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He's a sadistic asshole, but the world needs more sadistic assholes rather than gentle and patient SJWs who tap people on the back and tell them how fat is beautiful and it's possible to be fat and fit.

I consider this guy a necessary evil.

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In my mind this place is just facilitating Darwinisn.
01-04-2016 05:49 AM
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I was curious so I took a look at the menu and was more offended by the prices.

$9.25 for a fucking hotdog that looks like it has a fat bitch's diarrhea sprayed on top and some standard topping.


$9.25 for a single patty burger with standard toppings and cheese. That's a small slim standard burger. They offer bacon at .92 a slice.
In n' out is like $2.25 for a standard cheeseburger.


This is a place cashing in on controversy. America is like the land of outrage marketing.
01-04-2016 08:52 AM
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(01-04-2016 02:10 AM)SamuelBRoberts Wrote:  
Quote:That's what bothers me. This whole "What I do with my body is my decision" entitled, cocky attitude. That makes no sense when we live under a pre-universal/unified healthcare system.
"It doesn't affect you, it only affects me." Bullshit. Your proud irresponsible decisions affect everyone in a negative way, making you a walking burden.
This is a pretty dumb line of reasoning. If that's your logic, is there anything at all the government can't ban?
"You drink too much, and you're at heavy risk of liver disease. You're affecting everyone in a negative way, making you a walking burden. We're taking your beer away."
"You're having way too much unprotected sex, putting you at risk of all kinds of diseases. Not only that, you could be spreading these diseases to others. You're affecting everyone in a negative way, making you a walking burden. No more pick-up artistry for you, buddy."
"You're doing way too many squats at the gym. It's only a matter of time before you blow out your knees and insurance has to pay for your surgery and physical therapy. You're affecting everyone in a negative way, making you a walking burden. Put down the barbell and get your ass back to aerobics class."
"Your car is 5 years old, and it doesn't have the newest safety features. If you get in an accident we'll have to pay for your rehab. You're affecting everyone in a negative way, making you a walking burden. You're taking the bus from now on."

Come on man, if you're posting on this forum you're smarter than that.

I strongly disagree with what you've said, mainly because Goldhawkstar said nothing about government banning orders.

He merely said that that obesity is going to end up being on everyone's tab if taxpayer funded universal healthcare is in place. He was clearly implying that a healthy society has some element of considerateness between people in place.

It's very unfair to call someone's argument 'dumb' when you have put in strong assumptions in place that were not there to begin with.

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I've passed by the place quite a few times.

It's really just catering to the types of people that are in that area.

Downtown Vegas is a funny place. It used to be Vegas before the Strip existed. Then it sort of faded into obscurity and the D-list option for people who couldn't afford the strip (downtown Casinos also have better odds) There's a grimy, meth-addict, homeless, fat midwesterner element to downtown.

But in recent years it's suddenly become the place for locals to go to, so there's some decent restaurants popping up and some cool bars.

But there's still a strong element of Vegas D-list in downtown, specifically Fremont St, with hordes of fat families pouring in for cheap gambling and $9.95 prime rib specials. Go there on a Fri or Saturday night and it's a complete shitshow. You've never seen so many landwhales.

That's where Heart Attack Grill is located.

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01-04-2016 10:45 AM
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(01-03-2016 10:56 PM)The Lizard of Oz Wrote:  I should add that on re-watching the video, I got less of an ideological/SJW vibe from him, and more one of a sweaty hard-charging operator, possibly a low-level white collar criminal. That's no bargain, but it's much better than my initial impression, LOL.

Manipulative? Yes. Evil? I don't think so. He's got the look of a man who stared hard into the abyss and decided to kick it back.

The present world is one where profiting from good work is getting harder by the day. People would rather spend $10 on a piece of crap that breaks in six months than $20 on something that lasts them five years. They'd rather absorb the narcissistic supply of an atheist youtuber than open up a book of philosophy. Smart businessmen are figuring this out, that the money is in sham-corporations like Solyndra or Tesla Motors (companies that wouldn't exist without government subsidy); if what you do is economically viable you'll become a target for leftist groups and government bureaucrats.

This is an issue I, personally, struggle with. I try and provide people real value, I try and challenge them philosophically and morally instead of telling them what they want to hear, when doing the latter would be easier and more profitable.

The Heart Attack Grill is a wonderful act of performance art in my mind, purely Vegas. It says "You stupid sloppy cunts hate your health that bad? PROVE IT TO ME! PAY ME FOR THE TOOLS THAT WILL HELP YOU KILL YOURSELF!!!" And people do exactly that.

Part of the reason I love the old strip so much is because the people there have exorcised their demons for the night, by committing slow suicide at the slot machines or at restaurants like the Heart Attack Grill. This is the only form of absolution most people can understand, and they wind up being quite wonderful while they're here; I normally hate crowds, but I love it there.

