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Gruesome exempts Panera


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2024 Feb 28, 2:55pm   235 views  11 comments

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For our enemies, the full weight of the law.


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1   WookieMan   2024 Feb 28, 3:01pm  

Eh, does this move the needle on anything? I go out to eat at local places, small business. I don't think I've gone to a chain in years besides an airport or out of convenience on a long road trip. We actually try to find dive bars and local places. Haven't stepped foot in a Panera in 10 years for sure.
2   Shaman   2024 Feb 28, 3:13pm  

So the help at Panera will be even lower quality than usual.
Awesome reason to avoid that place.
3   Onvacation   2024 Feb 28, 4:25pm  

What restaurants DON'T sell bread?

And if they don't sell bread, can they start selling bread in order to claim the exemption?
4   Ceffer   2024 Feb 28, 5:31pm  

Lower grade of pubic hair and spit in the servings.
5   AmericanKulak   2024 Feb 28, 8:13pm  

Onvacation says

And if they don't sell bread, can they start selling bread in order to claim the exemption?

Claimed that they have to have sold bread before September 2023 according to the Law.
6   WookieMan   2024 Feb 29, 5:21am  

AmericanKulak says

Onvacation says


And if they don't sell bread, can they start selling bread in order to claim the exemption?

Claimed that they have to have sold bread before September 2023 according to the Law.

You shouldn't go anyway. The food is average for somewhat fast food. I personally haven't had McDonalds in I don't know how many years. I'd rather hit up a Subway or Jimmy Johns if I'm looking for a quick bite. You can't really fuck up meat, cheese and bread. Even then I might only do that 1-2 times a year, if that.

I'm a sit down type. Have a beer and relax. Have mostly fresher food. We're friends with half the servers in our town. I'm never gonna know the Panera cashier ever. But I'm also not driving 25 minutes to get to it.

Also, doesn't every restaurant sell bread? @Eman - This is what I'm talking about with EV's. CA is coming after you at some point regardless of the green agenda. It won't be green anymore when the roads are shit (already are) and EV's finally get called out for what they are. Dirty. Worse than oil.
7   zzyzzx   2024 Feb 29, 5:58am  

https://ktla.com/news/california/panera-bread-exempt-from-following-californias-new-minimum-wage-law-due-to-relationship-with-newsom-reports/#:~:text=Panera%20Bread%20is%20exempt%20from,take%20effect%20beginning%20April%201.

However, Newsom pushed for the exemption, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg. One of the primary beneficiaries of the exemption is Greg Flynn, a billionaire and longtime Newsom donor
8   zzyzzx   2024 Feb 29, 5:59am  

Shaman says

So the help at Panera will be even lower quality than usual.
Awesome reason to avoid that place.


The Panera employees will, at the very least, be disgruntled or fleeing.
9   RC2006   2024 Feb 29, 6:45am  

Couldn't every resteraunt just put toast on the menu?
10   ElYorsh   2024 Feb 29, 7:23am  

RC2006 says

Couldn't every resteraunt just put toast on the menu?

Bread has to be baked and sold at the establishment. I didn't know about the special rule for businesses that had it prior to 2023. Initially I thought they were creating business opportunities for the bread baking industry.
11   HeadSet   2024 Feb 29, 12:45pm  

ElYorsh says

Initially I thought they were creating business opportunities for the bread baking industry.

Nope, just a cunning and specific cutout for long time Gavin donor and supporter Greg Flynn.


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