Why All The Hate For Olive Garden?
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Chipotle

Syracuse, NY

#65 Aug 25, 2013
Chipotle Mexican Grill has done a great job with food transparency.

Chipotle details its policy against buying meat raised with antibiotics, arsenic and growth hormones, and it's open about attempts to source locally-grown food for their restaurants.

Chipotle also publishes food ingredients so that customers can decide for themselves whether Chipotle really sells "food with integrity."

Restaurant chains that offer any less are feeding customers nothing more marketing hype.
phatty arbuckle

Syracuse, NY

#66 Aug 25, 2013
Unlike the packaged food products you buy at the supermarket, restaurant food isn't required to list ingredients.

A few fast food chains like McDonald's, Taco Bell and Subway, voluntarily provide ingredient listings, in part for indemnity against lawsuits and in part because they realize some of their customers actually want to know what they're eating.

That said, anyone who eats at these 3 places really doesn't really care all that much about what they are shoving into their mouths to begin with!
Lowest IQ in Clifton Park

New York, NY

#67 Aug 25, 2013
Tomato Pie Face wrote:
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Hey mental midget. Obviously reading comprehension isn't your strongest trait based off of the area you reside in so ill make it simple for you.
I
Said
The
Wealthiest
Suburb
"OUTSIDE OF NYC"
Is
Clifton park.
Hopefully you can cut and paste those phrases into your next google search Einstein. Lol
David -
Guess what?
Except for
NY City
all
of the
cities and suburbs
listed
in the
link previously
provided
are outside
of NY City...
Lisa

Utica, NY

#68 Aug 25, 2013
All this talk about whats in the food, whats not in the food, who cares!! If you like the taste, then go. Everyone has a preference, Olive Garden is just one of many choices we have in this area. So many of you act like your taste preference is something everyone should have, that is so ridiculous. You're adults that act like a 2 year old!!
Tomato Pie Face

Schenectady, NY

#69 Aug 25, 2013
Lowest IQ in Clifton Park wrote:
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David -
Guess what?
Except for
NY City
all
of the
cities and suburbs
listed
in the
link previously
provided
are outside
of NY City...
Did you honestly graduate high school? Seriously? Every NYS suburb in your "list" is a NYC suburb. Are you really this stupid??
Calorically Challenged

United States

#70 Aug 26, 2013
Tomato Pie Face wrote:
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Did you honestly graduate high school? Seriously? Every NYS suburb in your "list" is a NYC suburb. Are you really this stupid??
I'll wager a big fat "yes" on that one!

I'm sure that OG Corporate acquisitions took one look at the fatties they have all over CNY and the "extra helping of pasta" crews and decided that an OG in OC would be a sure fire winner. Here we see an example of the people OG caters to: http://www.topix.com/forum/city/utica-ny/T1BP...
Tomato Pie Face

Schenectady, NY

#71 Aug 26, 2013
Calorically Challenged wrote:
<quoted text>I'll wager a big fat "yes" on that one!
I'm sure that OG Corporate acquisitions took one look at the fatties they have all over CNY and the "extra helping of pasta" crews and decided that an OG in OC would be a sure fire winner. Here we see an example of the people OG caters to: http://www.topix.com/forum/city/utica-ny/T1BP...
At times I need to remember a uticans world is very small. They can't grasp the idea of anything existing outside of utica beyond 5 miles so the idea of NYC suburbs is totally foreign to them. It's world rattling to them that people actually travel to work...actually I think it's foreign to most of them the idea people actually work! Lol.

My job before this had me traveling from clifton park to central ave in Albany. It was 15 miles one way. That's like driving to Rome everyday uticans! Wow! Lol
Lowest IQ in Clifton Park

New York, NY

#72 Aug 26, 2013
Tomato Pie Face wrote:
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Did you honestly graduate high school? Seriously? Every NYS suburb in your "list" is a NYC suburb. Are you really this stupid??
Ummm, not sure how you graduated from NH High School or Utica College. You did not specify NY State (NYS) until your response to my post. As I said in my post most of the list contains cities or suburbs to cities that are outside of NY City...
Tomato Pie Face

