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Nov 10 2017

Restaurant Has All HIV-Positive Staff

Restaurants often use gimmicky appeals to draw in customers. Here’s a pitch tailor made for moonbats: a restaurant staffed entirely by people infected with HIV, which is usually spread through degeneracy and which causes AIDS — a horrible way to die:

Located in Toronto, the restaurant called June’s on Tuesday was serving its first meals prepared by HIV-positive cooks to dispel any notion that food preparation can spread the virus.

Let’s hope the cooks are careful with their knives. Getting their blood in the food may not spread the disease, but considering that prechewing food has transmitted HIV to infants, who knows?

The pop-up restaurant will be open for only 2 days. Giving an idea of the prevalence of moonbattery in Toronto, 200 customers bought reserved tickets for $98 apiece ($125 in Canadian dollars). With that kind of demand, they ought to make the place permanent.

Theoretically, such a restaurant is safe so long as you ignore June’s “Kiss the HIV+ Cook” aprons and don’t become too intimate with anyone who works there. Still, you might rather eat at a restaurant where none of the staff is HIV positive. But that probably wouldn’t be allowed; it would be discrimination.

On a tip from Guy B.



  • Mr. Freemarket

    What? Only open two days?

    Maybe this is an idea that could catch on. A restaurant staffed by only those who have hepatitis. Or a restaurant staffed by those who are recovering from a cold or flu?

    Yeah…that’s the spirit.

  • BPatMann

    OK, but you try it first.

  • gregtuco

    Let the virtue signaling begin!

  • THOUGHTCRIMINAL2084

    Why stop at HIV? They are discriminating against Tuberculosis and Hepatitis carriers. Spread the love. Love trumps hate – Spread all of that love!

  • THOUGHTCRIMINAL2084

    Bubonic Plague carriers need to feel loved too. And what about Denghi Fever? Lest not forget Ebola – it would be racis to discriminate against this African cultural enrichment.

    Seems NYC came very close to a Bubonic Plague outbreak in 1943 – the “Wyoming Matter” https://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/the-secret-story-of-how-bubonic-plague-nearly-broke-out-1689284222

  • Eddie_Valiant

    Didn’t Chipotle already do this?

    Oh, wait, no……..they just served up the e.coli provided by the staff.

  • BiffWellington

    Sorry, but your waiter has just died. I assure you, your food will be right out. We apologize for any inconvenience. Perhaps a complementary dessert?

  • magic1114

    Number of customers waiting to be seated? Zero. Maybe if they hired Typhoid Mary II?

  • MAS

    Umm no thanks, the missus and I will be dining in. AIDS is the tip of the spear for the diseases these human Petri dishes can carry.

  • Mr. Freemarket

    What are the odds that this trendy restaurant has a rat infestation, too?

  • Steve2

    It’s like the moonbats are trying to say “hey HIV isn’t so bad, besides it’s a small price to pay for the rampant sodomy I love so much.”

  • Nome Sane

    Don’t try to ‘dispell the notion’ on me or my family, thanks. What a nutter idea you have there June.

  • THOUGHTCRIMINAL2084

    Every Democratic utopia is infested. The rats in Northern Brooklyn are so prevalent that they are tearing out gardens and putting concrete to keep them at bay.

  • Geeknerd

    The HIV virus does not cause AIDS. Read “the myth of heterosexual AIDS”

  • Nick Testa

    WOW, this is virtue signaling at it’s finest..

    Of course progressives will flock there to eat to show the world how tolerant they are.

    People with HIV should NOT be allowed to work in food service, what if they get a minor cut and don’t know it while preparing a salad? I mean they are working around knives and fast paced environment where accidents are unavoidable.

    Oh and don’t they have a health department in Canada? one would think this would violate some laws…

    Sure, I guess I wouldn’t have an issue with a server being HIV positive but not the cooks, line cooks and prep cooks….. I wouldn’t want someone with HIV preparing my meal, regardless if there is little risk of getting HIV, the simple fact there is any risk is the problem.

    Oh and what’s next? a restaurant that only employs those with Hepatitis C???

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