Crazy Good COOKOUT! Forget the truck,...

Crazy Good COOKOUT! Forget the truck, save a buck!

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CHECKER

Morristown, TN

#1 Nov 28, 2012
You know that long line going down the street at the new Cookout Restaurant has GOT to just KILL that smart-ass Crazy Burger and his bitch of a wife, he's hardly even had a line at the truck window let alone down the street.

Since: Oct 08

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#2 Nov 28, 2012
The Cookout Restaurant was not open when I was in Morristown last week, so I didn't get to try it. I will try it the next time I am in town. My husband and I did get some burgers and fries from the Crazy Good truck, and they were very good. The guy who brought them out to our car was very nice, too.

I do not understand the mentality of someone who wishes bad things to happen to someone who is simply trying to make a living. If you don't like the burgers, don't buy them. It's that simple.

If you hate the owner and his wife, so be it. I've read that they try to use local products, which helps the local economy. I think they employ a few people, so you are wishing for those people to lose their jobs, as well. In the long run, that could not be good for Morristown.
yoursilly

Morristown, TN

#3 Nov 28, 2012
Ex-Vol in FL wrote:
The Cookout Restaurant was not open when I was in Morristown last week, so I didn't get to try it. I will try it the next time I am in town. My husband and I did get some burgers and fries from the Crazy Good truck, and they were very good. The guy who brought them out to our car was very nice, too.
I do not understand the mentality of someone who wishes bad things to happen to someone who is simply trying to make a living. If you don't like the burgers, don't buy them. It's that simple.
If you hate the owner and his wife, so be it. I've read that they try to use local products, which helps the local economy. I think they employ a few people, so you are wishing for those people to lose their jobs, as well. In the long run, that could not be good for Morristown.
blah, blah. the person who wrote the above is either the truck owner or their number #1 fan, Mark because its the same ole same ole every time someone states their opinion on this guy and his food. I could careless where he buys his products from because the end result is not very tasty at all. I have never been a fan of an overpriced, gray, tasteless mushy burger.

All this touting "helping local economy" is nonsense, if he could buy it cheaper and faster elsewhere, guess what, he would. No question about it so it has zero to do with helping the local economy.

I am not wishing anyone to lose their job, I am just merely stating that the crazy good burger truck food is NOT worth the price and yes, after the way the owner has come on topix and blew his own horn and started acting like such a snob, yes, I think its very funny when someone like that gets a taste of reality and humility.

The negativity he gets, he brought on himself with his better than you attitude, high prices, and not so good food and honestly, if I were one of the people working for him, I'd be looking for another job real quick and that's not me wishing them to lose their job and I am not going to make or break the truck dude, like I said, he did that to himself so stop you're whining, if my opinion on topix could hurt his business, he's in trouble.

Since: Oct 08

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#5 Nov 28, 2012
yoursilly wrote:
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blah, blah. the person who wrote the above is either the truck owner or their number #1 fan, Mark because its the same ole same ole every time someone states their opinion on this guy and his food. I could careless where he buys his products from because the end result is not very tasty at all. I have never been a fan of an overpriced, gray, tasteless mushy burger.
All this touting "helping local economy" is nonsense, if he could buy it cheaper and faster elsewhere, guess what, he would. No question about it so it has zero to do with helping the local economy.
I am not wishing anyone to lose their job, I am just merely stating that the crazy good burger truck food is NOT worth the price and yes, after the way the owner has come on topix and blew his own horn and started acting like such a snob, yes, I think its very funny when someone like that gets a taste of reality and humility.
The negativity he gets, he brought on himself with his better than you attitude, high prices, and not so good food and honestly, if I were one of the people working for him, I'd be looking for another job real quick and that's not me wishing them to lose their job and I am not going to make or break the truck dude, like I said, he did that to himself so stop you're whining, if my opinion on topix could hurt his business, he's in trouble.
Just because you change your avatar every time you post does not mean that everyone does. Check out my location. I'm pretty sure the owners of Crazy Good Burgers as well as Mark are probably in Morristown. Unlike us, they probably are not even looking at Topix.
Giggles

Morristown, TN

#8 Nov 28, 2012
Nah nah nah nah hey hey hey
GOODBYE!!!!!! See ya at the unemployment office corbin
no thank you

Fayetteville, NC

#9 Nov 28, 2012
CHECKER wrote:
You know that long line going down the street at the new Cookout Restaurant has GOT to just KILL that smart-ass Crazy Burger and his bitch of a wife, he's hardly even had a line at the truck window let alone down the street.
I like crazy good burgers, haven't tried cookout yet. Either way, I'll eat crazy good over any other burger in town. Corporate burgers have to be sub par. I think people should help local biz first..DAMN THE MAN, SAVE THE EMPIRE!
OVER IT

Morristown, TN

#12 Nov 29, 2012
Ex-Vol in FL wrote:
The Cookout Restaurant was not open when I was in Morristown last week, so I didn't get to try it. I will try it the next time I am in town. My husband and I did get some burgers and fries from the Crazy Good truck, and they were very good. The guy who brought them out to our car was very nice, too.
I do not understand the mentality of someone who wishes bad things to happen to someone who is simply trying to make a living. If you don't like the burgers, don't buy them. It's that simple.
If you hate the owner and his wife, so be it. I've read that they try to use local products, which helps the local economy. I think they employ a few people, so you are wishing for those people to lose their jobs, as well. In the long run, that could not be good for Morristown.
I hope you enjoyed that save-a-lot chub pack burger you paid for 4 times

“Keep it fresh and local”

Since: Nov 08

Morristown

#13 Nov 29, 2012
Our meat is a blend of chuck and sirloin it's ground fresh daily by Sams Meat Cleaver a local butcher.
OVER IT wrote:
<quoted text>I hope you enjoyed that save-a-lot chub pack burger you paid for 4 times
yo man

United States

#14 Nov 29, 2012
corbintrent wrote:
<quoted text>Our meat is a blend of chuck and sirloin it's ground fresh daily by Sams Meat Cleaver a local butcher.
how does it feel to have time to be on topix when just down the road there is a line backed to the car parts store?
They are doing more business every hour than you do each month.

