Well, until Macmillan (and Morin as his enabler) totally fuck off — and ideally turn it over to women/LGBT owners and that isn’t very likely — that’s one more place we won’t be giving our money to. Like Batali, like Hardie, like Dan Doherty over here in the UK, like so many others (and many yet to be called out), these paragraphs, extracted from a much longer piece in the New Yorker Magazine explains why you shouldn’t either. The article reads 50% as a pure puff piece and 50% as a partial, very partial apology. But mainly a “look how I’ve changed, now that I’m not drinking”. Especially when you realise — looking at the last extract below — that they’ll happily continue to employ an abuser because he i̴s̴ ̴n̴o̴w̴ ̴a̴ ̴c̴o̴-̴o̴w̴n̴e̴r̴ ̴o̴f̴ ̴o̴n̴e̴ ̴o̴f̴ ̴t̴h̴e̴i̴r̴ ̴o̴t̴h̴e̴r̴ ̴r̴e̴s̴t̴a̴u̴r̴a̴n̴t̴s̴ has “proven by his actions that he’s a good man.”
Bye, bye Joe Beef
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