restaurant that the producers probably screwed these people over, but there's no way producers invented that. Holy crap. They didn't have to stage a thing here.

Yanni's?

Check's profile.  Yanni's.

The crying girl was spectacular.

Yep. Good restaurant. Kitchen Nightmares provided them nothing of value and succeeded in making them look like fools even if most of it was manufactured. For instance, the fridge full of rotting food: the producers made them turn the fridge off so the lights and equipment could be plugged into the restaurant's circuit without tripping the breaker. Amazing that food spoils when not refrigerated. Sure, you could give the owners a hard time for not anticipating this but it's not like having rotting food in the fridge is a normal occurrence for them.

You know, I'm not that concerened with HOW the spoiled meat ended up in their cooler so much as I'm concerned that the owner STILL wanted to serve it.


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Serve spoiled food, no way.  But hey, push the fish, it's starting to turn...
 
2013-05-15 03:29:39 PM  

PreMortem: In the previous thread this was studied out. Evidently it's arabic for "enough of this shiat, lets go", "hurry up", or something like that. Someone pointed out that in one of the Mummy movies, the characters say "Ya'lah imshi", which is like "hurry up lets go".


Ah, thanks for the clarification. Thank goodness she's not as obnoxious as I thought she might be...?
 
2013-05-15 03:30:13 PM  
I'm looking forward to seeing the follow up...
 
2013-05-15 03:31:23 PM  
Near the place where Ramsey quits, she says "I didn't come here to be abused."

Actually, honey, that's the whole point of the show.  Did you not get that?
 
2013-05-15 03:32:08 PM  

OtherLittleGuy: The husband looks very familiar:

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"Why The Long Face?!?!?!"

 
2013-05-15 03:33:49 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.


The guy is afraid to tell his wife that customers hate her food, and he is obviously hemorrhaging money to keep the store open to make her happy. If it's not a money laundering thing then she must be some kind of super nasty in the sex department. His whole keeping the tips and not letting anyone use the POS system makes me think laundering, but her whole thing of thinking she's amazing at everything and will do crazy shiat to prove it has me leaning towards sex fiend.

I knew those cakes were not hers immediately when I saw them, and I am not a foodie by any means. Ramsay must have known she was full of shiat.

This could be more epic than the video game controller guy.
 
2013-05-15 03:34:45 PM  
freetomato:

Good God, did you see this quote from the Yahoo link:
the help



Oh, Jim Donaldson, you've never worked in food service. Hope you like spit, semen, poop, etc in your food.
 
2013-05-15 03:36:01 PM  

Mr. Cat Poop: Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.

The guy is afraid to tell his wife that customers hate her food, and he is obviously hemorrhaging money to keep the store open to make her happy. If it's not a money laundering thing then she must be some kind of super nasty in the sex department. His whole keeping the tips and not letting anyone use the POS system makes me think laundering, but her whole thing of thinking she's amazing at everything and will do crazy shiat to prove it has me leaning towards sex fiend.

I knew those cakes were not hers immediately when I saw them, and I am not a foodie by any means. Ramsay must have known she was full of shiat.

This could be more epic than the video game controller guy.


Nah, I don't see her doing the tearful backpedal apology when the death threats come rolling in.  She's more like the dipshiat neighbor who paraded a coffin in front of the girl dying from MS.
 
2013-05-15 03:36:11 PM  

Orange-Pippin: Teknowaffle: I noticed this has a follow up tag on it. I can't find an original link to the original thread. Anyone got it?

Facebook Freakout

Gordon Ramsay quit for the first time ever in the show's 82-episode history


Anybody have the link to the original FARK thread?
 
2013-05-15 03:37:28 PM  

Somaticasual: In fairness, the speech patterns were totally different. Her angry post on yelp, though idiotic, was at least well articulated and reasoned (even if douchey). The all caps posts were what you'd expect from a mentally-handicapped /B/ hacker doing it for the lulz. Most people don't drop that many IQ points when they're angry..


Did you WATCH the episode? I'm pretty sure her IQ went into the negative.
 
