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2014-01-30 12:17:17 PM  
You have the right to remain silent... CHICKEN FARKER.
 
2014-01-30 12:18:57 PM  
Only a win-win if the cop had actually tasted the Pizza before discovering it had been spat on.
 
2014-01-30 12:20:30 PM  
ingat.info

/not like it was food or anything though
//probably helped moisten the shiatty crust
 
2014-01-30 12:20:36 PM  
Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.

So if your friend is good at acting sober you're pretty much farked, great law you got there....
 
2014-01-30 12:21:54 PM  
It's pretty easy to spot saliva within a vast pool of grease.
 
2014-01-30 12:22:24 PM  
Arrested for improving the food?
 
2014-01-30 12:24:38 PM  
Luckily he didn't shoot her repeatedly.
 
2014-01-30 12:26:09 PM  
Good. All food workers that spit in someone's meal should rot in prison where they belong.
 
2014-01-30 12:27:32 PM  
This is why you ask them to make it extra good, for a cop.
 
2014-01-30 12:27:43 PM  
That's not a very good idea right meow.
 
2014-01-30 12:28:08 PM  
Sounds like complete b.s. and most likely police harassment.
 
2014-01-30 12:28:28 PM  
Between the outrage I've read in tipping threads about spitting on food and the Fark cop hate, I'm curious to see where this thread is going to go...
 
2014-01-30 12:29:03 PM  
I'm torn - on the one hand, farking with food is juvenile, disgusting and should be dealt with severely. OTOH, it was a cop's food. I guess Pizza Hut should just do what the police union would do and give the manager a couple days off (with pay!) and claim that the investigation is "ongoing".
 
2014-01-30 12:30:07 PM  
Pizza Hut sucks ever since they discontinued their large Farva's.
 
2014-01-30 12:31:06 PM  

FunkOut: That's not a very good idea right meow.



i40.photobucket.com
 
2014-01-30 12:31:43 PM  
Drive careful meow, you hear?
 
2014-01-30 12:32:11 PM  

gretzkyscores: I'm torn - on the one hand, farking with food is juvenile, disgusting and should be dealt with severely. OTOH, it was a cop's food. I guess Pizza Hut should just do what the police union would do and give the manager a couple days off (with pay!) and claim that the investigation is "ongoing".


They will be working diligently with the community and ensure there is training so this doesn't happen again.
 
2014-01-30 12:33:03 PM  
How about passing Pizza Hut off as actual Pizza
 
2014-01-30 12:33:48 PM  
Wow, you can get a DUI for lending your car to a friend?  That's some bullshiat right there - a little spit on a pizza is nothing compared to what I'd want to do if that were me.
 
2014-01-30 12:36:53 PM  
Ahh pizza snob thread, someone needs to get the beer.

Pizza Hut sucks.
 
2014-01-30 12:38:09 PM  
All police are corrupt and are still subject to karma.
 
2014-01-30 12:38:20 PM  

gretzkyscores: I'm torn - on the one hand, farking with food is juvenile, disgusting and should be dealt with severely. OTOH, it was a cop's food. I guess Pizza Hut should just do what the police union would do and give the manager a couple days off (with pay!) and claim that the investigation is "ongoing".


I'm not. Two wrongs don't make a right.  If she did it she deserves what she got. Even if this guy was a dirty cop or enabled dirty cops by doing nothing, which is in no way established here by the way,  her actions would still be wrong.  Not to mention completely ineffective. If she really thought that this cop was a problem spitting on his 'pizza' wouldn't fix a thing.
 
2014-01-30 12:38:23 PM  

JerkyMeat: Sounds like complete b.s. and most likely police harassment.


i knew you liked it on your face but i didn't realize you like to eat it
 
2014-01-30 12:39:14 PM  
Liter' O Cola? Do we have Liter' O Cola?

/Just get a large Farva
//I don't want a large Farva, I want a Gotdamn Liter' O Cola!
///Liter is French for give me some f**king cola, or I'll break vous's f**king lip!
 
2014-01-30 12:41:50 PM  
Pizza Hut is the worst pizza chain in America, bar none.
 
2014-01-30 12:42:32 PM  
As the defendant removed the pizza from the oven I observed her cut her eyes and look at me.

th00.deviantart.net
 
2014-01-30 12:42:53 PM  

Egoy3k: gretzkyscores: I'm torn - on the one hand, farking with food is juvenile, disgusting and should be dealt with severely. OTOH, it was a cop's food. I guess Pizza Hut should just do what the police union would do and give the manager a couple days off (with pay!) and claim that the investigation is "ongoing".

