skinink: Well, that's what I get for not reading all the way through to see it's a joke.
jayfurr: As angry pointless online rants go, this one is pretty good.
mantis!: I thought the main point of the post was to advertise his card game-thingy linked at the bottom of the article? Something about silly arguments about crazy fights. Guess not if no one else has mentioned it by now.I was glad to see it was a made up rant, because both the worker and complaint seemed to dumb to be real./Came in hoping people would be talking about the card game or at least complaining that this link was just an ad for the game.
Quantum Apostrophe: If these guys made it that way:[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x326]They'd charge you 16$ for it and people would gape in wonder.
OhioUGrad: He probably made the burrito like that on purpose. When I was in HS, I had friends who worked in fast food and intentionally would fark with people (nothing rude just silly/stupid stuff). If I ever came through the drive-thru and they were working and ordered something like no tomato, my cheeseburger would have 5 slices of tomato.
SlothB77: this guy sounds like he is:A) FatandB) Doesn't really have much important going on in his lifeand hasC) Anger issuesget over it, dude. it was a horrible burrito. mix it up with a fork and enjoy.
Almost Everybody Poops: ITT: People I can easily identify that did not read the article to the end.
LoneVVolf: Maddox has a new page?
zenferret: I'm feelin' his pain.[i39.tinypic.com image 850x637]
big pig peaches: Ishidan: LoneWolf343: If you pay someone $7.25 an hour, expect a $7.25/hr job.Minus taxes, commute costs, and other assorted bullshiat...more like five an hour, no benefits.Paying the incompetent more isn't suddenly going to make them competent.
violentsalvation: Every Taco Bell 7-layer burrito I've ever had has been assembled just like that.
SuperNinjaToad: violentsalvation: Every Taco Bell 7-layer burrito I've ever had has been assembled just like that.BS is BS. TB's steak burrito is actually half way decent for a fast food joint.
ZeroCorpse: OhioUGrad: He probably made the burrito like that on purpose. When I was in HS, I had friends who worked in fast food and intentionally would fark with people (nothing rude just silly/stupid stuff). If I ever came through the drive-thru and they were working and ordered something like no tomato, my cheeseburger would have 5 slices of tomato.And this is why I buy food at grocery stores and cook it myself. Fast food is usually an experiment in misery, and sit-down restaurants vary so wildly that you really have to know you can trust them before taking a chance.
gadian: Minimum wage is for workers to show up and do the minimum amount of work. Just enough to qualify to get paid. In return, the employer pays that worker the minimum they are legally allowed to pay.That is the social contract of these things.If you expect more than the minimum from a minimum wage worker, you are the problem, not the minimum wage worker. If you want that minimum wage worker to give you 110%! or some crap your dad told you about over and over when you were little, you need to spend time pondering the nature of minimum wage work. Mostly being that high levels of motivation, pride, and dedication are, at best, at odds with the very idea of minimum wage work. At worst, I suppose that it is some cruelty to expect anyone to provide more than the minimum effort for a minimum wage.
KresentPhresh: I hope your babies look like monkeys.
xalres: Actually, I'd be impressed if someone were able to make a burrito layered like that without the ingredients being swirled together in the process. It made me think of an interesting idea, make a vertically layered burrito but with different burritos. So you could get, say, an asada/chile verde/pastor burrito. They'd need to find a way to separate them, some kind of edible semi-permeable membrane to keep the flavor sections separated. Someone with more time and less of a procrastinative* streak needs to make this happen.*is that a word
Potter82: This worker committed a food related atrocity
Lando Lincoln: Unless we convert to a Star Trek moneyless style of living, someone will always have a job that makes the "minimum wage."
MrEricSir: MrEricSir: ITT: Proof thatfark. Let's try again.ITT: Proof that < 10% of Farkers actually read the article they comment on.
super_grass: Lando Lincoln: Unless we convert to a Star Trek moneyless style of living, someone will always have a job that makes the "minimum wage."Solution: eliminate the minimum wage so nobody has to live on it.
ski9600: drjekel_mrhyde: Okay I know one of you farkers ate a tongue or brain burrito. How does each one taste?Lengue tacos. Very good. Beefy, no funk.
USA Prime Credit Peggy: highendmighty: If you're from California, try this place: "_____berto's"Off the top of my head:Alejandro'sAlejandra'sAlberto'sAlbertaco'sAdalberto'sAnd that's just in a ten mile radius from my house./Carne Asada Nachos, Por Favor
NutWrench: I never thought it would be possible to screw up a burrito like that.
kzspam: Man, I want a burrito in the worst way right now...
LoneWolf343: If you pay someone $7.25 an hour, expect a $7.25/hr job.
NorCalLos: kzspam: Man, I want a burrito in the worst way right now...Up the butt? If you can think of a worse way, I don't want to know what it is.
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