2013-05-15 03:37:42 PM  

PreMortem: Thorndyke Barnhard: NostroZ: cookiefleck: Mustafa and borderline Barbie are the gift that keeps on giving

Indeed.  Ya'lah it's Christmas!
[weknowmemes.com image 550x407]


I was wondering about that line when I watched it...is she trying to say "YOLO" and just pronouncing it "Ya'lah"?

Does anybody else here understand the insane level of obnoxious one has to be to A) reference "YOLO" in the first place, and B) pronounce it all farked up like that?


In the previous thread this was studied out. Evidently it's arabic for "enough of this shiat, lets go", "hurry up", or something like that. Someone pointed out that in one of the Mummy movies, the characters say "Ya'lah imshi", which is like "hurry up lets go".


Yep. If you want to hear it in popular media:

Go back to the first Mummy movie with Brendan Fraser. There's at least two occasions where that hotter-than-the-sun arabic bad guy turned good guy says the same thing, basically while saying 'We out, yo, let's haul it!".
Yalla. Imshi!
Go to the first scene after they 'attack' Fraser's camp at night and he end the scuffle by lighting a stick of dynomite. The arab gigolo guy tells them to leave or die in 24 hours. Then, that's what he says as he turns his horse and leads his forces away.

My kid loves that movie, so ive seen it like 5000 times.
 
2013-05-15 03:38:08 PM  
I saw a news report from a Phoenix station that showed them open for business last Saturday night. Samy was being very selective of who was allowed in the restaurant to eat and who wasn't.

Also - I know that the people who appeared on that episode have a clause in their contract to remain silent (for instance, the owners were NOT allowed to appear in an on-camera interview on the news) but I'd still like to know what's going on with the waitress, food runner, etc.
 
2013-05-15 03:38:28 PM  
I do know that people who use the term "flavor profile" deserve to have their foreheads punctured with a meat fork.
 
2013-05-15 03:38:36 PM  

Vodka Zombie: MFAWG: I turned this episode off, because it just HAD to be fake on some level.

And yes, the British version was far superior.

I like them both and see them as completely different shows.  The British version seems to usually be more about the restaurant and the food, and the American version seems to be more about the farked up people running their restaurants into the ground.

Both are good shows, but for different reasons.


That seems about right. I think of the UK show more as featuring places that can actually be saved if they stop hanging on to the past. The US show is all about featuring restaurants run by people who have no business running a restaurant.
 
2013-05-15 03:39:33 PM  

Orange-Pippin: [i.imgur.com image 456x186]

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I get kind of a Kate Gosselin vibe from her...  she wants to be the center of attention at all times.. .but she's such a 'victim' of circumstance... why won't all these people just leave her alone... hey where are all the cameras? why aren't you taking my picture and talking about me on tv?  did I mention how much god has blessed me in the last 5 minutes?

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2013-05-15 03:40:10 PM  

Harmania: If she's a trophy wife, it must be an 8th place trophy. I can't believe anyone can wear that much eyeliner without actually serving as Batman's sidekick.


Everybody gets a trophy!
 
2013-05-15 03:42:24 PM  

Mr. Cat Poop: Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.

The guy is afraid to tell his wife that customers hate her food, and he is obviously hemorrhaging money to keep the store open to make her happy. If it's not a money laundering thing then she must be some kind of super nasty in the sex department. His whole keeping the tips and not letting anyone use the POS system makes me think laundering, but her whole thing of thinking she's amazing at everything and will do crazy shiat to prove it has me leaning towards sex fiend.

I knew those cakes were not hers immediately when I saw them, and I am not a foodie by any means. Ramsay must have known she was full of shiat.

This could be more epic than the video game controller guy.


He knew she didn't make them as soon as he saw her kitchen....Honestly, most restaurants get their desserts pre-made. Her fault was claiming that she made them herself, which is dishonest.
 
2013-05-15 03:42:45 PM  
OMG... I'm at the 29 minute mark and at the Ramsey/Samy face off.  This is like being a witness to a potential murder.
 
2013-05-15 03:43:46 PM  

PsyLord: OMG... I'm at the 29 minute mark and at the Ramsey/Samy face off.  This is like being a witness to a potential murder.


Too many witnesses.
 
