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Comet Pizza fake refrigerator photo in NY Times

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This photo was used in The NY Times article to show that Comet Pizza has an actual working walk-in refrigerator that they use a few doors down.

>pic related

Not sure what the food safety code is like in DC, but where I'm from (I own a restaurant) you can't store boxes of food directly on the floor.

>obviously staged

Ny times article




-things on the floor not on a shelf 6 inches off the ground
-nothing is labeled with dates
-items not in a container (peppers top right corner)
-glass bottles stored with food (pbr bottles)
-Cambro 22qt containers with out proper lids and labels
-product still in shipping containers (cardboard has a habit of transporting insects and their eggs is standard practice to take produce out and place into a plastic container)

this is enough to nearly shut a place down

not sure about DC but here in Vegas each violation is -1 point for each item. Every box, every container
-11 points the inspector makes management kick people out and pulls permit until it can be reinspected



Incidentally NY Times has in fact removed an article regarding the Norwegian pedophile scandal.



HELSINKI — Norwegian police say they investigating a pedophile network suspected to involve at least 51 people, which includes the abuse of infants and at least one case of a suspect acknowledging abusing his own children.
Deputy Police Chief Gunnar Floystad says that in Norway's largest abuse case to date they have arrested 20 men so far, with three convictions, in western Norway. The 31 other suspects are from other regions in Norway.
Floystad told reporters Sunday that many of the suspects are highly educated, and include lawyers and politicians. He said he could not reveal more details pending the conclusion of the investigation, known as "Dark Room," which began in 2015.
Prosecutors said the perpetrators met in the dark web, using encryption and anonymity to hide their tracks.


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 Cinnamon    28,911

@WaitingForTheWorms That is a nasty looking storage for sure, place needs to be shut down, wherever it is located. Ewww... I watched enough of Gordon Ramsey to know that much. lol  Carlos Slim is now invested in the NYT and the CEO carried water for Savile during his reign at BBC.

Mark John Thompson (born 31 July 1957) is the current Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The New York Times Company. From 2004 to 2012, Thompson was Director-General of the BBC, and was a former Chief Executive of Channel 4.

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