Originally Posted by aybojs
And while globetrotter beat me to making the general point, it's pretty amusing to see how far into denial someone will go to avoid coping with the fact that his opinion is in the vast minority, and not because of rampant ignorance and stupidity and the part of everyone who disagrees with him. Let's see, which sounds more logical: a) owners who want to take advantage of a large general market responding to customer feedback of said market by adjusting their restaurant management habits accordingly or b) a vast and malicious conspiracy involving shady marketing departments and middle managers working to spite traditionalist diners and subvert the concept of a restaurant by brainwashing the ignorant masses like us (who cannot think for themselves and can only parrot what is foisted on them by the aforementioned conspirators) into believing that only familiar and informal service is acceptable? You don't need a 180 on the LSAT to figure out which is the more viable conclusion.
You're one of them!