2013-05-15 03:43:53 PM  
I don't normally care about these sorts of shows/entertainment, but this is goddamned amusing.

How long before they shut their doors, do you think?
 
2013-05-15 03:46:23 PM  

A Terrible Human: Mr. Coffee Nerves: Guys! Someone hacked my pants and shat them! Totes not me!

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And you were already on my favourites...
 
2013-05-15 03:49:45 PM  
Is the Fark pool up for when they shutdown? My money is on 28 days!
 
2013-05-15 03:52:22 PM  

MFAWG: I turned this episode off, because it just HAD to be fake on some level.

And yes, the British version was far superior.


No it  wasn't. It was crap. Worse part? Every episode had a scene where Ramsey would be talking about his strategy to save the resturant He'd be talking to the camera, and start to take his shirt off and put on his chef's coat.  It was strange as all fark.

/I would crack myself up thinking how farked up would it be if say the painter Bob Ross would do that, talk about the show, take his shirt off, and be putting on his smock....
 
2013-05-15 03:52:33 PM  
I like the way idiots like this start playing the "God Card" once they have dug themselve's into a sufficiently deep enough hole.
 
2013-05-15 03:52:38 PM  

FrancoFile: Mr. Cat Poop: Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.

The guy is afraid to tell his wife that customers hate her food, and he is obviously hemorrhaging money to keep the store open to make her happy. If it's not a money laundering thing then she must be some kind of super nasty in the sex department. His whole keeping the tips and not letting anyone use the POS system makes me think laundering, but her whole thing of thinking she's amazing at everything and will do crazy shiat to prove it has me leaning towards sex fiend.

I knew those cakes were not hers immediately when I saw them, and I am not a foodie by any means. Ramsay must have known she was full of shiat.

This could be more epic than the video game controller guy.

Nah, I don't see her doing the tearful backpedal apology when the death threats come rolling in.  She's more like the dipshiat neighbor who paraded a coffin in front of the girl dying from MS Huntington's.


That biatch didn't fare too well after all that,I'm guessing this isn't going to either unless Horrible Food Barbie is doing it for the lulz.
 
2013-05-15 03:52:47 PM  

392Zaphod: Is the Fark pool up for when they shutdown? My money is on 28 days!


Oh.  She's cornered.  She'll torch the place thinking she can get away with it by blaming it on someone else.

I say maybe a week.  Two tops.
 
2013-05-15 03:53:36 PM  

Vodka Zombie: 392Zaphod: Is the Fark pool up for when they shutdown? My money is on 28 days!

Oh.  She's cornered.  She'll torch the place thinking she can get away with it by blaming it on someone else.

I say maybe a week.  Two tops.


Aren't they in a mall?
 
2013-05-15 03:54:07 PM  
Y'know, their "restaurant" is not too far from where I work.

Tempting.....
 
2013-05-15 03:56:03 PM  

MythDragon: maniacbastard: thalassatx: Buncha Redshiats did it.

I took a redshiat once, scared the hell out of me.

I drank an entire bottle of this alchohol called Tattoo. It dyes the shiat out of your teeth and tounge. (in this case, blue). The next morning I peed normal, so I was wondering where the blue went. Well it went to my poo. I pooped blue for a week. It started off a dark navy blue, and gradualy lightened up to a sky and then baby powder blue.


Glad I'm not the only one.  Felt like absolute death the next day.  Quite deservedly.
 
2013-05-15 03:57:35 PM  
With the way she just fired the server over nothing, I assume Arizona is a right to work state?
 
2013-05-15 03:58:14 PM  

Vodka Zombie: 392Zaphod: Is the Fark pool up for when they shutdown? My money is on 28 days!

Oh.  She's cornered.  She'll torch the place thinking she can get away with it by blaming it on someone else.

I say maybe a week.  Two tops.


How long before s/he goes "missing"?

If they are connected, they're as radioactive as Hiroshima on an August day.
 
2013-05-15 03:58:44 PM  

Walker: [i.huffpost.com image 570x207]

Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.


Isn't it called the "Cyber Crime" Division?
 