Does that not tell you that your are doing something very wrong.

Ever consider charging a price based on the taste of your food other than what you think it's worth?

Cut your prices in half and take some cooking advice that has been given you Hundreds of times
yo man

United States

#15 Nov 29, 2012
corbintrent wrote:
<quoted text>Our meat is a blend of chuck and sirloin it's ground fresh daily by Sams Meat Cleaver a local butcher.
hey do you mind if I come sit in your empty lot and eat my cookout burger?
There are no empty spots here.
I am sitting in line still in the street looking up at your truck with no customers.
LAMO
mike brady

United States

#16 Nov 29, 2012
corbintrent wrote:
<quoted text>Our meat is a blend of chuck and sirloin it's ground fresh daily by Sams Meat Cleaver a local butcher.
I thought Sam was the butcher on the Brady bunch.
tater

Jefferson City, TN

#17 Nov 29, 2012
I believe that Corbin invested a lot of capital into his operation and done so on the faith of the community to allow him to serve them. I realize that progressives hate entrepreneurs such as Corbin and certainly don't want anyone to succeed in business especially if they are a local stiff and would prefer to eat at a corporate out of town restaurant 10 to one over a locally owned one. I also know that they would rather bash a local business owner and praise a comparable one from out of town.
That being the case I am only talking to the republicans on here and asking them to rise above the turmoil and help the local boy out. I really don't eat burgers so I will never be in the new cook out restaurant. I have not bought any from Corbin either because I don't normally eat them but I will start buying them from him and giving them too a shelter or to my employees just to be able to help the business make it in spite of progressives. I hope that the other real people on here will do the same it just isn't fair to be trashed by such people as there are posting on this site.
opinion

United States

#18 Nov 29, 2012
tater wrote:
I believe that Corbin invested a lot of capital into his operation and done so on the faith of the community to allow him to serve them. I realize that progressives hate entrepreneurs such as Corbin and certainly don't want anyone to succeed in business especially if they are a local stiff and would prefer to eat at a corporate out of town restaurant 10 to one over a locally owned one. I also know that they would rather bash a local business owner and praise a comparable one from out of town.
That being the case I am only talking to the republicans on here and asking them to rise above the turmoil and help the local boy out. I really don't eat burgers so I will never be in the new cook out restaurant. I have not bought any from Corbin either because I don't normally eat them but I will start buying them from him and giving them too a shelter or to my employees just to be able to help the business make it in spite of progressives. I hope that the other real people on here will do the same it just isn't fair to be trashed by such people as there are posting on this site.
so now his business is so bad he needs charity?
Corbins problem stems from his prices and the bad reputation his wife gave him when she was working the window

It is hard to pull out of a hole as deep as she pit him in, he does no help for himself calling locals names and making fun of them.
What is his if investment? An old taco truck with new paint and a computer to get online and spam boards with his advertising

“Keep it fresh and local”

Since: Nov 08

Morristown

#19 Nov 29, 2012
I would like to thank everyone for their concern. It warms my heart to know so many people are worried about our business. worry not crazy good burgers is alive and well.
Jay Z

United States

#20 Nov 29, 2012
Corbin Haters gotta hate go on and dust your shoulder off and keep serving great food :)
eric foreman

United States

#21 Nov 29, 2012
corbintrent wrote:
I would like to thank everyone for their concern. It warms my heart to know so many people are worried about our business. worry not crazy good burgers is alive and well.
not for long.
Give it up and leave town
karma

Morristown, TN

#22 Nov 29, 2012
YEAHHH Go cookout:) BOTTOM LINE I DO NOT EAT OVER PRICED FOOD FROM TRUCKS never have never will that's so un classy as for crazy good burgers bye bye lol
tell us

United States

#23 Nov 29, 2012
corbintrent wrote:
I would like to thank everyone for their concern. It warms my heart to know so many people are worried about our business. worry not crazy good burgers is alive and well.
How does it feel to have your ass handed to you like you have been?
What did you think when there was a line to advance almost all day while you had time to get on the net.
Do you realize that they do more business in one hour than you have since you opened?

Please answer
I stopped by your place before you moved your wife from public view and even of the food had not sucked her attitude would have been enough for me to never come back,
I am glad to hear you saw the light and are keeping her hidden from the public
LOL

Maryville, TN

#24 Nov 29, 2012
Hope the food truck does well, it's to bad that somebody thinks its a political matter, Glad in the real world it isn't.

“Keep it fresh and local”

Since: Nov 08

Morristown

#25 Nov 29, 2012
Glad to see cookout busy. Happy with our performance too. Can't speak of what they do in an hour though. BTW thanks tater.

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