Someone once said, “Be not afraid of greatness. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” No one knows who said that, or when they said it, or why they said it, but we can all recognize when that quote manifests itself in reality, and it has certainly manifested itself in reality today. And it has manifested itself in Bill Wisth. Bill Wisth did not ask to become America’s crusader for consumer rights. Bill Wisth simply wanted to enjoy somewhere around twenty-ish pieces of fish at a local “all you can eat” fish fry, at a restaurant at which he has a considerable unpaid tab, in peace. Certainly you would think that an “all you can eat” fish fry would allow such a man to consume as many pieces of fish as he wanted — of course, it is “all you can eat.” But oh, you naive believer in consumer rights, although we all envy your outlook you are mistaken. There is, in this scenario and so many more, an unspoken cap on the “all you can eat” promise so many restaurants make. Drawing us in with empty promises, just to cut us off when we reach an absolutely ridiculous number of things eaten. Enter: Bill Wisth.
Thank you, Bill Wisth. Please continue to fight the good fight, and never let them send you home again with fewer than ten pieces of fish. And never stop praising their deep-dish pizza; you’re only human. And def never pay your tab. It’s a running tab! You’re not DEAD yet. (Via EpicPonyz.)