I'm not. Two wrongs don't make a right.  If she did it she deserves what she got. Even if this guy was a dirty cop or enabled dirty cops by doing nothing, which is in no way established here by the way,  her actions would still be wrong.  Not to mention completely ineffective. If she really thought that this cop was a problem spitting on his 'pizza' wouldn't fix a thing.


Bullshiat. The right wrong can make a wrong right. I'm not saying spitting in an asshole cop's food is the best thing to do, but she definitely deserves to get some form of payback. She just needs to be more creative.
 
2014-01-30 12:44:04 PM  
Aren't cops immune to spit after a while?
 
2014-01-30 12:44:41 PM  

sigdiamond2000: Pizza Hut is the worst pizza chain in America, bar none.


www.belmontstakes.com
Really, worse than Little Caesars?
 
2014-01-30 12:44:56 PM  

Headso: Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.


idesofmarch: Wow, you can get a DUI for lending your car to a friend?  That's some bullshiat right there - a little spit on a pizza is nothing compared to what I'd want to do if that were me.


Seriously this!!! How can this even be legal.  A standard civilian is in no way equipped to judge the sobriety/inebriation of an individual... What if it's a large person who drinks regularly and even though they are acting and feeling sober, they're above the legal limit?

If you yourself are drunk, there is no way it should be your fault for giving the keys to what appears to be your much more sober friend.
 
2014-01-30 12:45:39 PM  

idesofmarch: Egoy3k: gretzkyscores: I'm torn - on the one hand, farking with food is juvenile, disgusting and should be dealt with severely. OTOH, it was a cop's food. I guess Pizza Hut should just do what the police union would do and give the manager a couple days off (with pay!) and claim that the investigation is "ongoing".

I'm not. Two wrongs don't make a right.  If she did it she deserves what she got. Even if this guy was a dirty cop or enabled dirty cops by doing nothing, which is in no way established here by the way,  her actions would still be wrong.  Not to mention completely ineffective. If she really thought that this cop was a problem spitting on his 'pizza' wouldn't fix a thing.

Bullshiat. The right wrong can make a wrong right. I'm not saying spitting in an asshole cop's food is the best thing to do, but she definitely deserves to get some form of payback. She just needs to be more creative.


You sound young, immature, and vindictive.
 
2014-01-30 12:45:55 PM  

sigdiamond2000: Pizza Hut is the worst pizza chain in America, bar none.


Worse than Raven Pizza?
 
2014-01-30 12:52:15 PM  

Buttknuckle: You sound young, immature, and vindictive.


Well you got vindictive right.
 
2014-01-30 12:53:09 PM  

Buttknuckle: You sound young, immature, and vindictive.


Also, I'm not going to take seriously an accusation of being young and immature from somebody called 'Buttknuckle.'
 
2014-01-30 12:53:59 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: sigdiamond2000: Pizza Hut is the worst pizza chain in America, bar none.

Worse than Raven Pizza?


Worst Pizza I ever had was from a place called Hobos but that was in Canada.

A mushroom olive pizza should not be made from green olives and canned mushrooms. God damn.
 
2014-01-30 12:56:37 PM  

idesofmarch: Buttknuckle: You sound young, immature, and vindictive.

Also, I'm not going to take seriously an accusation of being young and immature from somebody called 'Buttknuckle.'


will you take seriously comments about self-restraint and moral beahvior from someone named 'johnny_vegas'?
 
2014-01-30 12:59:40 PM  
I pretty much assume anything from Pizza Hut has been spat on.  Once you accept it, finishing the meal is easier.
 
2014-01-30 01:00:32 PM  

Headso: Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.

So if your friend is good at acting sober you're pretty much farked, great law you got there....


Sounds like a good law to me.
 
2014-01-30 01:00:43 PM  

johnny_vegas: idesofmarch: Buttknuckle: You sound young, immature, and vindictive.

Also, I'm not going to take seriously an accusation of being young and immature from somebody called 'Buttknuckle.'

will you take seriously comments about self-restraint and moral beahvior from someone named 'johnny_vegas'?


If they sound believable, sure.
 
2014-01-30 01:03:55 PM  
I've worked in places where I've seen servers spit in people's meals/drinks. Surprised the manager was so obvious about it. And it's not right at all that people fark with the our food but there are too many vengeful servers out there for customers to be acting like jerks to them. Have a service food issue? Just kindly ask for the manager and have them sort it out. No sense in antagonizing some wage slave who might fark with your food.
 
2014-01-30 01:06:17 PM  
Did she get fired?
 
