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Kingsley’s Weston Creek fights the banhammer

By johnboy - 21 April 2012 30

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Tr0jan has sent in the latest prohibition notice sighting, this time slugging Kinglsey’s Weston Creek outlet.

But it seems the purveyors of “awesome chips” are not taking this lying down.

Tweeter Gavin Tapp has posted their retort:

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Personally I’d prefer they fix their tiles and operate to a higher standard.

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matt31221 9:35 pm 23 Apr 12

Darkfalz said :

Instant Mash said :

Of all the kitchens I’ve worked in, I can safely say that Macca’s was the cleanest for the most part.

One of the reasons is that inside Maccas isn’t really a kitchen, it’s a food assembly line. There’s nothing that comes in that’s not pretty much pre-made and ready to assemble (maybe they wash and cut the lettuce, but that would be about it). A real cafe or restaurant has a real kitchen where they actually prepare the food. The Maccas toilets at Dickson have been unpleasant every time I’ve been in there – you can’t necessarily blame the establishment, it might get cleaned perfectly once a day, but get filthified again by the bogans and druggies after a couple of hours. I try not to use toilets in restaurants if I can help it, as they’re usually pretty foul.

That doesn’t mean stuff can’t go wrong in the Maccas kitchen though. My niece bought a six pack of chicken nuggets from there a month ago. She bit into one and it was completely pink glossy uncooked chicken inside. Three of the nuggets were like that. She took pictures but never took any further action – it makes me wretch just thinking about it.

I must admit I still buy the nuggets from other Maccas restaurants on occasion though and get the sweet mustard sauce. Mmm.

Darkfalz 5:49 pm 23 Apr 12

Instant Mash said :

Of all the kitchens I’ve worked in, I can safely say that Macca’s was the cleanest for the most part.

One of the reasons is that inside Maccas isn’t really a kitchen, it’s a food assembly line. There’s nothing that comes in that’s not pretty much pre-made and ready to assemble (maybe they wash and cut the lettuce, but that would be about it). A real cafe or restaurant has a real kitchen where they actually prepare the food. The Maccas toilets at Dickson have been unpleasant every time I’ve been in there – you can’t necessarily blame the establishment, it might get cleaned perfectly once a day, but get filthified again by the bogans and druggies after a couple of hours. I try not to use toilets in restaurants if I can help it, as they’re usually pretty foul.

macekcry 4:38 pm 23 Apr 12

c_c said :

Tetranitrate said :

c_c said :

It just really sickens me that the Union has the gaul to complain about the University not caring about students and yet they preside over trash they own or lease out.

You know that the ‘union’ isn’t actually a union right? the actual ‘student union’ at ANU is ANUSA, the ‘Union’ just runs the refectory and a couple of other stores. The two organizations are separate.

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a press release from the union board full stop, let alone one complaining about the university not caring about students.
The bigger issue with the Union/refectory/whatever is the long serving management.

I am aware of the distinction. Certainly in the context of compulsory fees though and funding from the University in the lack of those fees, the Union has on occasion been critical, typically around the time they confetti lecture theatres with flyers.

In any case, if you’re campaigning on the basis “Students for students” I’d expect better.

cut it out nerds. take this to stalkerspace. back to pressing nuggies issue.

how long do they take to reopen?

c_c 1:17 pm 23 Apr 12

Tetranitrate said :

c_c said :

It just really sickens me that the Union has the gaul to complain about the University not caring about students and yet they preside over trash they own or lease out.

You know that the ‘union’ isn’t actually a union right? the actual ‘student union’ at ANU is ANUSA, the ‘Union’ just runs the refectory and a couple of other stores. The two organizations are separate.

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a press release from the union board full stop, let alone one complaining about the university not caring about students.
The bigger issue with the Union/refectory/whatever is the long serving management.

I am aware of the distinction. Certainly in the context of compulsory fees though and funding from the University in the lack of those fees, the Union has on occasion been critical, typically around the time they confetti lecture theatres with flyers.

In any case, if you’re campaigning on the basis “Students for students” I’d expect better.

Tetranitrate 12:56 pm 23 Apr 12

c_c said :

It just really sickens me that the Union has the gaul to complain about the University not caring about students and yet they preside over trash they own or lease out.

You know that the ‘union’ isn’t actually a union right? the actual ‘student union’ at ANU is ANUSA, the ‘Union’ just runs the refectory and a couple of other stores. The two organizations are separate.

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a press release from the union board full stop, let alone one complaining about the university not caring about students.
The bigger issue with the Union/refectory/whatever is the long serving management.

c_c 12:22 pm 23 Apr 12

That KFC Twister story sounds very suss to me. Firstly food poisoning can take days and even weeks to develop from the time the contamination was ingested. So if a large portion of the family got ill, it could have been any number of things including home cooked meals, which is where most food poisoning comes from.

Secondly, they claim that three of them shared the one Twister. How many people here have seen a Twister, those things aren’t large. Having three people share one seems a little too convenient and a bit too odd.

No denying it’s a sad story, but I don’t think the standard of balance of probability required for a civil claim was met.

Holden Caulfield 12:11 pm 23 Apr 12

johnboy said :

KFC would have in-house inspectors, those guys are bastard coated bastards and much tougher than any government inspector (which is good)

Let’s hope they’re tougher than they used to be:

http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-national/nsw-family-warns-kfc-not-to-appeal-compo-20120421-1xdee.html

Erg0 9:29 am 23 Apr 12

chewy14 said :

There’s got to be a McDonalds Yass (M Yass) joke in there somewhere.

There was a picture of the sign on failblog (I think) a few years back, in fact.

Scribble 7:50 am 23 Apr 12

“…the Union has the gaul to complain”

Astérix or Obélix?

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