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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

You Takes Your Chances



http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/health/Criminal-investigation-underway-at-Chipotle-Over-Norovirus-Outbreak-364369891.html


12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Remember, you can't spell Chipotle without e-c-o-l-i.

Anonymous said...

The StuyTown Chipotle has been empty most of the times I've been by there. The one on 23rd St next to the Gramercy Theatre has also been empty lately, and it used to be packed. The criminal case seems to iinvolve their management of employees. If Chipotle was forcing sick employees to work, and if that's what caused the norovirus outbreak, then they need to be seriously punished.

Anonymous said...

http://streeteasy.com/building/622-east-20-street-new_york/07f?featured=1

It shows carpets people. Now compass and bs should install. Or demand inspections. 95p carpets!!!!

Anonymous said...

That streeteasy ad is strange. It says we have "doorman" and the rent they are asking was decreased, it went down!

On Chipotle what else is there to say but EWWWW!

Anonymous said...

I miss those old family-owned Greek diners. Best coffee in the world in those places. Keep Starbucks and DD.

Anonymous said...

Anony 4.47 PM. That ad is total BS. "Concierge,
Doorman". Sure.

Anonymous said...

I read that the reason Chipotle is under investigation is because they made workers show up for work even though they were sick and this is what contaminated the food. Typical of the dominance over the poor by the ruling 1%. The one-percenters will never get sick from food contaminated by workers too sick to work, but too poor not to work. That is a pity.
Btw, I NEVER eat in franchise/chain eateries these days. Therefore, I eat at home a lot (and save money) or go to real restaurants (with table cloths) and spend money. But, I never go to any place that is a franchise in any way, shape or form.

Anonymous said...

The city has really changed and continues to do so at an alarming rate - pathetically full of banks, nail salons and franchises to eat in.

Anonymous said...

The Chipotle Virus and what everyone should know when "profit above safety" is practiced. Don't touch the tables, don't eat with your hands.

http://abcnews.go.com/Health/chipotle-facing-investigation-viral-outbreak-norovirus/story?id=36125719

Anonymous said...

Doesn't look that impressive when you first walk in. Bet you they close in a year.

Anonymous said...

let us all boycott these chains and franchises that are ruining the city. Say No to cvs and walgreens. Fuck em.

Anonymous said...

Consider it boycotted. That was easy.