2014-01-30 01:06:32 PM  
Wait,  A DUI when you didn't even drive?  That cannot be in anyway constitutional.

Also don't fark with the people who make your food,  This is common sense  The officer is an idiot.
 
2014-01-30 01:07:55 PM  

skinink: I've worked in places where I've seen servers spit in people's meals/drinks. Surprised the manager was so obvious about it. And it's not right at all that people fark with the our food but there are too many vengeful servers out there for customers to be acting like jerks to them. Have a service food issue? Just kindly ask for the manager and have them sort it out. No sense in antagonizing some wage slave who might fark with your food.

I
This is why I have a policy of never sending food back. If something is improperly done I mention it after I pay so that the problem can be corrected for future customers. I have never run into a situation where the order is so wrong I can't eat it at all, so I roll with it.
 
2014-01-30 01:09:01 PM  

idesofmarch: sigdiamond2000: Pizza Hut is the worst pizza chain in America, bar none.

[www.belmontstakes.com image 360x270]
Really, worse than Little Caesars?


Absolutely worse than Little Caesars. I'd eat Little Caesars in a heartbeat over Pizza Hut. Every Pizza Hut I've ever been in smells like boiled ass and ball sweat. At least you know what you're getting from Little Caesars, and it's half the price of Pizza Hut.
 
2014-01-30 01:09:16 PM  

Warlordtrooper: Wait,  A DUI when you didn't even drive?  That cannot be in anyway constitutional.


Wow, this should be good. How is this unconstitutional?
 
2014-01-30 01:09:55 PM  
When keepin' it real goes wrong ...
 
2014-01-30 01:11:13 PM  

stuffy: Did she get fired?


yes
 
2014-01-30 01:13:40 PM  

sigdiamond2000: idesofmarch: sigdiamond2000: Pizza Hut is the worst pizza chain in America, bar none.

[www.belmontstakes.com image 360x270]
Really, worse than Little Caesars?

Absolutely worse than Little Caesars. I'd eat Little Caesars in a heartbeat over Pizza Hut. Every Pizza Hut I've ever been in smells like boiled ass and ball sweat. At least you know what you're getting from Little Caesars, and it's half the price of Pizza Hut.


Huh, that's surprising. I wonder if you just happen to live in an area where the region's locations are horribly mismanaged, because I've generally had tolerable experiences with Pizza Hut. I recognize that it's not high-quality food, but I'd never go so far as 'boiled ass' - exceedingly greasy, sure...
 
2014-01-30 01:14:31 PM  

sigdiamond2000: idesofmarch: sigdiamond2000: Pizza Hut is the worst pizza chain in America, bar none.

[www.belmontstakes.com image 360x270]
Really, worse than Little Caesars?

Absolutely worse than Little Caesars. I'd eat Little Caesars in a heartbeat over Pizza Hut. Every Pizza Hut I've ever been in smells like boiled ass and ball sweat. At least you know what you're getting from Little Caesars, and it's half the price of Pizza Hut.


Pizza places are like burger places. Everyone talks about the best and worst but for their tier they are all pretty much the same.

Dominos, Little Ceaser, Pizza Hut, Papa Johns... it's all the same slightly different tasting crap.
 
2014-01-30 01:14:57 PM  

pkrzycki: Headso: Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.

idesofmarch: Wow, you can get a DUI for lending your car to a friend?  That's some bullshiat right there - a little spit on a pizza is nothing compared to what I'd want to do if that were me.

Seriously this!!! How can this even be legal.  A standard civilian is in no way equipped to judge the sobriety/inebriation of an individual... What if it's a large person who drinks regularly and even though they are acting and feeling sober, they're above the legal limit?

If you yourself are drunk, there is no way it should be your fault for giving the keys to what appears to be your much more sober friend.



I can't believe there are so many people to whom this is a surprise in here....I've known of a few people get popped this way.
 
2014-01-30 01:16:27 PM  

Headso: Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.

So if your friend is good at acting sober you're pretty much farked, great law you got there....



You're also in an incapacitated state if you've already acknowledged you're too drunk to drive.

Drunk people are assumed to be incapable of giving consent to have sex with them.

But they should be fully capable of identifying the sobriety level of a person trying to convince them they're fit to drive.

farked up laws.
 
2014-01-30 01:16:38 PM  

skinink: I've worked in places where I've seen servers spit in people's meals/drinks. Surprised the manager was so obvious about it. And it's not right at all that people fark with the our food but there are too many vengeful servers out there for customers to be acting like jerks to them. Have a service food issue? Just kindly ask for the manager and have them sort it out. No sense in antagonizing some wage slave who might fark with your food.


fark those people.  If you witnessed this and didn't get those co-workers fired, you're just as bad as they are.

