The picture looks incriminating, but the video just looks like he throws his arm up. I am indifferent.
February 12, 2013 at 12:14pm
Jimmy John’s has no salt and pepper for customers in his stores (if they do, they can be reported to the franchisor). I believe this is a good thing. Mainly because people refuse to taste the food before salting it up. 99% of people love the sandwich they get and enjoy. Jimmy says he seasons his meat for a certain taste and he wants the people to taste it for what it is, not for added salt.
 January 3, 2013 at 7:15pm
As a business owner, I totally hate Yelp. I have very favorable reviews with only 1 or 2 that actually have LEGITIMATE issues. Issues, that I directly handle with those people. It’s the “retarded” reviews that say, “I love going here, I love this place, but it’s always too crowded for me. One Star.” <– that review right there should be censored, because they are not fairly grading the restaurants that I own. Not all reviews are read by others, and if the starring system is effected by these dumb negative reviews, the system doesn't work.
June 30, 2012 at 12:11pm
They have done this in the UK years. For a few quid, my military buddies and I went and drove a couple of tanks. Surprises me this is news here now.
We think of ourselves as CowBoys... so, alike when Patton was given Tanks (Tin Coffins) with PeaShooters, we CowBoy Up, and Charge: Damn the Torpedoes, Full Speed Ahead; Get Er Done!
Actually, this place and a couple others like it have been around here in America for a decade or so.
Why it's news now I don't know. Seems like news agencies are just grasping for anything that they
can report as news anymore.