you are comparing apples and oranges.
Makes me hungry already. Any good stalls around that area? I like the wantan mee but always super long queue.....
Hiya, the topic was about a stall and bad services.. how come become legal discussion again!?? Another thread about Yoga Shop hardsell tactics also become legal discussion... we have too many lawyers or law students here??
Anyway I think you will get into trouble if you impersonate a food reviewer and ask for a free meal. And it is also provided the stall can catch you after you have left without a trace.
Relax lah, bah, I am not trying to get you involved; neither am I involved in it. I was just trying to state my point of view. Yeah, I agreed with you that one can get into trouble if he poses as a food reviewer just to get a free meal. But, from my point of view, the TS hasn't done anything wrong - didn't get a free meal neither did he say that he was a food reviewer. Taking pictures of food eaten by one will not make one a food reviewer.
As a recap:
Originally Posted by JamesWOriginally Posted by eikinOriginally Posted by vince123123
1. You mentioned that there will be legal troubles
2. I asked what type of legal troubles
3. You then quoted the analogies of impersonating a public servant and impersonation to trespass.
4. I said they were wrong analogies and put the situation in context again for you to comment and confirm your opinion.
5. You elected not to comment on the substantial points, and instead decided to backtrack and said you only meant "probably" (getting into trouble). You then said I couldn't read.
If you intended it as probably, then you could have stated it as so in the outset instead of elaborating on what the legal troubles are. Nevertheless, even if we were to take your intention of "probably" into account used, that still means you believe there is a basis of legal trouble.
The basis for this probability then remains the same as you have stated (analogies of pubic servant and trespassing). You have not retracted the analogies which then suggests that you remain of the view that they are correct.
Hence, the summary is: You've tried to substantiate what legal troubles there are. When doubt was raised as to the validity of the explanation (ie they are flawed analogies), you then used the "escape route" to say you only meant "probably". The use of the backdoor "probably" does not rebutt the doubts raised on the flawed analogies. It only shows you trying to backtrack.
I now invite you to answer the a direct question on what legal troubles are there for the TS to say that he is doing a food review in the context of the facts stated above.
Well, it looks like there is one other person who shares the same view as me.
btw vince, since you're so into legal stuff, maybe you'll be interested to show TS how he can actually solve this problem he met with through legal channels, at the same time this will keep the discussion here on track. looking forward to your replies
I wasn't hard up at all really, I was prepared to let it drop, but since you repeatedly made your request, I obliged you - don't try to twist words around or make it look like I fell into your trap. It was only because of your request that I obliged.
It is clear from the "read what you want" that you have nothing further to add and that you have conceded your position.
I never said I was the Chief Justice or that you are answerable to me - you are conjuring things from nowhere. If you did not wish to answer, you could not have answered in the very first query.
After you take all the photos, did you ask for a receipt?
With both the photos and receipt, then they would be scared.
let's get back to the real topic TS started....
it is really a very unpleasant experience to think that the shells could have been recycled !!!!
i wonder if this is an isolated case or are there many shops doing the recycling of shells....
makes me worried the next time i order shell food...
Hope to learn from everyone here....
You know, I heard that a certain hawker centre in Bedok recycled straws that they use for drinking.
Even more disgusting was a prata man who recycled the curry used!! (ie they pour it back into the main pot).
This is sad.
What I heard before.
1) Certain mala steamboats in Spore recycle the mala stock in your steamboat. In the back area, they drain the debris from the previous diner in strainers and recycle the mala stock for the next round. (However could be rumours spreaded by rivals)