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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 500
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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.
 
2013-05-15 01:36:56 PM
i.imgur.com
 
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.


blog.planetd21.com
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)
 
Bf+
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.  Tranny.  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
 
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