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One time Customer

Des Plaines, IL

#63 Jan 27, 2013
Pretty sure the skanks they had in the bar area didn't help either. I mean people, especially older men, want to see some cute, young, skinny thing. Not some elephant or midget. Just sayin. But them closing is also a little thing called KARMA!!! Right, Tara? And the rest of your group. And I don't mean just the restaurant group, look who you associate with in public. Word of mouth in the business world can make or break you.... Especially in a dump like clay county.
Abc

London, KY

#64 Jan 28, 2013
I wish they would reopen or give us the recipes lol, the best fries and burgers ever! Omg... the pulled pork was the best!!!!!!!!
train wreck

London, KY

#65 Jan 29, 2013
One time Customer wrote:
Pretty sure the skanks they had in the bar area didn't help either. I mean people, especially older men, want to see some cute, young, skinny thing. Not some elephant or midget. Just sayin. But them closing is also a little thing called KARMA!!! Right, Tara? And the rest of your group. And I don't mean just the restaurant group, look who you associate with in public. Word of mouth in the business world can make or break you.... Especially in a dump like clay county.
And just exactly who are you referring to as associates? You know so much....not! You called her out, who are you?
Bring It

London, KY

#66 Jan 29, 2013
One time Customer wrote:
Pretty sure the skanks they had in the bar area didn't help either. I mean people, especially older men, want to see some cute, young, skinny thing. Not some elephant or midget. Just sayin. But them closing is also a little thing called KARMA!!! Right, Tara? And the rest of your group. And I don't mean just the restaurant group, look who you associate with in public. Word of mouth in the business world can make or break you.... Especially in a dump like clay county.
Are you that ugly girl that nearly got her face ripped off in a car wreck? Yep....it's you. Shame on you. Just cause your man can't control himself gives you no right to attack someone else. He ran his mouth on you like a dog, honey. I know who the rest of her group is and you clearly know nothing about any of them. Get a life, keep your skanky man at home where you can keep an eye on him. That should keep you occupied for awhile. Tootles.
One time Customer

Milwaukee, WI

#67 Jan 31, 2013
Ha! Yeah. Car wreck. That's me, since I've never been in a car crash my entire life.
Hugh

Wheelwright, KY

#68 Feb 3, 2013
G Bonn
Candace

Frankfort, KY

#69 Feb 26, 2013
Based upon these bigoted comments, it is now wonder the rest of the country thinks everyone in Kentucky is an idiot. All you bible thumpers need to learn a little tolerance. I am happy I don't live in Clay County, and nothing will ever succeed in your little hick town with inhabitants like most of these.

Since: Aug 12

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#70 Feb 26, 2013
I would prefer to answer this at the right time. Maybe closer to election time. You have no clue what you are talking about when it comes to how the State was suppose to pick those to get a license; until then I will let you think about it.
KYOLA wrote:
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The state chose the two applicants they judged would be the most profitable for the county over the long term. Aside from the minimal administrative tax and the fixed business license fee, the city does not profit directly from sales or other taxes through the operation of these establishments. The county does levy a 1% payroll tax.
http://www.kyola.org/images/pdfs/occtax201207...
KYOLA

Williamsburg, KY

#71 Feb 26, 2013
214 Main wrote:
I would prefer to answer this at the right time. Maybe closer to election time. You have no clue what you are talking about when it comes to how the State was suppose to pick those to get a license; until then I will let you think about it.
<quoted text>
I got a star and a life preserver and all you got was a beaglepuss.

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#72 Feb 27, 2013
But all I need is the truth... I got it.
KYOLA wrote:
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I got a star and a life preserver and all you got was a beaglepuss.
KYOLA

Williamsburg, KY

#73 Feb 27, 2013
214 Main wrote:
I would prefer to answer this at the right time. Maybe closer to election time. You have no clue what you are talking about when it comes to how the State was suppose to pick those to get a license; until then I will let you think about it.
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Okay I'll bite, what did I get wrong?

Should I have said "recommended" instead of "chose"?

