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Feb 19, 2013 03:26 PM

Guy Fieri's Times Square restaurant Domain name Used; menu 'changed'

Salon reports: "Some hero swiped the domain name for Guy Fieri's Times Square restaurant and did this":

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  1. His Domain name wasn't "stolen", it was hacked.

    So what? Trying to be a hater baiter?

    He is who he is, and if you don't care for him or his food, just ignore him.

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    1. re: SmartCookie

      It was neither stolen nor hacked.

      They (fieri) simply forgot to register (own) the full name "".

      Someone with a good humor decided to register the domain name and spoofed the menu.

      Good fun while it lasts.

      1. re: SmartCookie

        "He is who he is, and if you don't care for him or his food, just ignore him."

        I agree 100%. Nothing like beating a dead horse, huh, SmartCookie? I guess some people have nothing better to do.

        Maybe Paula Dean will make some kind of faux pas this afternoon and they will have a whole new thread to start!

      2. It wasn't stolen or hacked, the domain was unregistered.

        1. Damn, I just came here to post this.....

          1. its still pretty funny, no matter how it happened...

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            1. re: C. Hamster

              "Add a Cinnabon and two more Cinnabons 4.95"

              1. Very funny. Unfortunately the guy plagiarized the menu items.

                Dude, all you had to do was put a credit on the bottom of your menu acknowledging where the descriptions came from. Too much to ask?


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                1. re: TrishUntrapped

                  Aw, that's disappointing, about the plagiarism. Oh well. Still funny.


                  1. re: TrishUntrapped

                    What a loser. I agree with the poster above, though, about the 'Add a Cinnabon ... Add two Cinnabons.' Hysterical.