So fark you too.
 
2014-01-30 01:19:43 PM  
It is amusing how people think handing your car keys to your (supposedly) LESS drunk friend should be A-OK under the law. I wonder if they feel the same way about operating firearms.

Drunk 1: Man, I am so wasted ... (slurs unintelligibly)
Drunk 2: Heh heh
Drunk 1: (falls, gets up) Here man, take my keys ...
Drunk 2: Score! (falls, gets up, opens door after two attempts, gets behind wheel)
Drunk 1: Zzzzzzzzzzzzz
Drunk 2: Yee haw! (screeches aways from curb)

Sounds legit.
 
2014-01-30 01:20:55 PM  

jst3p: Warlordtrooper: Wait,  A DUI when you didn't even drive?  That cannot be in anyway constitutional.

Wow, this should be good. How is this unconstitutional?


You really don't see the logical problem with convicting somebody of driving under the influence when they weren't even in the car in the first place?  The whole sleeping it off in a parking lot DUI's are questionable enough but now you want to punish people for the actions of others?
 
2014-01-30 01:26:44 PM  

Warlordtrooper: jst3p: Warlordtrooper: Wait,  A DUI when you didn't even drive?  That cannot be in anyway constitutional.

Wow, this should be good. How is this unconstitutional?

You really don't see the logical problem with convicting somebody of driving under the influence when they weren't even in the car in the first place?  The whole sleeping it off in a parking lot DUI's are questionable enough but now you want to punish people for the actions of others?


Handing your keys to someone who is drunk so they can drive? No, I have no problem with that being a crime.
 
2014-01-30 01:27:19 PM  

sigdiamond2000: idesofmarch: sigdiamond2000: Pizza Hut is the worst pizza chain in America, bar none.

[www.belmontstakes.com image 360x270]
Really, worse than Little Caesars?

Absolutely worse than Little Caesars.


I didn't think such a thing was possible. I remember when I was a kid, Little Caesars was pretty tasty, and I loved the crust varieties. An LC opened up in my city last year, and I made the mistake of trying it. It was by far the worst pizza I have ever had, and that includes no-name frozen pizzas. I am sure there is a reason they can sell large pizzas for $5 and still make a good profit, but I don't want to know it.  Domino's is fine dining compared to LC. This is in Canada, however... I don't know if there is a difference in the franchise south of the border.

I have given up on pizza chains entirely at this point. There are many mom-and-pop pizza joints around that make incredible pies.
 
2014-01-30 01:27:19 PM  

sigdiamond2000: idesofmarch: sigdiamond2000: Pizza Hut is the worst pizza chain in America, bar none.

[www.belmontstakes.com image 360x270]
Really, worse than Little Caesars?

Absolutely worse than Little Caesars. I'd eat Little Caesars in a heartbeat over Pizza Hut.



It's not that other pizza isn't bad, it's that Pizza Hut pizza is especially bad in the way only a large chain can be.

They brush partially hydrogenated cottonseed and soybean oil onto the crust for a "buttery" effect.

It results in some unnatural texture and greasiness that natural whole-food ingredients can't replicate. For me, it also results in a gastrointestinal distress, matched only by my now non-existent trips to What-a-burger.
 
2014-01-30 01:31:39 PM  
Ruining perfectly good spit by putting pizza hut on it isn't OK.
 
2014-01-30 01:35:44 PM  

jst3p: Warlordtrooper: jst3p: Warlordtrooper: Wait,  A DUI when you didn't even drive?  That cannot be in anyway constitutional.

Wow, this should be good. How is this unconstitutional?

You really don't see the logical problem with convicting somebody of driving under the influence when they weren't even in the car in the first place?  The whole sleeping it off in a parking lot DUI's are questionable enough but now you want to punish people for the actions of others?

Handing your keys to someone who is drunk so they can drive? No, I have no problem with that being a crime.


What if you lend your car to your best buddy for a weekend, and unbeknownst to you, he gets drunk and drives it.  You shouldn't be responsible for that, should you?  Amazingly, it doesn't sound as though their laws make this obvious distinction.
 
2014-01-30 01:38:34 PM  

jst3p: Headso: Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.

So if your friend is good at acting sober you're pretty much farked, great law you got there....

Sounds like a good law to me.


you sound authoritarian
 
2014-01-30 01:39:46 PM  

jst3p: Warlordtrooper: jst3p: Warlordtrooper: Wait,  A DUI when you didn't even drive?  That cannot be in anyway constitutional.

