Anti-Yelp T-Shirts in San Fran
More anti-Yelp news out of the Bay Area. (Sietsema posted on the East Bay Express' story about how Yelp may be cooking its reviews.
San Francisco's Pizzeria Delfina has made shirts for staff printed with the restaurant's (often nonsensical) bad reviews on Yelp. Slice points out that it's kind of like reclaiming derogatory language...kind of. The t-shirts read, "This place sucks," and "The pizza was soooo greasy. I am assuming this was in part due to the pig fat," along with the name of the offending Yelper who wrote each review.
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