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crimsonfancy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Absolute shit and it's a joke that anyone would defend such poor technique. Absolute shit.

edit: Finally, food that is prepared properly and that tastes good will look good. It will shine, it will stand up and it will present as properly prepared.
This is overcooked barley and some bunk veg that wasn't portioned correctly and was left to weaker cooks to execute. Course item should've been scraped from service and none of these assholes would've noticed. Never send out garbage...and I imagine this is why we never hear of Marcus Samuelson anymore....he's too comfortable doing lazy shit like this.

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crimsonfancy 1 point ago +1 / -0

He sucks as a cook and only gets attention because he dresses the part and was a first from a shithole.
As a chef he may get people to work with him and can gather a team but it looks like the team he gathers sucks too or he can't manage them to excel.

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crimsonfancy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Samuelson hasn't been hot for a very long time. I never cared for his tricks other than one or two that have long been replaced and forgotten. He's bad. Just got a chance a while back and got a book or two out that were bunk.

He's bad. His food is shit and he's become lazy.

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crimsonfancy 1 point ago +1 / -0

The majority, regular, every day Californian that isn't a star or trying to be a star outnumber the wannabe elitists by multi-fold. Elder would be in position if the game wasn't tricked. His campaign was solid, honest and would correct many of the concerns in CA. What happened wasn't a weird anomaly...it was mail-in voting.

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crimsonfancy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Cant check cause still on hot spot due to Ida busting my internet. Can you share the channel and I'll check when I get back online in full capacity?

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crimsonfancy 1 point ago +1 / -0

exactly. I learned about 20 years ago that often times the story is best told for entertainment and truth we can get from better sources.

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crimsonfancy 3 points ago +3 / -0

How many pro-vaxxers can braindead John McStain's lardass daughter eat in one go?

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crimsonfancy 4 points ago +4 / -0

Right. Why are we so quick to assume that anyone would quietly follow the direction of Milley? He's no leader and I would bet what I have that he maintains no loyalty.

Great point!

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crimsonfancy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Absolutely. Would be fun to see and would entertain me to see who eats their steak cooked more. From what I understand, Trump prefers medium well +

No dig on Trump, just a small detail I'd be excited to learn with what I know about how folks prefer their meat cooked.

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crimsonfancy 2 points ago +2 / -0

They'll say Milley was being diplomatic and trying to cull the possibility of a heated situation because his Chinese counterpart was concerned. I'll bet the house on this one.

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crimsonfancy 7 points ago +7 / -0

I love the idea and I back him 100%. But, it would be best not served by those that hate you. Let the restaurant go down in flames with no sales. Please don't trust leftists to treat your food with the same care they'd treat the food of their own kind. Don't waste your money on these leftist establishments.

Yes, I get it, we don't allow them to do this to us but imo, a restaurant is not the best place to stand against a leftist staff. I feel your money will be wasted and / or they'll try to prove points by dicking around with your meals.

Please try to see this from my point of view, friends. I believe in everything this man is doing but I also feel he's risking his family at the same time.

/30 years professional restaurant experience across the US.

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crimsonfancy 2 points ago +2 / -0

"Have shaved" Confirmed - not a communist slug.

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crimsonfancy 10 points ago +10 / -0

Hang in there. She's valuable and they know it. They're afraid but we aren't. Call their bluff, remain vigilant and hang tight.

Meantime, yes. I will pray for your family and I will pray that normies learn to see through this soon enough to make a difference.

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crimsonfancy 5 points ago +5 / -0

asked for it no doubt....

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crimsonfancy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Knowing now what I never knew about this person, Nicki? Don't be surprised if she puts a photo up of the testicles in question because it appears "she" has the balls to do so.

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crimsonfancy 10 points ago +10 / -0

I hate to have to agree but I do. Once things get back to comfort and standard, folks tend to forget.

My single example: I'm in SE Louisiana and we got our asses handed to us at the beginning of the month. My ISP gave me 10 days before they'd come out and re-run my internet service after the Ida storm took it and my electricity out in one feel swoop of a 90' pine tree. This was after 14 days without power and finally able to let them know that they could send out a drop team and there was room to run a new line. I was certainly disappointed especially being that I've been paying my bill for 15 years through all their changes and mergers eventually to their fiber...which is stellar btw. They aren't a big COX, ATT, kinda company either and I grew up with the guys running this region. I also know they got GVMT grants that we all payed for and have become quite wealthy because of them. Anyway, to the tech on the phone I said, "So just keep paying the bill and things will get better, right?" I wanted some credit for lost time and why pay for something I'm not getting? The lady politely tells me that after the work is complete, I can certainly call and possibly get credit for downtime... Well, I get it in that when my service is back, I doubt I'll care enough to go through the hassle of getting 25-50% credit on my $40 monthly charge.. (I dont have tv service or phone through them...or at all so I may get $10-20 credit)? lol Who has time to sit on the phone for 25 minutes for $10-20?

Long story short lol, when things get back to normal, folks forget and just ease back into normalcy and comfort and forget about the things that bothered them or put them into abnormal life conditions in the first place. Folks just aren't hungry enough and every time we're compromised or damaged, things come back just enough to appease us but never enough to be what it was before the damage.

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crimsonfancy 2 points ago +2 / -0

As an RC hobbyist, I much prefer the torque and speed of battery power over nitro. Much more powerful. The smell and sound of nitro vehicles is a cool part of the hobby but sure enough electric is unmatched imo. Electric doesn't require constant tuning and is easy to setup and run.

That being said, what I own are hobby models and I have no interest is exchanging my V8 truck for electric.

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crimsonfancy 12 points ago +12 / -0

He's a huge pussy, no doubt. He rides the fence and even my recently friends realize it now. His game is to play the fence and to be non-committal. Weak sauce and not the time to be wishy-washy IMO.

If he possessed the balls to call real info and make choices, he'd have a future. Easy way is only easy....never best. Smarter way is still better than harder way.

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