Jack Hammer posted:
Maybe we don't know what they do on those days. Most people won't
eat Mexican food on a Saturday night anyway.
I dance all night myself. I don't mean all by myself.

The one here was already closed on Sunday. Like Bamaman said...most likely not enough business on those days. Too many places to eat Mexican food.

Jutu posted:
Jack Hammer posted:
Maybe we don't know what they do on those days. Most people won't
eat Mexican food on a Saturday night anyway.
I dance all night myself. I don't mean all by myself.

The one here was already closed on Sunday. Like Bamaman said...most likely not enough business on those days. Too many places to eat Mexican food.

I don't necessarily want to agree with y'all and say that Rosie's wasn't doing this but for the benefit of their employees but there is one piece of compelling evidence that I believe may confirm this suspicion and that is the new Sunday-Monday closing days only applies to the Shoals Rosies and NOT the Huntsville market which is certainly much more crowded and busy.  At least a store manager that I ask, if it applied to the Huntsville stores, indicated that it was for this (Florence) store only.

The Huntsville location on University drive was closed this past Sunday.

 I have heard repeatedly that Sunday after church diners do not tip, so yes I guess it would devalue the employees quality of life if they work the same and do not receive compensation. 

I'm soooooo Sorry to the forum.

I can't for the life of me understand how I missed this and put this in the Religion forum.  This should have been in the Food forum and not Religion but I can't change that now so I'll say I'm sorry to those, members of the forum, for my mistake.  Maybe it was just early/late in the day and I didn't catch it but all this time later I realize it so there's my mea culpa.

gbrk posted:

I'm soooooo Sorry to the forum.

I can't for the life of me understand how I missed this and put this in the Religion forum.  This should have been in the Food forum and not Religion but I can't change that now so I'll say I'm sorry to those, members of the forum, for my mistake.  Maybe it was just early/late in the day and I didn't catch it but all this time later I realize it so there's my mea culpa.

I don't think it had any adverse affect on any lives. Of course there's always the chance a liberal Atheist might come along and say you tricked them into wandering into the Religion forum...and try to sue you. Liberals love to sue folks over the tiniest thing.

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