New Hartford, NY

#73 Aug 26, 2013
Tomato Pie Face wrote:
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At times I need to remember a uticans world is very small. They can't grasp the idea of anything existing outside of utica beyond 5 miles so the idea of NYC suburbs is totally foreign to them. It's world rattling to them that people actually travel to work...actually I think it's foreign to most of them the idea people actually work! Lol.
My job before this had me traveling from clifton park to central ave in Albany. It was 15 miles one way. That's like driving to Rome everyday uticans! Wow! Lol
....I lost my job on Central Ave. when mammy beat the crap out of me for taking her territory. I had to go lick male ccccrrrraaaaapppppwholes for a $1.00 elsewhere.
Tomato Pie Face

Schenectady, NY

#74 Aug 26, 2013
Lowest IQ in Clifton Park wrote:
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Ummm, not sure how you graduated from NH High School or Utica College. You did not specify NY State (NYS) until your response to my post. As I said in my post most of the list contains cities or suburbs to cities that are outside of NY City...
You definitely are either very stupid or ignorant. Based on where you live trash I would guess both. I wonder what's higher...your weekly paycheck or weight? I'm going with your weight on this one! Lol
Lowest IQ in Clifton Park

New York, NY

#75 Aug 26, 2013
Tomato Pie Face wrote:
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You definitely are either very stupid or ignorant. Based on where you live trash I would guess both. I wonder what's higher...your weekly paycheck or weight? I'm going with your weight on this one! Lol
Let's just say without my bonus and other investments I make ~$70/hr. How does your paycheck compare to that?
Whatevah

United States

#76 Aug 26, 2013
Well pull on your waders it's gettin' thick! The entire town of Constantia doesn't collectively pull down 70hr LMAO!! For 70hr you could organize a cast of thousands for a movie shoot!
MOS

United States

#77 Aug 26, 2013
Ok! This is the big "REFUGEE SEQUENCE PEOPLE!" THIS IS A MOTOR ONLY! MOTOR ONLY SHOT!!

ACTION!!!

Everyone over near that empty factory start fighting!! Cue the black smoke and flames!! More! More!! All you starving children look HUNGRY!! THAT'S GOOD! YOU! With the zip gun!! Rob that convenience store!!

OK! Cue the RIOT SQUAD!!
Lowest IQ in Clifton Park

New York, NY

#78 Aug 26, 2013
Whatevah wrote:
Well pull on your waders it's gettin' thick! The entire town of Constantia doesn't collectively pull down 70hr LMAO!! For 70hr you could organize a cast of thousands for a movie shoot!
David - This is the internet and I do not live in Constantia or Halfmoon.... Time to have another Pepsi with your ex...
MOS

United States

#79 Aug 26, 2013
Lowest IQ in Clifton Park wrote:
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David - This is the internet and I do not live in Constantia or Halfmoon.... Time to have another Pepsi with your ex...
David? I'm guessing this is directed at someone else or your tea leaves are a little screwy.... dunce. Needless to say if you are in NY it's all the same. Everything above Westchester and Orange Co. is "Calcutta" to an outsider. So how's the "newfangled plumbing" working out?
Tomato Pie Face

Schenectady, NY

#80 Aug 26, 2013
Lowest IQ in Clifton Park wrote:
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Let's just say without my bonus and other investments I make ~$70/hr. How does your paycheck compare to that?
I'm sure you do trash. Lol. I figure you for a 70/day worker at best! Lol
truth is.

Utica, NY

#81 Aug 26, 2013
Omg moes is so good, and omg have you had red robin...yummmmm. BS it proves that with great marketing you can make people want and eat shitty food while charging crazy prices. I was at red lobster once and this old women (probably in her 80's) got her meal. I watched as she inspected her lobster and I could read exactly what she was thinking. The waiter came to ask how the the meal was and she replied honestly and told him that in all her years of eating lobster she hasn't ever had one this size and never had it cut open like that. Red lobster sells subpar lobster and they cut it down the center and open it up like a French hot dog. I think to create an illusion that its actually bigger than it is. The truth is, I'd rather eat at any mom and pops place than a national chain any day. That is where the great food is at. Chain restaurants are nothing but plastic versions of what originally created their glory decades to years earlier.

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