2013-05-15 03:59:47 PM  

Strategeryz0r: With the way she just fired the server over nothing, I assume Arizona is a right to work state?


What gave it away?

Honestly, I don't see how those two farkwits get away with not having slashed tires every night after work.
 
2013-05-15 04:01:29 PM  

Infernalist: Strategeryz0r: With the way she just fired the server over nothing, I assume Arizona is a right to work state?

What gave it away?

Honestly, I don't see how those two farkwits get away with not having slashed tires every night after work.


They admit to firing 100 people in a year! I don't get how someone hasn't tossed a molotov through their front door!
 
2013-05-15 04:02:23 PM  
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Q&D.....
 
2013-05-15 04:02:31 PM  

Strategeryz0r: Infernalist: Strategeryz0r: With the way she just fired the server over nothing, I assume Arizona is a right to work state?

What gave it away?

Honestly, I don't see how those two farkwits get away with not having slashed tires every night after work.

They admit to firing 100 people in a year! I don't get how someone hasn't tossed a molotov through their front door!


Well, Samy is a mobster, so I guess he threatens them all with broken kneecaps if that happened.
 
2013-05-15 04:02:32 PM  

Infernalist: Strategeryz0r: With the way she just fired the server over nothing, I assume Arizona is a right to work state?

What gave it away?

Honestly, I don't see how those two farkwits get away with not having slashed tires every night after work.


I'm gonna go with "Cause there aren't any actual customers to piss off enough to fake them out thinking it wasn't their own employees"
 
2013-05-15 04:03:57 PM  

ItsMyNameYouCantHaveIt: Y'know, their "restaurant" is not too far from where I work.

Tempting.....


Somebody in last night's thread tried to go there, they were not letting anybody in the place.  There was a picture.
 
2013-05-15 04:05:06 PM  

Pauly Math: Vodka Zombie: 392Zaphod: Is the Fark pool up for when they shutdown? My money is on 28 days!

Oh.  She's cornered.  She'll torch the place thinking she can get away with it by blaming it on someone else.

I say maybe a week.  Two tops.

Aren't they in a mall?


I don't think she is the type to even have the concept of 'collateral damage' cross her mind, much less care if it did.
 I second the idea of one of them torching the place. Not just for insurance - its actually the only possible exit strategy that doesn't involve them admitting defeat by actively giving up, and it has the benefit of them being victims again and possibly culling sympathy and more attention. There isn't a downside for them.
 Hell, the husband may do it as -HIS- exit strategy from her money-losing dump even if she doesn't do it.
 
2013-05-15 04:05:38 PM  

Danger Mouse: MFAWG: I turned this episode off, because it just HAD to be fake on some level.

And yes, the British version was far superior.

No it  wasn't. It was crap. Worse part? Every episode had a scene where Ramsey would be talking about his strategy to save the resturant He'd be talking to the camera, and start to take his shirt off and put on his chef's coat.  It was strange as all fark.

/I would crack myself up thinking how farked up would it be if say the painter Bob Ross would do that, talk about the show, take his shirt off, and be putting on his smock....


Yeeees, it was so weird. So weird I had to pause it, replay it. Slow mo.

/I'll be in my bunk
 
2013-05-15 04:07:11 PM  

Tom_Slick: ItsMyNameYouCantHaveIt: Y'know, their "restaurant" is not too far from where I work.

Tempting.....

Somebody in last night's thread tried to go there, they were not letting anybody in the place.  There was a picture.


Dagummit.
 
2013-05-15 04:07:52 PM  
"Can I show you hundreds of reviews, that we didn't write, from people that support us!"

Usually when you have to say "that we didn't write" that means "we wrote them."
 
2013-05-15 04:08:13 PM  

Strategeryz0r: Infernalist: Strategeryz0r: With the way she just fired the server over nothing, I assume Arizona is a right to work state?

What gave it away?

Honestly, I don't see how those two farkwits get away with not having slashed tires every night after work.

They admit to firing 100 people in a year! I don't get how someone hasn't tossed a molotov through their front door!


I thought they were being sarcastic about that.  The initial claim was 50 and they said that was wrong.  The old man said 100 sarcastic like.  At least to me that's what I saw.
 
