Offendeditis at Steak and Shake

English: lit up at night on East Millbrook Ave...

 

I love Steak and Shake, great burgers, better than those over rated burgers at In And Out any day, great shakes, great service, but recently there was an outbreaks of Racial Obsession Syndrome and Offendeditis at a Steak and Shake. Chicks on the Right has more

 

According to this, a Steak ‘n Shake customer complained to the corporate headquarters here in Indianapolis that he was mistreated at a St Charles, MO store location.

You wanna know what happened?  His receipt said the words “black guy” on it, presumably because the cashier was using the most obvious physical characteristic as a way to identify him and his meal charges.

And here’s the kicker.  The cashier is also black.

So apparently, it’s offensive now for black people to notice when other people are black or to refer to them as black.  This is how strict the rules of political correctness have become.

 

As I have often said, soon we will all be afraid to say anything to anybody. I hope the miscreant who complained is told to grow up and shut up, but the corporate “brainy types” will likely prostrate themselves in a apology orgy. One more thought. The left teaches Blacks that their skin color is EVERYTHING, so why would they get offended when someone notices said color? Maybe we should all get OVER our color?

 

If you get REALLY hungry late tonight…

7x7-burger

Check this burger out!

We all have dreams. Some dream of feeding all the starving people in the world. Some say, “F**k the starving people. I want all the meat for myself.”

Those people would probably love the idea of Steak ‘n Shake’s new 7×7 Steakburger.

Though the idea of a 7×7 cheeseburger isn’t new — In-N-Out, for one, has been willing to pile as many layers of patty and cheese onto a bun as you’re willing to request for as long as I can remember — the idea of a major chain putting such a burger in writing on a menu is raising some eyebrows.

But wait, the shock doesn’t end there: because according to Huffington Post, the 7×7 appears exclusively on Steak ‘n Shake’s new AllNighter Menu. Yup, you’re encouraged to eat this 1,330 tower of cheap dining excess exclusively between the hours of midnight and 6am.

Wait till Bloomberg sees this

Oh no! Not the Food Police again

Yep! Here they come, better hide your steak! Western Hero warns of the newest “research” meant to terrify us

red meat in our kitchen (for the first time?) ...

red meat in our kitchen (for the first time?) - _MG_4181 (Photo credit: sean dreilinger)


“Small quantities of processed meat such as bacon, sausages or salami can increase the likelihood of dying by a fifth, researchers from Harvard School of Medicine found. Eating steak increases the risk of dying by 12%. 

The study found that cutting the amount of red meat in peoples’ diets to 1.5 ounces (42 grams) a day, equivalent to one large steak a week, could prevent almost one in 10 early deaths in men and one in 13 in women.” (Pseudoscience Nannies condemn Red Meat)

1.5 Ounces a day??? Who the hell could live on that? The average working man eats that in one bite! And their idea of a “large steak” is ludicrous. 7 X 1.5 = 10.5 ounces, hardly “large” in the realm of Steakdom.

“Compared with red meat, other dietary components, such as fish, poultry, nuts, legumes, low-fat dairy products, and whole grains, were associated with lower risk.

They want us to live on nuts and berries…

Here’s the unscientific part. Correlation does not mean causation:

Scientists added that people who eat a diet high in red meat were also likely to be generally unhealthier because they were more likely to smoke, be overweight and not exercise.

Aha, there you go. These studies always have their little “catches” don’t they? Make sure to read the whole piece.