“The entrepreneur picked his proverbial anti-COVID-19 hill to die on and society felt it needed to stop him.”

It’s our Tiananbaum Square, and Joe was there!
Adamson Barbecue is turning up the heat on the latest COVID-19 lockdown. And pouring on some extra hot sauce, too. All eyes will be on the popular Texas-style, slow-cooked beef establishment’s Etobicoke location…as its owner has promised to… open for “in restaurant dining against the provincial order.” Adamson Barbecue says it will draw a line in the sand and lead the effort to defy the government…. It will be to [sic] interesting to see how this is handled by the provincial and municipal authorities who have been reported in the past for issuing non-compliance fines at everything from weddings to families rollerblading in a non-complying social distancing way…. I always admire people who break away from the pack, push back on dumb rules and fight off the haters. But that said, the law is the law and if you break it, there can be consequences.
—Joe Wormington, Toronto Sun, Nov. 24, 2020.

No lime, just a dad fighting for freedom for little Riley

Maybe they could just treat all the gang-bangers to lunch at Adamson BBQ and see what happens
The city said it is investigating Adamson “for compliance with business licensing, zoning, public health, Ontario Building Code and the Ontario Fire Code requirements….” If only councillors were as adamant about stopping gang shooting!
—Wormington, Toronto Sun, Nov. 25, 2020.

The truth is still out there
SKELLY [HIS ACTUAL NAME]: And I’m very happy to have the Toronto Sun in here, who’s been doing some very unbiased reporting, from—who we got—Lilley and Furey and, I’m sorry, your name again?

WORMINGTON: Joe Warmington.

SKELLY: —Joe Warmington, who’ve been doing some great unbiased reporting on what’s going on with COVID.
—Wormington interviews Adam Skelly, of Adamson BBQ, Nov. 24, 2020.

And there’s no I in team!
Nobody has to go to the restaurant to put themselves at risk to catch COVID-19. There are no intersections being shut down or trains being blocked.
—Wormington, Toronto Sun, Nov. 25, 2020.

Joining the ranks of the Second Rebellion of Bardas Phokas the Younger, the War of Deposition against King Hans, the Revolt of the Pitauds and the War of the Maidens…
“The BBQ Uprising will be remembered in history” | Joe Warmington with David Menzies

— rebelnews.com, Nov. 25, 2020.

Perhaps not the best choice of proverbs at this time
The entrepreneur picked his proverbial anti-COVID-19 hill to die on and society felt it needed to stop him.
—Wormington, Toronto Sun, Nov. 27, 2020,

Especially if they all come down with COVID
His BBQ Revolt odyssey began when he offered in-restaurant dining at his Queen Elizabeth Blvd. restaurant Tuesday and reached maximum attention Thursday with dozen police surrounding the businesses and hundreds of protesters. It will be interesting to add up the taxpayer’s bill for the dozens of police officers on scene and a dozen police horses.
—Wormington, Toronto Sun, Nov. 27, 2020.

WARMINGTON: GoFundMe to bail out Adamson BBQ owner tops over $120Gs
—Toronto Sun, Nov. 27, 2020.


3 comments on ““The entrepreneur picked his proverbial anti-COVID-19 hill to die on and society felt it needed to stop him.”
  1. OJM says:

    “Try our Give Me Riberty or Give Me Death combo.”

  2. Papadoc says:

    Joe also admires drunk drivers, wife beaters and people who floss on the subway…all types of people who “break away from the pack”.

  3. OJM says:

    Plainly, the Great American Psychosis has jumped the border and is now spreading rapidly among our cretins and dipshits.

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