Burger King buys Tim Hortons; everyone makes the same joke
It could be a whopper of a deal. Burger King is reportedly in talks to buy Tim Hortons http://t.co/cNx6ApXJdb
— 680News Toronto (@680News) August 25, 2014
Burger King, Tim Hortons and a whopper of a deal in the works http://t.co/TZYYwZg8QV
— Maclean's Magazine (@MacleansMag) August 25, 2014
Tim Hortons could be in for a Whopper of a buyout. http://t.co/L8FHrTh9qG pic.twitter.com/gp2mXKIudb
— Toronto Sun (@TheTorontoSun) August 25, 2014
Jack M. Mintz: A Whopper of a deal for Canada http://t.co/8h2MpxWO3s
— Financial Post (@financialpost) August 27, 2014
VIDEO OF THE DAY · Tim Hortons takeover: Burger King is making a whopper of a merger with Tim Hortons. Will th… http://t.co/ztA0IRqWLU
— News 24h Canada (@news24hcan) August 27, 2014
Burger King Merger Creates Whopper of Uproar http://t.co/1asA2HsXqr
— NBC News Business (@NBCNewsBusiness) August 27, 2014
Not such a whopper of a deal for Tim Hortons bondholders. Cecile Gutscher explains. http://t.co/2X6hvf7hjl via @BloombergNews
— Dave Liedtka (@dliedtka) August 27, 2014
Burger King, the doughnut chain and claims of a whopper of a 'tax inversion' deal http://t.co/PmgWnzehFH pic.twitter.com/cNT06AznTa
— The Independent (@Independent) August 26, 2014
@fmanjoo is this a whopper of a deal?
— erik malinowski (@erikmal) August 26, 2014
Warren Buffett’s Latest Whopper of a Yield Deal http://t.co/QdzTGxSSNw
— B2StockNews (@B2StockNews) August 26, 2014
A Whopper of a Scam https://t.co/a6tLt3svrh
— Helmut Mueller (@HelmutMueller1) August 26, 2014
@TimHortons and @BurgerKing merger today. Must have been a #Whopper of a deal
— Ian Rilcoff (@Rilthethrill) August 26, 2014
‘Taxes Really Do Matter’: Whopper of a Lesson From Burger King’s Move http://t.co/mHOLMEnBuX #tcot
— Statesperson (@statesperson) August 26, 2014
A Whopper of a tax problem http://t.co/4HpxxuyZDS via @POLITICO
— Kelsey Snell (@kelsey_snell) August 26, 2014
Burger King's whopper deal with Tim Hortons leaves bad taste over tax http://t.co/S85PdRmnq4
— Al Jazeera America (@ajam) August 26, 2014
Is #BurgerKing facing a #PR backlash? This one could be a Whopper. http://t.co/UFStWKDLTU via @Marketing_Mag
— MAVERICK (@MAVERICK_POV) August 26, 2014
Burger King: Don’t Try This Whopper of a Tax Dodge http://t.co/DkDVs3QtDe @moveon
— Gail Brown (@brownloranger) August 26, 2014
Wondering if Burger King's inversion will lead to a Whopper of negative reaction. @nbcbayarea
— Larry Gerston (@lgerston) August 26, 2014
I am done with this WHOPPER OF A TAX CHEAT pic.twitter.com/sbVmWEQkQp
— LyndaAnn Howerton (@mommopolitics) August 26, 2014
Burger King deal could be a tax dodge whopper: It would also save the company a whopper of a tax bill. The dea… http://t.co/q1I4ntp0ki
— dungu nickson (@dungunickson) August 26, 2014
The deal, reports the CBC, creates a new company with “combined global sales of $23 billion and…18,000 locations in 98 countries.” It sure is a…eh, forget it.
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The funny thing is that Toronto Life trots out this article as though THEY don’t resort to the same thing themselves plenty. And what’s more, this tactic of pointing out how everyone does the same ‘joke’ has already become an overused and cliched routine. Remember when Jay Z took a beating from a girl in an elevator? Every news outlet and entertainment show started with ‘Jay Z has 99 problems and Beyonce’s Little Sister blah, blah, blah…’ Toronto Life, stop pretending you’re above this shtick. And while you’re at it, could you maybe focus on restaurant openings in the West End of the city a little more. I noticed one article written about a place opening in the East last week. That’s far too many.
Who cares about restaurant openings.
And, if you don’t like Toronto Life doing what they do, then why are you here? And reading their shit – exactly?
Well for one: They have a category called… ‘Openings’. So it must be popular enough with people to have a category… just like… Closings’. So you lost THAT argument pretty quickly Fella. As for why I’m here, I DO like what Toronto Life does… it’s just funny how West-centric it is. And for the record, I’m not calling their product ‘shit’… you are. Interesting that you take it SO personally and get so emotional that you resort to the aggressive AND the language. But a quick look over your posts on here shows that you have plenty of disdain for Toronto Life as well as what seems like a self-esteem issue, given how often you resort to name calling with people whose opinions you don’t like. Judging by your picture, you’re a little old for such petulant behavior. And that’s coming from a guy called ‘Grizzled Oldtimer. I’m sorry you’re so unhappy in life that THIS is how you deal with your silly rage issues but the desperate jumping up and down for attention won’t help you get better. And I’m sorry that you lost on both ‘arguments’ you made. Good luck to you and your faux narcissism shtick. Good day.
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