wow, no guac...in a mexican cantina...wow...I believe that's a first. How unpatriotic.
It was not in God's divine plan for the reviewer to get guacamole. God was busy unleashing tornadoes in Kansas and shaking down buildings to crush thousands of kids in China.
You know, Barry, you are right. Not having guacamole, not getting good service at a restaurant, these aren't significant in the scheme of things. But you have to put things in context. This isn't about a cyclone or an earthquake or a war. This is a restaurant review. In the context of a restaurant review, it's appropriate to complain about them being out of basic foods (guacamole would qualify as such in a mexican restaurant), or about getting bad service.If you want to read about serious topics and not be bothered by trivial matters such as this, don't read restaurant reviews!
40 pounds pf guac? Sounds like the restaurant was furnishing something for a party. However, they ought to get their priorities straight if they want to stay in business. There ARE people who read those reviews and pay attention to them.On the other hand, I hate guac, so no harm done for me...lol
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