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May 3rd 2011 10:29AM My wife has a severe (read: potentially deathly) allergy to onions. If you don't like onions... don't lie and say that you have an allergy. It pisses me off to no end, when I hear someone say they have an allergy, then whisper to their friends later, that they lied just to get no onions. Here is the difference. If someone cooks a burger on a grill that has touched onions, YOU won't notice. My wife however WILL. She will notice when the PAIN starts to hit. My wife and I are extremely clear and we politely give all restaurants to choice to refuse to serve us, and many take us up on that. We then go somewhere else. But if you are LYING about an allergy, you are endangering my wife by grouping her with the asses who lie about it.
Jan 27th 2011 3:03PM How are ANY of these crucial OR "need to know"? I'm comfortablewith most of those, but seriously...
Jan 27th 2011 12:55PM My wife has the same situation! We don't meet a lot of people who have onion allergies. We work very hard at being very clear and up front. If a restaurant isn't comfortable serving us, and is more comfortable for us to leave... well, if it's up to me I'd rather my wife stay alive! Much respect to both Bayless and Tsai.
Oct 16th 2008 3:55PM Just to toss in a pro-trillian voice... I'm currently using the latest version of Trillian Astra and it's been stable and solid. Though it is still in private beta(yes, I know it's been a gajillion years), I understand it is nearing a public release.