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Should ‘All You Can Eat’ Restaurants Be Allowed to Cut People Off? Daily Dose of Weird [VIDEOS][POLL]

I worked in retail for over three years.  While it’s not quite the same as food service, I did learn one truth that applies to both industries: Whenever a business runs a special promotion, at least one person will take extreme advantage of it and ruin it for everyone else.

That definitely seems to be the case in Wisconsin, where a man started picketing a local restaurant after they cut him off during their “all-you-can-eat fish fry.”

The man claims to be standing up for consumers and protesting against false advertising (which is the same line I got every time I was forced to adjust the price of 30 jars of baby food…one by one); but the truth is, he took advantage, and the business wouldn’t put up with it.  At least, that’s how I see things.  What do you think?  Check out the videos below covering this issue, then cast your vote in the poll below.  As usual, I’ll share your comments on my show, and you can always
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