Wow, this should be good. How is this unconstitutional?

You really don't see the logical problem with convicting somebody of driving under the influence when they weren't even in the car in the first place?  The whole sleeping it off in a parking lot DUI's are questionable enough but now you want to punish people for the actions of others?

Handing your keys to someone who is drunk so they can drive? No, I have no problem with that being a crime.


DUI = Driving while intoxicated.  If you are sitting at home you are not driving....  Logic, how does it work?
 
2014-01-30 01:41:00 PM  

idesofmarch: jst3p: Warlordtrooper: jst3p: Warlordtrooper: Wait,  A DUI when you didn't even drive?  That cannot be in anyway constitutional.

Wow, this should be good. How is this unconstitutional?

You really don't see the logical problem with convicting somebody of driving under the influence when they weren't even in the car in the first place?  The whole sleeping it off in a parking lot DUI's are questionable enough but now you want to punish people for the actions of others?

Handing your keys to someone who is drunk so they can drive? No, I have no problem with that being a crime.

What if you lend your car to your best buddy for a weekend, and unbeknownst to you, he gets drunk and drives it.  You shouldn't be responsible for that, should you?  Amazingly, it doesn't sound as though their laws make this obvious distinction.


 Any person who is in possession and control of a motor vehicle and who knowingly permits any person who is under the influence of an intoxicant or drug to operate such vehicle on the public ways of this state is guilty of a crime.

http://www.tncrimlaw.com/TPI_Crim/38_07.htm

Actually it does. If I lend you my car today while you are sober and tomorrow you get smashed and drive I didn't knowingly permit someone under the influence of an intoxicant to operate my vehicle.
 
2014-01-30 01:42:11 PM  

Warlordtrooper: jst3p: Warlordtrooper: jst3p: Warlordtrooper: Wait,  A DUI when you didn't even drive?  That cannot be in anyway constitutional.

Wow, this should be good. How is this unconstitutional?

You really don't see the logical problem with convicting somebody of driving under the influence when they weren't even in the car in the first place?  The whole sleeping it off in a parking lot DUI's are questionable enough but now you want to punish people for the actions of others?

Handing your keys to someone who is drunk so they can drive? No, I have no problem with that being a crime.

DUI = Driving while intoxicated.  If you are sitting at home you are not driving....  Logic, how does it work?



See my post below where the statute is quoted.

We are talking about law, logic has no place here.
 
2014-01-30 01:44:41 PM  

idesofmarch: sigdiamond2000: Pizza Hut is the worst pizza chain in America, bar none.

[www.belmontstakes.com image 360x270]
Really, worse than Little Caesars?


I like Caesar's for what it is. I think their new(ish) square deep dish thing is pretty good, tons of cheese, crust tastes good. And if you are having a birthday party or something and just need a bunch of pizza really quickly, you can walk in off the street and walk out pretty much immediately with 4-5 large pizzas for roughly the same price as 2 would have cost you most other places. It's not artisinal and organic, with the tiny bubbles of imperfection... proof that it was crafted by the honest, hard-working, indigenous peoples of... wherever... but it's good enough.

My biggest problem with Pizza Hut is that they absolutely have no concept of what "extra cheese" means, especially now that they've started charging you extra for it because it doesn't count as a topping on a coupon for a "3 topping" pizza. When you're charging me $2.00 more for extra cheese, I damn well want lots of extra cheese, not just an additional light sprinkling (or, more likely, briefly considering an additional light sprinkling but not actually following through).

/I sound fat.
 
2014-01-30 01:45:07 PM  

Headso: jst3p: Headso: Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.

So if your friend is good at acting sober you're pretty much farked, great law you got there....

Sounds like a good law to me.

you sound authoritarian


We all are, to varying degrees. Drunk driving really grinds my gears. While I believe that the blood alcohol limits are too low, and I disagree with some methods of enforcement I believe that driving while actually impaired is an incredibly selfish, dangerous and stupid thing to do.
 
2014-01-30 01:45:47 PM  
Warlordtrooper: jst3p: Warlordtrooper: jst3p: Warlordtrooper: Wait,  A DUI when you didn't even drive?  That cannot be in anyway constitutional.

Wow, this should be good. How is this unconstitutional?

You really don't see the logical problem with convicting somebody of driving under the influence when they weren't even in the car in the first place?  The whole sleeping it off in a parking lot DUI's are questionable enough but now you want to punish people for the actions of others?

Handing your keys to someone who is drunk so they can drive? No, I have no problem with that being a crime.

DUI = Driving while intoxicated.  If you are sitting at home you are not driving....  Logic, how does it work?


