Outside Monstrosity Burger in Winnipeg, MB. This establishment has had their liquor license removed, a closure notice for indoor dining and $60,000 worth of fines for not enforcing COVID PASSPORTS. They are currently still open for takeout/delivery. http://FightVaccinePassports.com pic.twitter.com/sCTbYZzll1
Working as a server in "fine dining" really made it clear to me that the function of "luxury" is that people really need to know there is a royalty/peasant divide and they are not the peasants.
With the extremely low # of people dining indoors now, I'm starting to doubt how many people are actually vaccinated.
“It’s a coincidence that as rioters were marching through Melbourne Morrison was dining with News Corp executives in New York. It’s a coincidence, too, that the city’s Shrine of Remembrance looks a little like the United States Capitol Building”# auspol https://www.thesaturdaypaper.com.au/opinion/editorial/2021/09/25/rupert-bare/163249200012552 …
I'm saving about $150 weekly by not dining out/pubs etc. So, week #1, I: - hired a private Jiu-Jitsu coach (one hour per week) - upped my children's RESP contributions by $25 weekly/$1300 yearly No passport required.
Whenever I see people's fine dining Tik Toks, I just think about the way they made us dance and the abuse we had to endure so that other people could have these luxury experiences, lmaoo. Being abused to keep a restaurant running we couldn't afford to eat at.
The first to leave a table of 13 guests will be the 1st to die: in 1898 Woolf Joel proved the superstition true when he was killed after dining at the Savoy. Since 1927 the Savoy has provided Kaspar the cat as the 14th guest at any unlucky table of 13