Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by semipenguin, Feb 10, 2015.
OK, so the 1 thing not mentioned in the article is this: why the hell did you put the shirt on the kid, and take a picture? The parents are not responsible for what the manufacturer did, but it's really inappropriate to have the kid wear it. "Of course, she has no idea what the shirt says." Oh really?
Why is it irresponsible to put it on a kid? I think it's cool.
ETA: If it makes you feel any better, The Police are a Christian rock band.
The fact that the parents are having a good time with it is awesome.
I always suspected that in Every Breath You Take, the "stalker" is Jesus.
I love everything about this story. The people, of course it was Golden Coral, it was her son's birthday and no way Golden Coral staff have not seen stuff way worse than this fatty's shirt.
Mother slams Golden Corral after she is kicked out of restaurant for dressing 'too provocatively' | Daily Mail Online
BTW/ this is a good example of what you see on tinder:
vs. what shows up at the door:
I would expect that reaction from Cracker Barrel. Not Golden Corral.
The only reason that they named it Cracker Barrel is because Honky Hut was already taken.
Golden Coral is wrong and she is also wrong for wearing that outfit in public.
Did anybody here see yesterday's episode of Beverly Hills 90210?
Beverly Hills becomes first U.S. city to ban tobacco sales
There's a thread for that
Miscellaneous News Thread
But isn't this thread the.........no, no, I'm not going to fall for this. Remember when Americans started calling French fries "freedom fries"? Well, here is a new one:
Freedom gas: U.S. Energy Department refers to natural gas as "freedom gas" in new press release - CBS News
Somebody needs to smack the US Energy Department with a baby.
I'm buying a Freedom Jeep.
It's owned by an Italian company.
Keep Toledo working!
If you click the link, it brings you back 2 pages, where you first posted this story.
That's what comes out of illegal immigrants when they make it through the border.
The May 21 vote was described as "near-final approval" of the tobacco ban. Final approval was given by yesterday's vote. I'm assuming the final vote is final and there will be no need for City Council to hold a final final vote.