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i hpoe no one ever comes into your place again!!!!
In recent years I'd found the service at Sensers inexplicably bad (cocky and indifferent), and with their business suffering it looks like I wasn't the only one. The wife's legal problems seem to epitomize the whole thing: no, ma'am, you're not special and neither is the interchangeable sports bar you're associated with.
I hope people are refusing to eat there based on their ethics and morals which are considerably greater than the allegedly drunk murdering driver.