Ldonyo...Calling people names in the Alinsky tradition, does NOTHING to solve the problem, in fact, it only makes things worse. Do you and your 12 friends have anything "CONSTRUCTIVE" to say?
Completely agree with Laura. While they may have seen "The Hangover" too many times, at least they got him help instead of leaving him to die, especially with that BAC. I'd add that charging his friends will only make kids more reluctant to even seek help for friends who need it. As a society, we don't seem to have issues with creating safe haven policies for unwanted babies. I think this is along that line of thinking. It's more sad that these kids were so scared of the consequences of getting caught that they felt the need to abandon him in the first place.
LOL! 25 likes and 1 dislike on my comment about "Kathy Parker"? I wonder who the dislike is from. Yalla Yalla, it's Christmas! Meow. I re-read "Kathy Parker's" review on Google and noticed that she refers to Yelp as YELP, just as Amy/Samy do. Yelp is the name of a company, not an acronym.
I found the whole Kitchen Nightmares episode so unbelieveable I had to watch it OnDemand "three" times to believe the behavior I saw. It is inconceivable, to me, that two fully grown people...Amy has to be late 40's early 50's and Samy has to be 20 years older, which makes him late 60'
s early 70's... could behave in such a fashion running a business. The two of them are clearly completely out of control and really should not be in charge of of anything, not even themselves. I am really embarrassed for them.
the one owner amy is assumed to be a trophy wife? and actually had a run in in the past with the law went to jail for opening a $15,000 line of credit with someone elses social security number and on the show the owner openly threatens ramsey saying he's a gangster, they don't tip their employees only he uses the pos which makes you think its a money laundering business... we shall see?
Taking server's tip is the lowest of low. Run head first into the wall really hard, Sammy.
Thank God they took him to the hospital! Too many times we hear the stories where the companions fail to do anything for "fear of getting in trouble" and the over-imbiber dies.
So glad you're back. You are the best weather guy around. Thank you for sharing your story; been there, done that. Good luck.
It does appear that some Yelp images on their personal FB account were manipulated. Check out user samyamy.bouzaglo on FB.
I have never been so completely entertained by such a train-wreck saga. I thought the deranged sorority-girl email was comedy gold, but this leaves it in the dust. Those two women MUST be related.
You know it's odd, I was first reading the restaurant reviews on Google and came across a positive review by a Kathy Parker, in the midst of many negative reviews (yes, most claiming they had never been to the restaurant, but had seen Nightmare Kitchens). This Kathy Parker, and it would appear the one on here as well, has a tendency to occasionally CAPITALIZE certain words for emphasis. I noticed that Amy/Samy tend to do the same thing as well. This doesn't mean that Kathy is Amy or Samy, but it does make me wonder.
"How do you know they weren't hacked? You don't. You just can't resist judging others negatively even when confronted with possible mitigating evidence."
Yeah, but odds are really good that they weren't, St. Saintly, so unclutch those pearls. People might be more willing to give them the benefit of the doubt if they hadn't spent the past few years acting like anthropomorphic taints.
Uh, no I won't contribute a buck. WTF? Are you serious? Talk about a scam. Anyone who gives you money is an idiot on par with Amy and Samy.
We need a South Park episode on this storyline.......... Come on Trey and Matt do it!
There is no way they got hacked. If you look at their timeline this was posted on October 3, 2012
"We like to call them the “Camel Toe Mafia” just a bunch Pussies hiding behind a computer screen. Or working for YELP"
And yet no post after it saying they have been hacked. These posts were clearly written by them and now they are trying to do some damage control but its too late!
Seriously, you don't have any idea about domestic harmony? You live with one cat?
Yo, Everyone in a house more than one cares about domestic harmony.
anonn, quit trolling. The "hacked" explanation does not pass Occam's Razor because:
*The hateful posts very much were in-line with the comments and attitudes they displayed on television, and as documented in years worth of Yelp reviews.
*As a business owner sponsoring a page for their restaurant, I find it difficult to believe that they wouldn't discover something was amiss until over a day later, and several internet and news reports on the matter had broken.
*As mentioned elsewhere, the likelihood of multiple social media accounts being hacked simultaneously, while not impossible, is highly improbable.
*The hacking defense has been utilized by many who have done or said egregious things on Twitter, but very rarely proves to be true. And generally, when it happens, as stated above, the posts come down faster, and there is a more immediate "OMG I didn't write that" post.
*The backpedaling bears all of the telltale signs of an angry man's regret. They made some ill-advise posts, and instead of letting it end there, kept going down the rabbit hole further until there was no way out. A day later, they realize their foolish move with clearer heads, but know there's no way to undo the posts from the day before, as they've all been cataloged and widely reported. So they try the Weiner-defense, and claim "hacking".
Your 'pop culture' rant was nonsensical at best, silly at worst.
Mari, go wash your mouth out with soap !!! Every time you use profanity in public you degrade your life.
Your life must be pretty degraded by now.
Is this all a scam? ... to create clicks, views, followers, potential for future reality TV/ YouTube videos?? Are we enablers for another Kardashian-type "celebrity"?
How do we distinguish between an actually bizarre story and a setup??
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