See my post below where the statute is quoted.


wut

/I think you mean DWI.  I don't think any jurisdiction calls them DUI's anymore.  I believe they are DWI's or OVI's.
 
2014-01-30 01:49:53 PM  

idesofmarch: Really, worse than Little Caesars?


I tried little caesars for the first time today for lunch. I have to say it wasn't as bad as I was expecting. Not very good, but edible.

Better than Pappa John's
 
2014-01-30 01:50:30 PM  
A once asked my sister (a restaurant manager) about this. She said that if she ever saw an employee adulterate any food for any customer, she would immediately fire them and contact the police. No exceptions.

/get your revenge on your own time
 
2014-01-30 01:50:42 PM  

jst3p: Headso: jst3p: Headso: Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.

So if your friend is good at acting sober you're pretty much farked, great law you got there....

Sounds like a good law to me.

you sound authoritarian

We all are, to varying degrees. Drunk driving really grinds my gears. While I believe that the blood alcohol limits are too low, and I disagree with some methods of enforcement I believe that driving while actually impaired is an incredibly selfish, dangerous and stupid thing to do.


I don't think anyone is arguing that people who are actually driving drunk should not be charged with a crime. A law where a person giving another their keys and being charged with DUI is farked and the safe money is it only impacts poor people because 1. middle class and rich people ain't borrowing anyone's car... and B. a poor person won't be able to fight these bullshiat charges effectively so they just take a plea.
 
2014-01-30 01:52:06 PM  

jst3p: skinink: I've worked in places where I've seen servers spit in people's meals/drinks. Surprised the manager was so obvious about it. And it's not right at all that people fark with the our food but there are too many vengeful servers out there for customers to be acting like jerks to them. Have a service food issue? Just kindly ask for the manager and have them sort it out. No sense in antagonizing some wage slave who might fark with your food.
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This is why I have a policy of never sending food back. If something is improperly done I mention it after I pay so that the problem can be corrected for future customers. I have never run into a situation where the order is so wrong I can't eat it at all, so I roll with it.


This. Unless I order a burger and they bring me a squid or something, I'll eat it. I'm enough of a germophobe that I don't need to add this extra risk to my dining experience. Perhaps it's uncommon, but there's just no way I want to risk a sneezer.
 
2014-01-30 01:52:39 PM  

Egoy3k: gretzkyscores: I'm torn - on the one hand, farking with food is juvenile, disgusting and should be dealt with severely. OTOH, it was a cop's food. I guess Pizza Hut should just do what the police union would do and give the manager a couple days off (with pay!) and claim that the investigation is "ongoing".

I'm not. Two wrongs don't make a right.  If she did it she deserves what she got. Even if this guy was a dirty cop or enabled dirty cops by doing nothing, which is in no way established here by the way,  her actions would still be wrong.  Not to mention completely ineffective. If she really thought that this cop was a problem spitting on his 'pizza' wouldn't fix a thing.


Why did you put "pizza" in quotes? It wasn't a euphemism. She spat on an actual pizza.

/admittedly, tfa would be way more interesting if it was a euphemism. Imagine the Fark comments trying to guess what it meant.
 
2014-01-30 01:53:20 PM  

Headso: jst3p: Headso: jst3p: Headso: Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.

So if your friend is good at acting sober you're pretty much farked, great law you got there....

Sounds like a good law to me.

you sound authoritarian

We all are, to varying degrees. Drunk driving really grinds my gears. While I believe that the blood alcohol limits are too low, and I disagree with some methods of enforcement I believe that driving while actually impaired is an incredibly selfish, dangerous and stupid thing to do.

I don't think anyone is arguing that people who are actually driving drunk should not be charged with a crime. A law where a person giving another their keys and being charged with DUI is farked and the safe money is it only impacts poor people because 1. middle class and rich people ain't borrowing anyone's car... and B. a poor person won't be able to fight these bullshiat charges effectively so they just take a plea.


I feel for poor people. I used to be one. I worked three part time minimum wage jobs at the same time to get by. That being said, if poor people are handing their keys to drunk people so the drunk asshole can drive I am OK with those particular poor people being charged with a crime.
 
2014-01-30 02:00:44 PM  

jst3p: Any person who is in possession and control of a motor vehicle and who knowingly permits any person who is under the influence of an intoxicant or drug to operate such vehicle on the public ways of this state is guilty of a crime.

http://www.tncrimlaw.com/TPI_Crim/38_07.htm

Actually it does. If I lend you my car today while you are sober and tomorrow you get smashed and drive I didn't knowingly permit someone under the influence of an intoxicant to operate my vehicle.


