This week, Rice critiqued a restaurant in Mellville, Johannesburg, formerly called Misohawni.
The racial slur “Misohawni” originates from the Stanley Kubrick Vietnam War film “Full Metal Jacket”.
After a backlash on social media, the owners have changed the restaurant’s name to “Miso Ramen Amen”
No prizes for guessing that Rice gave it a “zero”.
This week’s “hero” rating goes to outdoor living retailer REI for closing all of its 151 stores on Black Friday and Thanksgiving.
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below.
They simply spread the deals over a longer period.— Andy Rice
You can get it wrong through stupidity.— Andy Rice
I can’t see any redeeming features at all.— Andy Rice
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