Next time you want "extra meat" when you go to Subway there just may be an employee who thinks you would be better off with an alternative. Elizabeth Hunt, age 47, was just arrested for selling weed to many people ordering a Subway sandwich. The code word was "extra meat". All you had to do was slip an extra $10 in her tip jar and she would slip a little baggie in your order. Nice.
In another story of entrepreneurialism, a woman in Philly is suing Dunkin' Donuts because they supposedly put real sugar in her coffee. She is a diabetic and she claims it put her into diabetic shock. After drinking the beverage, Danielle Jordan experienced light-headedness, dizziness and had to go to the ER. Sounds a little suspicious, eh? I don't know many diabetics who are that brittle. Could it be that what she got with the coffee may have added to her increased sugar? Her lawyer claims that her diabetes symptoms have permanently worsened due to this incident. I may not be the greatest doctor in the world but I never seen a few teaspoons of sugar make anyone's diabetes worse for life. I bet you many lawyers have, though. They are so intuitive that way.
I just wanted to share with you two examples of regular people just trying to make a buck in the fast food business. One behind the counter and one in front of it. This is a great country.