New Yorker Foodies Pissing Off the Regulatory Bullies

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Newsflash: New Yorkers are a lawless, ill-mannered, and disrespectful bunch. They have the audacity to hold “illegal” dinners in the “underground world” without Mayor Bloomberg’s permission and without having the entire new York City regulatory apparatus approve and license their gatherings via their system of legalized plundering that sanctions and regulates extortion on the behalf of perverted government entities.

This is the kind of writing we have become used to in nazified America, wherein the masses are hypnotized into thinking feeling that no one anywhere has any right whatsoever to self-direct their lives and claim their bodies as being owned by themselves. Here is a snippet:

We are talking about super-secret, illegal dining experiences hosted in homes.

CBS 2 investigative reporter Tamara Leitner went undercover to see firsthand how this underground world works.

It may look like a dinner party, but it’s really an underground supper club.

The article describes heroic foodies in New York who celebrate and arrange unique dining experiences for folks who voluntarily want to partake of these experiences and pay their hosts a worthwhile fee to provide them with a desired service. Great chefs are doing this not just for a profit, but also because of their love for food culture and the desire to foster unique dining experiences for their own enjoyment. The words used in this CBS piece are “meals with strangers” and ”unregulated” and “clandestine,” as if sharing a meal with other willing folks – strangers! – who desire to pay for a unique service is somehow sullied and akin to lewd criminal acts. Here is another noteworthy quote:

The Health Department refused to discuss the issue on camera but in a statement told CBS 2: “In New York City, people who offer meals to the public for money are considered food service establishments and need permits. The city does not allow meals to be served to members of the public in someone’s home.”

Well, to heck with these ratfinks who insist on controlling the choices and transactions of other via their beloved government paper shufflers who do nothing more than rape the public coffers and pension system while claiming “public service.”

The GOOD thing is that Meet-Ups have been forming here in Detroit doing the same sort of thing. I am going to my first “illegal” event soon.

10:19 pm on September 16, 2013