That said, the food isn't really all that unhealthy; it's paleo, more or less, and you get a lot of bang for your buck. It's better than your typical burger joint.

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Regarding the disgust with fat people: I think the fundamental reason we're all disgusted with them is that it's the symptom of a moral flaw - gluttony. Trying to explain it with statements such as "They're costing healthcare more money," misses the point, and offers a rationalization for more bureaucratization; you can't legislate morality

Better to just point out the obvious: when you shovel all that food down your fat gob, you're making baby Jesus cry, you filthy degenerate.
01-04-2016 05:01 PM
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The only issue I have with fat people is if/when they directly affect my life somehow. If someone's oversized ass is in my way and making it difficult to navigate or sit down then I consider that being inconsiderate. When fat people expect the world to accommodate them when it should be the other way around. Fuck those people.

Aside from that, let them be fat. The argument about us "picking up their tab" in the form of paying taxes for medical care is BS. We'd be paying it anyway. If you want to argue medical expenses, the cost of paying for cancer treatment for people who can't afford it dwarfs the cost of treating people with complications related to being overweight.
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(01-04-2016 10:00 AM)Veloce Wrote:  I've passed by the place quite a few times.

It's really just catering to the types of people that are in that area.

Downtown Vegas is a funny place. It used to be Vegas before the Strip existed. Then it sort of faded into obscurity and the D-list option for people who couldn't afford the strip (downtown Casinos also have better odds) There's a grimy, meth-addict, homeless, fat midwesterner element to downtown.

But in recent years it's suddenly become the place for locals to go to, so there's some decent restaurants popping up and some cool bars.

But there's still a strong element of Vegas D-list in downtown, specifically Fremont St, with hordes of fat families pouring in for cheap gambling and $9.95 prime rib specials. Go there on a Fri or Saturday night and it's a complete shitshow. You've never seen so many landwhales.

That's where Heart Attack Grill is located.

Not to derail much but I got a T shirt from Fremont St that is just drawings of titties with different names. It's a funny shirt.

Titties are
Bee stings
Pointers
Blockbusters
Hasbeens
Pears
Bananas
Head Lights
Peaches
Cucumbers
Double Bubble
Watermelons
Cantelopes
Flapjacks
Gumdrops
Coat Hooks.

Shirt makes me laugh overtime I wear it.


On topic. I done some googling on this restaurant. All the waitresses wear nurses uniforms.
01-05-2016 03:13 PM
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Veloce pretty much summed up the vibe perfectly.


But, the food doesn't even really look good. It just looks like he gets the cheapest ingredients possible from Smith's, the only difference is, he gives you MORE and with more butter or something.




This restaurant would lose money in almost any location except for the one its in.



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01-06-2016 02:18 AM
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Its ironic.. People / Morons still go there.. {sarcarm} God Bless America! Tongue

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(01-05-2016 03:13 PM)JordanH Wrote:  
(01-04-2016 10:00 AM)Veloce Wrote:  I've passed by the place quite a few times.

It's really just catering to the types of people that are in that area.

Downtown Vegas is a funny place. It used to be Vegas before the Strip existed. Then it sort of faded into obscurity and the D-list option for people who couldn't afford the strip (downtown Casinos also have better odds) There's a grimy, meth-addict, homeless, fat midwesterner element to downtown.

But in recent years it's suddenly become the place for locals to go to, so there's some decent restaurants popping up and some cool bars.

But there's still a strong element of Vegas D-list in downtown, specifically Fremont St, with hordes of fat families pouring in for cheap gambling and $9.95 prime rib specials. Go there on a Fri or Saturday night and it's a complete shitshow. You've never seen so many landwhales.

That's where Heart Attack Grill is located.

Not to derail much but I got a T shirt from Fremont St that is just drawings of titties with different names. It's a funny shirt.

Titties are
Bee stings
Pointers
Blockbusters
Hasbeens
Pears
Bananas
Head Lights
Peaches
Cucumbers
Double Bubble
Watermelons
Cantelopes
Flapjacks
Gumdrops
Coat Hooks.

Shirt makes me laugh overtime I wear it.


On topic. I done some googling on this restaurant. All the waitresses wear nurses uniforms.

Several years ago, the Arizona Board of Nursing was in a snit about this. They asked the attorney general to write to the owner because according to state law, "only a person who holds a valid and current license to practice professional nursing … may use the title 'Nurse.'" (Source here.)

I know about this because I have a few friends on Facebook who are nurses, and they all posted this story and complained about the stereotype these "naughty nurse" uniforms caused.

Of course, when Halloween came around, what kind of costumes do you think they all wore?
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