The state doesn't pick anyone, that was an entirely local decision, but the ABC will point out those in arrears or in bad standing. The ABC will not consider anyone for a license until the potential applicant receives a local permit.
Blah Blah

London, KY

#74 Feb 27, 2013
214 Main your location sux. It was a local decision and everyone knew that or at least everyone who read the paper work. The mayor was forced to pick 2 locations or 2 applicants that could afford to invest big and who could produce big income. They picked the 2 with the biggest bank accounts. It was not a personal attack on you, it was business. You made it personal and clearly your personal feelings toward one man named George Saylor clouds your opinions on other issues concerning the city. There were other applicants that got denied, you are not the lone ranger. You have to admit the experience and the financial ability of the 2 winning applicants trumphed you. Man you don't even have adaquate parking. Your property would serve well as a law office or as it was built for, a place to pay your utility bills but it would never be a place for a booming business. I am sorry man but I have to go along with George on his decision about this one and that is a rare thing for me to do. I'm usually on the opposite side of George but he got this one right.
Blah Blah

London, KY

#75 Feb 27, 2013
Twisted sister's closed because of lousy food, bad management and poor service. It was for no other reason and most people agree with my statement. I went in there several times and they didn't have food they listed on their menu. The few times I ate there, it was processed food and not worth the price they were charging. Clay County people gave them a chance, they couldn't deliver a good product. THE END

Since: Aug 12

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#76 Feb 28, 2013
This isn't an election year is it? No I didn't think so.
KYOLA wrote:
<quoted text>Okay I'll bite, what did I get wrong?

Should I have said "recommended" instead of "chose"?

The state doesn't pick anyone, that was an entirely local decision, but the ABC will point out those in arrears or in bad standing. The ABC will not consider anyone for a license until the potential applicant receives a local permit.

Since: Aug 12

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#77 Feb 28, 2013
You are entitled to your opinion, everybody has one. All I have is the truth, that's all I need.
Blah Blah wrote:
214 Main your location sux. It was a local decision and everyone knew that or at least everyone who read the paper work. The mayor was forced to pick 2 locations or 2 applicants that could afford to invest big and who could produce big income. They picked the 2 with the biggest bank accounts. It was not a personal attack on you, it was business. You made it personal and clearly your personal feelings toward one man named George Saylor clouds your opinions on other issues concerning the city. There were other applicants that got denied, you are not the lone ranger. You have to admit the experience and the financial ability of the 2 winning applicants trumphed you. Man you don't even have adaquate parking. Your property would serve well as a law office or as it was built for, a place to pay your utility bills but it would never be a place for a booming business. I am sorry man but I have to go along with George on his decision about this one and that is a rare thing for me to do. I'm usually on the opposite side of George but he got this one right.
Speaking up

Somerset, KY

#78 Feb 28, 2013
The location was not a good one for 214 main. Years ago down town was thriving, it's dead now. Saylor knows business. He had a store at the bottom of the hill that closed years ago. The cafe in the basement was once a business attraction. The smell from that place would starve you to death. Old doc becknell was there, the only drug store in manchester was there and then there was the ben franklin store but now all you got is vintage junk and lawyer offices. Down town is the slums and nothing will revive it again. The only people that go there is the people who have to pay there taxes or be in court. You don't have anything there to attract business besides 214 mains drive thru would have been a disaster on court day. The only parking area is owned by neither 214 or the city. There is no beer or whiskey worth throwing your hiking boots on and hiking up that hill from the parking lot in front of Pats. Saylor had to look at the parking availability so if anyone knocked 214 main out of the license it was probably the owner of that parking area. You can't just use peoples property without a legal right. That is not public property or free public parking. 214 had about 5 parking spaces of his own and I heard on inspection day, his building was not up to code and he had no official printed plans or license construction crew to show plans of completing the building. He was one of many that got denied. There was no crooked deals that knocked him out of the license it was just a bad location. I would have liked to seen local property owners get the license but Saylor has to consider location, surrounding business that a liquor store could attract more customers, trafic flow and I doubt the liquor would bring business to the churches and vintage junk stores. Love to be able to walk in the basement and order me some pork chops with mashed potatoes and soup beans. I have made myself hungry by just thinking about that place.
Patron

London, KY

#79 Mar 1, 2013
The waitresses were awful. I was told some of them were stealing money, that couldn't help the business.
Eater

London, KY

#80 Mar 3, 2013
Patron wrote:
The waitresses were awful. I was told some of them were stealing money, that couldn't help the business.
nasty Nikki?? Lol
lol

Williamsburg, KY

#81 Mar 4, 2013
Blah Blah wrote:
Twisted sister's closed because of lousy food, bad management and poor service. It was for no other reason and most people agree with my statement. I went in there several times and they didn't have food they listed on their menu. The few times I ate there, it was processed food and not worth the price they were charging. Clay County people gave them a chance, they couldn't deliver a good product. THE END
i agree with every thing you said..went there one and only time during clay co days and it was bad..the food the service and the fact that i had to look at girls huged up with girls and 2 damn men lustng on each other...no way was i going back there dammit!
babydee

London, KY

#82 Mar 4, 2013
My husband & I got to eat there 1 time before it closed & the food was great! We hated to see it close & as far as someone else's sexual choice, that's their business & no one else's. You would think people would have been glad to have had another business here for the employment but evidentally not!

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