Sucks to be her. I don't feel one bit sorry for her, especially after hearing her complain about how poorly the media was treating her after things started looking suspect a couple of weeks ago. Serves her right if she truly is guilty of a crime, but it certainly doesn't look good for her.
DUKE wrote:I rarely eat fast food ever, but if I was in a big hurry and had to get it, I would usually get Wendy's chili, because it was less greasy and fatty than the burgers, fries, etc. I have to admit though, after hearing that story, I hadn't been back, and wouldn't have dared, just from the thought of it....I still don't know if I could get it without thinking of this story, even though it's looking as if it was a scam. Glad she's arrested too.
Actually, according to the one nurse my dad talked to when he was in the hospital, Wendy's food is probably some of the least greasy fast food there is. Jr. Bacon Cheeseburgers...yummy and only $1!!!
They have to be without tomatoes, though...the goopy juice ruins the taste.
Ugh, tomatoes ruin anything they are put on.
Sliced tomatoes that is, pizza and pasta sauce are all good in my books.
I ain't no suit-wearin' businessman like you... you know I'm just a gangsta I suppose... - Avon Barksdale
I hope she gets what she deserves. Manipulating the legal system is terrible, and creating this pathetic lie will hurt the reputation of Wendys despite its falseness. Not to mention the fact that she acquired the finger from a dead relative. '
Wow what a freak. Its sad how the American legal system allows people to nearly get away with this kind of thing. Arent there people who make a living just suing big companies? Not that its much better up here in Canada