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I cant believe this

Paris, TX

#1 Dec 14, 2008
Did you know that recently one of the waitresses was arrested and her husband which is a cook just went to jail this past week?
Laissez Faire

Clarksville, TX

#2 Dec 15, 2008
Who really cares?
Perhaps they have financial difficulties that have lead them into this legal mess.
Honestly--the only thing I expect out of a couple of restaurant workers is for them to wash their hands before they touch my food. Other than that--I really don't give a rip.
devils advocate

United States

#3 Dec 15, 2008
nor I, just someone with a personal vendetta trying to start some crap

“Sleep eludes me.”

Since: Aug 08

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#4 Dec 15, 2008
Actually, I loath going to Sirloind Stockade. Not exactly the best place to go for a steak. That being said, somehow I ended up there Friday night and the skinny kid who was cooking the steaks was AWESOME! For the first time ever I actually got the steak cooked the way I ordered it. He did a fantastic job. Too bad I couldn't get to the manager before I left to let him know.(Manager was working register)
devils advocate

United States

#5 Dec 15, 2008
if you had paid your bill instead of sneaking out, you could have talked to the manager

“Sleep eludes me.”

Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#6 Dec 15, 2008
You pay your bill BEFORE you eat.

Everyone is entitled to be stupid, but you abuse the privilege.
devils advocate

United States

#7 Dec 15, 2008
thank you
Editorial4

Redmond, WA

#8 Dec 15, 2008
From reliable sources: one of the cooks at Ward's is having his parole revoked after being pulled over with weed in his pocket. He's being sent back down to a TDCJ unit.
devils advocate

United States

#9 Dec 15, 2008
Editorial4 wrote:
From reliable sources: one of the cooks at Ward's is having his parole revoked after being pulled over with weed in his pocket. He's being sent back down to a TDCJ unit.
and your point is/ other than to throw dirt
Dawg

Paris, TX

#10 Dec 15, 2008
I talked to the manager at Sirloin Stockade, and he said that since times are tough, they are considering killing and cooking the big cow out front to save on expenses. That will be a sad day. :(

Since: Nov 08

Paris, TX

#11 Dec 16, 2008
Dawg wrote:
I talked to the manager at Sirloin Stockade, and he said that since times are tough, they are considering killing and cooking the big cow out front to save on expenses. That will be a sad day.:(
BAAWWAAHHAAAAA!!!

Since: May 08

Addison, TX

#12 Dec 16, 2008
Editorial4 wrote:
From reliable sources: one of the cooks at Ward's is having his parole revoked after being pulled over with weed in his pocket. He's being sent back down to a TDCJ unit.
OMG, he had weed in is pocket! Throw him under the prison, he should not be allowed back into society!
Is this what out country has come to that we are punishing someone who was being productive-working at a job- paying bills and taxes and we throw him in prison so now WE can pay HIS bills,taxes and shelter! Great Society we live in!
devils advocate

United States

#13 Dec 16, 2008
sammyjo wrote:
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OMG, he had weed in is pocket! Throw him under the prison, he should not be allowed back into society!
Is this what out country has come to that we are punishing someone who was being productive-working at a job- paying bills and taxes and we throw him in prison so now WE can pay HIS bills,taxes and shelter! Great Society we live in!
I almost agree with you, if it weren't for the fact that he is on probation and broke the law by having weed on his person, however I think that a little weed is a poor excuse to revoke his probation, depending on the amount
Sugar

Schaumburg, IL

#14 Dec 16, 2008
devils advocate wrote:
<quoted text>I almost agree with you, if it weren't for the fact that he is on probation and broke the law by having weed on his person, however I think that a little weed is a poor excuse to revoke his probation, depending on the amount
...and this is why America has more people in prison than any other country in the world. This is just about business, the business of prisons. They need a steady supply of new bodies to keep this money making scheme going.

Now when this guy gets out and goes to look for a job and no one will hire him, what do you think his new avocation will be?
devils advocate

United States

#15 Dec 16, 2008
Sugar wrote:
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...and this is why America has more people in prison than any other country in the world. This is just about business, the business of prisons. They need a steady supply of new bodies to keep this money making scheme going.
Now when this guy gets out and goes to look for a job and no one will hire him, what do you think his new avocation will be?
the prisons are full because people break the law, let us not overlook that fact
devils advocate

United States

#16 Dec 16, 2008
and how can it be a moneymaking scheme when it cost the taxpayers over $30,000.00 a year for each person incarcerated

Since: Nov 08

Hugo, OK

#17 Dec 16, 2008
You know considering the name of this Thread....
Even the originator could have called it something more appropriate - especially with the orginal post.....:o)
tell it like it is

Tyler, TX

#18 Dec 16, 2008
devils advocate wrote:
and how can it be a moneymaking scheme when it cost the taxpayers over $30,000.00 a year for each person incarcerated
Come on now... you know these numbers are completely fabricated bull$hit!! I only make 30,000 a year and support myself and my two kids. I own my own house, pay for our home and health insurance, buy new clothes for all of us, and feed all three of us at least 3 meals a day. There is no fn way that it cost 30,000 a year to house an inmate who only gets 3 meals a day, has no vehicle or insurance, and gets recycled clothing. The real cost is in paying the administration WAY TOO MUCH in payroll.

Since: Nov 08

Lavon, TX

#19 Dec 16, 2008
Maybe he can come back when he gets out of prison, being that they are some of the best cooks!! We ate at Sirloin recently, I bent my fork and knife trying to cut a piece of chicken it was so hard and dry!!
jerry

Duncanville, TX

#20 Dec 17, 2008
Happy1ok wrote:
You know considering the name of this Thread....
Even the originator could have called it something more appropriate - especially with the orginal post.....:o)
That's so true. This post really has nothing to do with Sirloin Stockade and everyone clicking on it thinks it contains some dirt against them.

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