Wednesday, 20 June 2007
Which means that Republicans no longer face the prospect of coming up with excuses when Bloomberg's stupid nanny-isms result in stuff like this:
We regret that Wendy's cannot provide product calorie information to residents or customers in New York City.Well, hey, they're just following their motto: "At Wendy'sÂ®, we're unrivaled in our passion for giving people what they want â€” and uncompromising in giving people what they deserve."
The New York City Department of Health passed a regulation requiring restaurants that already provide calorie information to post product calories on their menu boards -- using the same type size as the product listing.
We fully support the intent of this regulation; however, since most of our food is made-to-order, there isn't enough room on our existing menu boards to comply with the regulation. We have for years provided complete nutritional information on posters inside the restaurant and on our website. To continue to provide caloric information to residents and customers of our New York City restaurants on our website and on our nutritional posters would subject us to this regulation. As a result, we will no longer provide caloric information to residents and customers of our New York City restaurants.
We regret this inconvenience.
"Giving people what they deserve."
Hi, Michael! Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha!
Think I'll go buy a couple of burgers.
[via Lileks, who after musing on the law of unintended consequences, says "Iâ€™d love to see that concept extended to every â€“ single â€“ other â€“ business in New York, and watch the entire island empty out."]
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