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2014-03-18 06:22:22 PM  
2 votes:
Subway employee did a dumb thing.
Oven was cleaned.
Manager apologized.
Manager made amends (coupons for free subs).
Employee apologized.

Customer needs to put on her big girl pants and get over it. You don't need to fire people over every little mistake and breach of protocol.
2014-03-18 05:56:44 PM  
2 votes:
Employee shouldn't have done that, although the lady who reported it sounds like a drama queen.
2014-03-19 08:40:48 AM  
1 votes:

OhioUGrad: Tyrosine: OhioUGrad: Tyrosine: Subway employee did a dumb thing.
Oven was cleaned.
Manager apologized.
Manager made amends (coupons for free subs).
Employee apologized.

Customer needs to put on her big girl pants and get over it. You don't need to fire people over every little mistake and breach of protocol.

Um, when it comes to health, yeah you do. Just because the girl says the oven was clean, are you going to believe her when she was stupid enough to put wet socks and gloves in an oven and post the pictures online? Fire the coont.

First, Subway's bread is baked in loaf trays, so it never comes in contact with the racks themselves. Secondly, bread is bake at +400C, so regardless of whether or not the oven was cleaned any bacteria or viruses will be killed by the cooking process. Unsavory? Sure. A "health" risk? No.

Oh, if you think drying clothing in the ovens is bad you should really stop eating atrestaurants and avoid processed food of any kind. Having worked in a brewery I've been in 100's ofrestaurant kitchens and 90% of them would terrify someone assqueamish as you (e.g. I once saw uncovered food stored next to an open sewer at a very highly regarded Tex-Mexrestaurant in Toronto). Processed food is even worse as there are tolerance thresholds for contamination that are well above "zero" (it would turn your stomach to see what apple orchards ship to canneries for juicing).

Thankfully I don't eat much fast food or processed food....but also not having something shoved in our faces allows us plausible deniability in our minds. You can bet any local place where I actually witnessed something that eliminated my plausible deniability would never be visited again.......so again, fire the coont.


It takes more than a little cognitive dissonance to have faith in the competing philosophies of "even potential safety infractions deserve termination" and "ignorance is bliss". According to your profile you're an educated man. You should really put some effort into having logically consistent views.
2014-03-18 08:05:48 PM  
1 votes:

Tyrosine: Subway employee did a dumb thing.
Oven was cleaned.
Manager apologized.
Manager made amends (coupons for free subs).
Employee apologized.

Customer needs to put on her big girl pants and get over it. You don't need to fire people over every little mistake and breach of protocol.


Um, when it comes to health, yeah you do. Just because the girl says the oven was clean, are you going to believe her when she was stupid enough to put wet socks and gloves in an oven and post the pictures online? Fire the coont.
2014-03-18 07:50:40 PM  
1 votes:
If you can't walk into a restaurant without shoes, why would it ever be okay to put your socks in the oven?

And more importantly, who would ever take their socks and shoes off in the Subway?
2014-03-18 06:44:13 PM  
1 votes:
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