Tuesday, November 28, 2006

IS THAT A PANCAKE IN YOUR WALLET OR ARE YOU JUST HUNGRY TO SEE ME?

From the "Well, That Sure Sounds Like Good News" Files, we learn from A.P. that customers at the International House Of Pancakes in Quincy, MA will no longer be required to show picture ID to be seated.

Nah, I'm not sure I understand either. Hey, check out the article, it's short.

More importantly, however, could IHOP's liberalizing of its draconian anti-privacy measures be the sign liberty-loving Americans have been waiting for? That Constitutionalism will soon be returning to the Halls of Congress, to the town squares of Middle America, and to the Phone Lines, WiFi Connections and Internet Tubes of our great nation's telecommunications channels?

Or is it just a house of pancakes?

(Get it? Like a house of cards, only this one's a house of pancakes, because IHOP stands for . . . oh, never mind.)

2 Comments:

Blogger DED said...

I guess that they'll do warrantless wiretaps next.

5:36 PM  
Anonymous Mike said...

Yes! That way they can preempt anyone going to a different restaurant. If two folks decide to have their breakfast at Denny's, the IHOPers can attempt to intercede.

5:55 PM  

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