polymodus: And to complain about it being to ranty/complainy is missing their point.
invitapriore: I am totally in favor of trying to improve our society/world/universe, but I don't know that "my work doesn't allow me time for non-work activities" is the most compelling critique...
It's one of the original points of contention for the then-nascent labor movement, probably because of the obvious negative psychological effects of not having time for anything besides work and sleep. I'm confused about what the other issues are that you're thinking about that dwarf this one into irrelevancy.
muddgirl:"People managed to buy prepared food before the existence of what this author defines as a restaurant."
polymodus: Ramsey would be the first lined up against the wall and shot
Funny you should employ that metaphor—the conventional kitchen brigade and hierarchy is completely modeled after military processes and structure.
Catchfire: Hi! I posted this. I'm a Socialist and I eat at restaurants sometimes. I wish that people reacted with the same critical thought and skepticism to phrases like "Coke is it!", "I'm lovin' it!" and "America the brave" as they did with the intentionally provocative (and impossible) imperative to "Abolish restaurants."
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