Remember Guy Fieri's new restaurant in Times Square, the one with the awful food? Well, somebody forgot to buy the domain name and now some jokester's built a pretty convincing spoof site.
How long until something as ephemeral as Twitter is respected as a protected medium for creation? This may all sound overly dramatic — we're talking about where a fake Guy Fieri menu came from — but the boundaries of ownership do matter.
As the New York Times public editor looks back on Pete Wells, Guy Fieri, and "exuberant pans," we've come to see that negative reviews are now just way more meta, and way more democratic, than ever.
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One day after getting savaged by New York Times restaurant reviewer Pete Wells, Flavor Town mayor Guy Fieri went on the offense, taking over the Today show to his defend his cooking.
New York Times food critic Pete Wells published a review of Guy's American Bar and Grill, the latest concept from Food Network-famous walking hot rod Guy Fieri, that's composed entirely of questions. And it's awesome.
Reese Witherspoon's house lost the big Hollywood Obama fundraiser to George Clooney's house, Guy Fieri's canary yellow Lamborghini is found alive and well and surrounded by a motorcycle and gun possibly used in a drive-by shooting, and Amy Sacco and JD Samson had words.
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