Skip to comments.Restaurant Denies Calling Customers Incestuous Rednecks With Low IQs
Posted on 09/06/2013 7:21:15 PM PDT by RebelbaseEdited on 09/06/2013 7:30:23 PM PDT by Sidebar Moderator. [history]
A recently closed restaurant in Texas is claiming that it had nothing to do with an angrily worded sign in which area residents are not portrayed flatteringly. But some people believe the eatery is only distancing itself from the sign because an attempt at humor backfired.
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First thing I thought of...Amy.
Has he met that Amy’s Bakery lady? They’d get along swell
What about me?
How difficult is it to whip up some pasta?
***The angry tone, the implication that Amarillo residents dont like good food, ****
Why eat pasta when you can have STEAK! at the BIG TEXAN! or several other places.
Is it Denny’s? That would be ironic. You barely get off the sheisse list with the negros, then you go and insult the rednecks!
Free speech....Only kidding...being nice is never wrong....
They should move to Austin. The stoners aren’t too picky when they have the munchies.
A democrat is still a democrat by any other name....
On the other hand, with attitudes like that the food must really have sucked. Thus, they aren't Italian and must be from New Jersey, blue-blood transplants trying to change Texas' colors and blaming everyone else for their own failures (no offense to New Jersey conservative-Italians).
That picture doesn’t look right to me, as if the wording was shopped in over the photo.
could this Possibly Be Homosexual SABOTAGE?
A friend of mine says that a steakhouse that has the word "Texas" in its name or a variant, such as the Texaz Grill in Phoenix, usually serves good steaks. By that criterion, the Big Texan should be a good place to have dinner.
I just forwarded this to my son. He lives in Dallas but is working in Amarillo. He would agree with you, there is good steak in Amarillo.
Folks, I live in rural Texas that is growing exponentially, I’ve seen numerous numerous food eating places go out of business. Hey, it’s a risk Some survive and others don’t that’s the risk you take.
An Italian restaurant, in Amarillo?????
This reminds me of Bogey’s kine in “Casablanca”:
“I came here for the water.”
“Rick, you are in the desert! There is no water.”
“Oh, I guess I was misinformed.”
The owners must have mistaken Amarillo, for some bastion of liberalism.
“being nice is never wrong”
I wouldn’t bet against it. One thing’s for sure: they were democrats. With a mouth that dirty, it had to be.
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