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"Eck!" -- George the Cat

Thursday, March 11, 2010

When Salt is Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Have Salt!

Of all of the troubles facing the state of New York, including a highly dysfunctional legislature, a politically-neutered governor and a whopping budget deficit, some asswipe of an assemblyman from Brooklyn is seeking to make it a crime for a chef to prepare food if one of the ingredients is salt. Send four meals out with a pinch of salt added, that's four violations.

So this would become a criminal instrument in a restaurant kitchen in New York, if that jerkoff's bill were to become law:Don't those fuckers have anything better to do in Albany? Has winter completely addled their brains? I wish this was a joke, but it is not.

The true joke, of course, is the NY State Legislature, the Official State Circus.

(H/T)

5 comments:

SkinnyDennis said...

Next time somebody ribs me about living in Californistan, I'll send them that link!

Anonymous said...

. . . and people thought we are all a bunch of assholes here in Florida . . . HELLLLOOOOO!

Eck! said...

You cannot make pasta without salting the water first.

Some foods would taste like dirt without
a pinch of salt.

NY city used to be a really good place
to eat one cusine way down one street
and a different one up the other.

Also salt serves many other purposes in cooking including preservation.

Damm they are stupid.

Eck!

montag said...

I have been living in or near New York all my life and I still can't figure out if strange things happen to normal people elected to Albania or is it only strange people who are elected to Albania?

Unknown said...

I can imagine a million New Yorkers marching to the sea to make salt in defiance of the Assembly.

I want to imagine that, anyway, but since they've meekly fallen in line on every other "public health" crusade, it might just be wishful thinking.