Well good then - I'm OK with that.  From the way the law was characterized either in TFA or this thread, it didn't seem that way.

the cake is a pie: My biggest problem with Pizza Hut is that they absolutely have no concept of what "extra cheese" means, especially now that they've started charging you extra for it because it doesn't count as a topping on a coupon for a "3 topping" pizza. When you're charging me $2.00 more for extra cheese, I damn well want lots of extra cheese, not just an additional light sprinkling (or, more likely, briefly considering an additional light sprinkling but not actually following through).


I definitely agree that charging for extra cheese differently than another topic is BS, especially if they don't throw on enough cheese, but the last time I had extra cheese pizza from them it had twice as much cheese as normal - I felt they put on an appropriate amount.  Whether or not you get the extra probably depends on the quality of their staff - do they use the measuring cups intended for making sure the right amounts of cheese and toppings are used, or do they just guestimate handfuls?
 
2014-01-30 02:00:50 PM  

jst3p: Headso: jst3p: Headso: jst3p: Headso: Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.

So if your friend is good at acting sober you're pretty much farked, great law you got there....

Sounds like a good law to me.

you sound authoritarian

We all are, to varying degrees. Drunk driving really grinds my gears. While I believe that the blood alcohol limits are too low, and I disagree with some methods of enforcement I believe that driving while actually impaired is an incredibly selfish, dangerous and stupid thing to do.

I don't think anyone is arguing that people who are actually driving drunk should not be charged with a crime. A law where a person giving another their keys and being charged with DUI is farked and the safe money is it only impacts poor people because 1. middle class and rich people ain't borrowing anyone's car... and B. a poor person won't be able to fight these bullshiat charges effectively so they just take a plea.

I feel for poor people. I used to be one. I worked three part time minimum wage jobs at the same time to get by. That being said, if poor people are handing their keys to drunk people so the drunk asshole can drive I am OK with those particular poor people being charged with a crime.


An untrained person with no access to a breathalyzer is supposed to be able to just know that their friend is lying about not drinking? People can easily be over the limit but appear totally sober to the casual observer.
 
2014-01-30 02:05:13 PM  

Headso: jst3p: Headso: jst3p: Headso: jst3p: Headso: Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.

So if your friend is good at acting sober you're pretty much farked, great law you got there....

Sounds like a good law to me.

you sound authoritarian

We all are, to varying degrees. Drunk driving really grinds my gears. While I believe that the blood alcohol limits are too low, and I disagree with some methods of enforcement I believe that driving while actually impaired is an incredibly selfish, dangerous and stupid thing to do.

I don't think anyone is arguing that people who are actually driving drunk should not be charged with a crime. A law where a person giving another their keys and being charged with DUI is farked and the safe money is it only impacts poor people because 1. middle class and rich people ain't borrowing anyone's car... and B. a poor person won't be able to fight these bullshiat charges effectively so they just take a plea.

I feel for poor people. I used to be one. I worked three part time minimum wage jobs at the same time to get by. That being said, if poor people are handing their keys to drunk people so the drunk asshole can drive I am OK with those particular poor people being charged with a crime.

An untrained person with no access to a breathalyzer is supposed to be able to just know that their friend is lying about not drinking? People can easily be over the limit but appear totally sober to the casual observer.


I agree that it is an imperfect law, I am still OK with it.
 
2014-01-30 02:24:54 PM  

Headso: So if your friend is good at acting sober you're pretty much farked, great law you got there....


Under that circumstance you were probably drinking WITH your friend, you are probably fully aware... just saying.
 
2014-01-30 02:25:46 PM  
If you are not sure, take a cab.
 
2014-01-30 02:27:55 PM  

Dragonflew: sigdiamond2000: idesofmarch: sigdiamond2000: Pizza Hut is the worst pizza chain in America, bar none.

[www.belmontstakes.com image 360x270]
Really, worse than Little Caesars?

Absolutely worse than Little Caesars.

I didn't think such a thing was possible. I remember when I was a kid, Little Caesars was pretty tasty, and I loved the crust varieties. An LC opened up in my city last year, and I made the mistake of trying it. It was by far the worst pizza I have ever had, and that includes no-name frozen pizzas. I am sure there is a reason they can sell large pizzas for $5 and still make a good profit, but I don't want to know it.  Domino's is fine dining compared to LC. This is in Canada, however... I don't know if there is a difference in the franchise south of the border.

I have given up on pizza chains entirely at this point. There are many mom-and-pop pizza joints around that make incredible pies.



That's your problem right there. You're comparing pizzas to pies.
 