2013-05-15 04:10:20 PM  

ItsMyNameYouCantHaveIt: Tom_Slick: ItsMyNameYouCantHaveIt: Y'know, their "restaurant" is not too far from where I work.

Tempting.....

Somebody in last night's thread tried to go there, they were not letting anybody in the place.  There was a picture.

Dagummit.


No go see if they are open, then see if you are allowed to eat there.
 
2013-05-15 04:10:48 PM  
Volume is TERRIBLE (low, like someone recorded it with a phone) but this was on the news in 2010 regarding the Yelp reviews. Just for those who thought maybe it was an act of some kind.

Newp, they're nuts.


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Amy Bouzaglo of Amy's Baking Company on the news regarding a Yelp review.
 
2013-05-15 04:11:14 PM  

ItsMyNameYouCantHaveIt: Tom_Slick: ItsMyNameYouCantHaveIt: Y'know, their "restaurant" is not too far from where I work.

Tempting.....

Somebody in last night's thread tried to go there, they were not letting anybody in the place.  There was a picture.

Dagummit.


You *might* be able to BS your way in, but you'd need to convince that level of crazy that you aren't there for the lulz or for taking more photo/video/witness data for the intarwebz. Not sure anyone this side of Connery could pull off that acting job.
 
2013-05-15 04:11:19 PM  

Tom_Slick: ItsMyNameYouCantHaveIt: Tom_Slick: ItsMyNameYouCantHaveIt: Y'know, their "restaurant" is not too far from where I work.

Tempting.....

Somebody in last night's thread tried to go there, they were not letting anybody in the place.  There was a picture.

Dagummit.

No go see if they are open, then see if you are allowed to eat there.


Ask for the Sammy & Amy Meltdown.
 
2013-05-15 04:13:34 PM  
All you motherfarkers are gonna pay. You are the ones who are the ball-lickers. We're gonna fark your mothers while you watch and cry like little, whiny biatches. Once we get to court and find those Redshait farks who is makin' these posts... we're gonna make them eat our shiat, then shiat out our shiat, and then eat their shiat that's made up of our shiat that we made 'em eat. Then you're all you motherfarks are next. Love- Amy and Samy
 
2013-05-15 04:14:44 PM  
I don't have a tremendous amount of experience in the restaurant industry, but I will say I have yet to meet a restaurant owner who wasn't a huge asshole. Male or female. I don't know whether restaurants attract assholes or whether they start out nice and then end up as assholes, or what.

/haven't seen the show, don't want to
 
2013-05-15 04:15:22 PM  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: I do have to admit, though, that despite the fact that Amy is a thoroughly loathsome human being--and it pains me to say this--she is kinda hot. With that level of crazy, I bet she's an absolute force of nature between the sheets.


I don't know about that. During one portion of the show (maybe the end) she starts to get upset and her husband says 'you don't need to get and pray'. She's more nutty than Super-Chunk peanut butter.
 
2013-05-15 04:17:17 PM  

thaylin: http://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/have-amy-bouzaglo-committed /q 5JK3hhw


okay...now that's funny!
 
2013-05-15 04:17:34 PM  

Smelly Pirate Hooker: I don't have a tremendous amount of experience in the restaurant industry, but I will say I have yet to meet a restaurant owner who wasn't a huge asshole. Male or female. I don't know whether restaurants attract assholes or whether they start out nice and then end up as assholes, or what.

/haven't seen the show, don't want to


The restaurant business is ruthless.  Most fail in their first year, or so I hear.  Only the 'best' ones survive, either by having amazing food at cheap prices, or by ruthless exploitation somewhere in the system.
 
2013-05-15 04:17:58 PM  

Citrate1007: He knew she didn't make them as soon as he saw her kitchen....Honestly, most restaurants get their desserts pre-made. Her fault was claiming that she made them herself, which is dishonest.


All someone needs to do is go dumpster diving and find the boxes they come in, then post pics to Reddit...
 
2013-05-15 04:18:15 PM  

Smelly Pirate Hooker: I don't have a tremendous amount of experience in the restaurant industry, but I will say I have yet to meet a restaurant owner who wasn't a huge asshole. Male or female. I don't know whether restaurants attract assholes or whether they start out nice and then end up as assholes, or what.

