Xenophobic much?

Posted on June 2nd, 2008

"Does Dunkin' Donuts think customers to be so dim witted as to mistake cuddly kitchen kingpin Ray a jihadist?"

So reads the National Enquirer, and when it's calling bullshit on a sensationalist story, you know you're on shaky ground. Of course, credibility's never been much of a concern for the jingoists who renamed potato slices "freedom fries" to spite the country that gave them the Statue of Liberty. A simple "thank you" will do, assholes.

As with Frickin' Chicken, this tempest in a teapot is the result of one crackpot's ranting. The only story here is that a chef actually endorses Dunkin' Donuts.

(from Gawker)


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