2014-01-30 02:57:59 PM  
In the other fark-food thread, cops are ignoring that some punk poured bleach in the basketball team's drinks.

// The only good cop...
 
2014-01-30 03:30:59 PM  

Egoy3k: Two wrongs don't make a right


No, but three wrongs do.

/oh wait, that's three lefts.
 
2014-01-30 04:33:39 PM  
fark this guy.  He spit in the cop's food.  That's how he handles shiat.  Makes me worry that if I go in there it's going to be a day he got called in on his day off, and he'll ruin my food, too.

easy solution.  you lock him up for a month... naw a week would suffice.  you tell him that one of every 3-4 meals he eats will be spit in by the guards.  he won't know which ones, but has to eat each meal to get released.  Because that's what anyone who ordered Pizza there recently is wondering.
 
2014-01-30 04:37:25 PM  
I think there are a few states where the passanger(s) can get arrested as well for being intoxicated. Usually they will get charged with public intoxication. I always thought that was messed up.
 
2014-01-30 04:45:43 PM  
Is it really that hard to spell litre correctly?
 
2014-01-30 04:49:32 PM  

Perducci: Is it really that hard to spell litre correctly?


Is it really that hard to understand that different countries sometimes spell words differently? Liter in the USA, litre in the UK and Canada.

/"liter" looks weird to me too
//Canadian
 
2014-01-30 06:03:24 PM  

Slartibartfaster: If you are not sure, take a cab.


If you are not sure of your friend, tell them to walk or drive them yourself.  I have family I won't loan my vehicles to.
 
2014-01-30 06:09:09 PM  

Warlordtrooper: Wait,  A DUI when you didn't even drive?  That cannot be in anyway constitutional.

Also don't fark with the people who make your food,  This is common sense  The officer is an idiot.


Fast food workers should be above the law?

fark that.
 
2014-01-30 06:34:50 PM  

Smackledorfer: Warlordtrooper: Wait,  A DUI when you didn't even drive?  That cannot be in anyway constitutional.

Also don't fark with the people who make your food,  This is common sense  The officer is an idiot.

Fast food workers should be above the law?

fark that.


lol wut?

219.com
 
2014-01-30 06:38:11 PM  
The part about the cop not being asked for a name when placing the order sounds fictitious. I doubt that the alleged spitter ever spoke with him on the phone before, only in person and/or heard his voice in court. Nor is it likely that the phone number would be familiar.

The most likely scenario I see is that the cop was recognized when he arrived and the Pizza Hut and perhaps some words or glares were exchanged, then the cop fabricated the entire incident, going a wee bit too far with the implausible bit about not being asked his name.

Is it possible that the server spit in the food after recognizing him? Sure. But the implausibility of the name issue makes me question it.
 
2014-01-30 07:02:27 PM  

AndreMA: The part about the cop not being asked for a name when placing the order sounds fictitious. I doubt that the alleged spitter ever spoke with him on the phone before, only in person and/or heard his voice in court. Nor is it likely that the phone number would be familiar.

The most likely scenario I see is that the cop was recognized when he arrived and the Pizza Hut and perhaps some words or glares were exchanged, then the cop fabricated the entire incident, going a wee bit too far with the implausible bit about not being asked his name.

Is it possible that the server spit in the food after recognizing him? Sure. But the implausibility of the name issue makes me question it.


the implausibility that she looked at him while spitting is far worse, imo.  i mean, i know people are generally capable of being that dumb but seriously.  she had to be smarter than to look at the guy and lean down and spit in it while he's watching.
 
2014-01-30 07:44:19 PM  

Perducci: Is it really that hard to spell litre correctly?


Boy, you non-TotalFarkers are touchy!
 
2014-01-30 07:49:49 PM  
The cop 'farked with' his foodmaker twice: once enforcing drinking and driving laws, the second not allowing her to spit in his food


Which law should not have been enforced? Or is there something I missed in tfa.
 
2014-01-30 08:40:48 PM  

Headso: Engle, who pleaded guilty earlier this month, had knowingly allowed a friend to drive her car drunk, which is also a DUI charge under Tennessee law.

So if your friend is good at acting sober you're pretty much farked, great law you got there....


Yeah, holy shiat that's a terrible law.
 
2014-01-31 12:12:23 AM  

OnlyM3: In the other fark-food thread, cops are ignoring that some punk poured bleach in the basketball team's drinks.

// The only good cop...


yeah no...cops referred it to Juvenile and they are investigating and will decide what to do.
But don't let that get in the way of you pissing your pants......
/if you weren't cowering behind your computer you would be licking boots like you read about
 
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