/haven't seen the show, don't want to


I've met a few, but yeah, the majority think that YOU should feel lucky for being allowed to dine in THEIR restaurant.

They risked their life savings for what?  Your complaints?  GET THE fark OUT OF HERE IF YOU DON'T LIKE MY FOOD.  I AM GOD.
 
2013-05-15 04:18:25 PM  

Thorndyke Barnhard: NostroZ: cookiefleck: Mustafa and borderline Barbie are the gift that keeps on giving

Indeed.  Ya'lah it's Christmas!
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I was wondering about that line when I watched it...is she trying to say "YOLO" and just pronouncing it "Ya'lah"?

Does anybody else here understand the insane level of obnoxious one has to be to A) reference "YOLO" in the first place, and B) pronounce it all farked up like that?

(You're choice of spelling, btw, has my mind hillariously jumping back and forth between allusions to Islam and H.P. Lovecraft.)

Anyway, super entertaining episode.


It was determined in a similar thread yesterday that it was Ya'lah... Arabic... meaning "Lets go"
 
2013-05-15 04:21:05 PM  

FLMountainMan: MythDragon: maniacbastard: thalassatx: Buncha Redshiats did it.

I took a redshiat once, scared the hell out of me.

I drank an entire bottle of this alchohol called Tattoo. It dyes the shiat out of your teeth and tounge. (in this case, blue). The next morning I peed normal, so I was wondering where the blue went. Well it went to my poo. I pooped blue for a week. It started off a dark navy blue, and gradualy lightened up to a sky and then baby powder blue.

Glad I'm not the only one.  Felt like absolute death the next day.  Quite deservedly.


Oh yeah, I was pretty farking sick the next day. Never drank it again.
 
2013-05-15 04:21:17 PM  
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The Federal B.I. are out there looking into it.
 
2013-05-15 04:22:46 PM  
I want to go there the next time I'm upset and let loose on them.  If they kick me out, it should be cheaper than therapy.
 
2013-05-15 04:24:02 PM  

vudukungfu: All you motherfarkers are gonna pay. You are the ones who are the ball-lickers. We're gonna fark your mothers while you watch and cry like little, whiny biatches. Once we get to court and find those Redshait farks who is makin' these posts... we're gonna make them eat our shiat, then shiat out our shiat, and then eat their shiat that's made up of our shiat that we made 'em eat. Then you're all you motherfarks are next. Love- Amy and Samy


You left outsomething about Jebus and God and whatnot.
 
2013-05-15 04:24:29 PM  
Why would someone take the trouble to hack their account and then just rehash all the same type of crap they were spouting on the show?  Any true hacker whould have at least included a few good photoshops - why else bother.
 
2013-05-15 04:24:44 PM  

Smelly Pirate Hooker: I don't have a tremendous amount of experience in the restaurant industry, but I will say I have yet to meet a restaurant owner who wasn't a huge asshole. Male or female. I don't know whether restaurants attract assholes or whether they start out nice and then end up as assholes, or what.

/haven't seen the show, don't want to


I've worked in a couple of commercial kitchens (years ago, but still) and I can say this. In order to be successful in a private, non-chain type restaurant, ESPECIALLY if you're a chef, you need to be at least a LITTLE crazy (or at least insane) in order to pull it off long-term.

Otherwise, you'll burn out or self-destruct.
 
d23 [BareFark]
2013-05-15 04:24:55 PM  
Here is their astroturf Facebook page if you haven't seen it:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/I-support-Amys-Baking-Company-Bakery- Bo utique-Bistro-100-percent/592418000777885

I accidentally got into a verbal sparing match with her this morning.  I don't think I've seen anyone so entitled in my life...
 
2013-05-15 04:24:57 PM  

Smelly Pirate Hooker: /haven't seen the show, don't want to


Likewise. 25 years as a cook/chef.
Shows like that would make me twitch in my sleep.

I have had some wonderful revenge moments on owners though.
 
2013-05-15 04:26:11 PM