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Asked if there was a discount for birthdays. Went in and got sat at a table right in front near a mirror. Food-tiny shrimp-inedible cocktail sauce. Stuffed sole was awful. Potatoes- big lumps Potatoe salad as dripping in liquid. Salad bar fruit was canned. In my opinion Mohegan suns buffet is so much better. Dear Lisa, Thank you for taking the time to tell us about your recent dining experience at The Festival Buffet here at Foxwoods. We would like to apologize that our food on this particular visit did not exceed your expectations.
Your satisfaction is important to us and we have shared your feedback and perception directly with our Culinary Team. We want you to have a good time and above all enjoy your dining experience. It is important to bring your concerns to our attention at the time of your visit so that we can professionally rectify the situation. We always have a Manager on Duty and a Chef on Duty who can address any and all concerns.
I have brought to the staff attention how important it is for us in Management to approach guests taking food out of the Buffet. Thank you for bringing this to our attention! Your satisfaction is important to us and we will be using the feedback you gave us to implement improvements to ensure we offer a better experience for our guests in the immediate future. Oh, we again will see the last-lap wildness that is guaranteed by myriad zones of mayhem in a hybridized layout perfectly cast as a playoff cutoff race, which was as much an ingenious masterstroke as turning the 1.
And surely Sunday will be the first of many times that we see world-class talents such as Larson, Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch cook their tires beyond the limits of even their sublime ability in trying to navigate the intractably narrow path through Turn 1. It might have been hard to recognize in the clouds of tire smoke enveloping the frontstretch in chaos, but Jimmie Johnson and Martin Truex Jr.
Johnson penalized himself for spinning on entry to the final chicane. This is easy to say absent the heat of the moment and the necessary split-second decisions made while decelerating at more than mph, but Johnson and Truex might have chosen differently if given another chance.
Both could have demonstrated chicane disobedience that would have benefited themselves and forced NASCAR into facing difficult judgment calls. If NASCAR still had stripped Truex of a precious victory — worth five extra points through the next two rounds — for trying to miss a wreck , the defending series champion would have been well within his rights to raise holy hell about it. By self-policing and stopping in the penalty box a hundred feet before the finish line, Johnson gave up the exact number of spots that would have secured his playoff advancement.
If he would have floored it instead, he would have retained the necessary points — but NASCAR claims Johnson still would have been hit with a second penalty for a last-lap violation and eliminated from the playoffs.
After a seven-time champion made one of the most indelible and swashbuckling moves in his illustrious career, NASCAR would have shamed him a la Gargamel stomping down the mountain to smash the newest beautiful creation in Smurf Village to pieces? In win-at-all-costs modern-day NASCAR, which has spent the better part of a decade justifiably restructuring its championship to emphasize victories while mostly declining to punish drivers who intentionally wreck leaders to get them see: Mostly, that the scoring tower sometimes feels haunted by the ghosts of busybody Bill Lumberghs who are more obsessed with making sure an obnoxiously thick rulebook is being followed without regard for the ways in which it potentially can disincentivize and hamper the delivery of maximum entertainment.
Why did Busch get away with intentionally straight-lining the Turn 1 corner on an earlier restart? There are good reasons for officiating chicanes, which are designed to slow down cars and need to be respected within reason.
But Sunday also exposed there is plenty of wiggle room in interpreting how to apply the policies and what precisely constitutes a violation. In neither instance did he gain an advantage by purposefully trying to short-cut the chicane, which should be the only justification for issuing a penalty.
There is a clear distinction between spinning through a chicane than straight-lining or avoiding it entirely. Surely in such a future instance of a win or playoff spot at stake, drivers should try to put the onus on NASCAR in making those determinations.
The inaugural Cup race on the road course saw many underdog teams come out with impressive finishes, as they capitalized on the car crash with six laps to go and the mayhem of the final three laps. After qualifying second, Allmendinger never led a lap. It was his first top 10 since the July Daytona race. Matt DiBenedetto — Finished 13th: