Jun 15, 2009
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“Olive Garden” bucked to poltical pressure. Therefore, I will no longer be dining there.
I am very glad Olive Garden dropped it advertising for Lunatic Letterman. I will be dining there.
Agree with strussman, no more Olive Garden for me and my family until they show some backbone and reverse this decision.
KUDOS FOR DISCONNECTING FROM LETTERMAN
HE IS NOT ANY FAMILY MAN!!
ALWAYS HAS CRUDE INTENTIONS IN ALMOST ALL OF HIS “JOKES”…CONGRATULATIONS.
I LOVE OLIVE GARDEN EVEN MORE NOW.
I find it disturbingly ironic that Olive Garden would think such a move would indicate a positive family image. After all, this move supports John Ziegler is a has-been talk show host who was repeatedly fired for overstepping the bounds of appropriateness through sexual, sexist, and racist comments for which he offered no apologies. Meanwhile, Letterman simply made a stupid and misinterpreted joke. This was hardly the first and won’t be last unfunny joke made during a late night talk show. But the worthwhile thing to note, in my opinion, is that Letterman did the remarkable (and right) thing by offering a sincere and heartfelt apology. Sorry, for me it’s a no-brainer who to back on this one. I’m boycotting Olive Garden for their silly overreaction.
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