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Friday, October 14, 2005
Spotted at a Taco Bell drive-thru
While I was waiting for a Grilled Stuft Burrito at a Beaverton Taco Bell earlier tonight, I noticed an employee emptying the trash. The back door was open, exposing a sign with this warning written in large, red letters:
DO NOT OPEN THIS DOOR AT NIGHT!
YOUR LIFE MAY DEPEND ON IT!
It was also duplicated in Spanish alongside a series of other warnings advising workers to open the door slowly and not leave it unattended.
Maybe Beaverton is much more dangerous place than I ever took it for but do suburban Taco Bells really run the risk of being attacked by bloodthirsty biker gangs or crazed muggers? And if they are attacked by bloodthirsty bikers or crazed muggers, what's to stop them from using, oh, say...the front door?