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Re: “Wicky Wicky Sushi

cutebutugly,
I hope your dinner at Shige's was awesome. He does a great job.

Posted by wicky wicky sushi on 04/11/2011 at 4:07 PM

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cutebutnerdy,
I hope your dinner was delicious @ Shige's Friday night!!! I missed you. Please come back and tell me how our awesome Red State should be Blue!!

Posted by wicky wicky sushi on 04/11/2011 at 4:03 PM

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Ok, my turn to back pedal Red October. I should have included MOST POLITICIANS and most political groups in my response and not just Obama and the Sierra Club to sever myself even further.
Yes, I've been to a small truckload of Dead Shows. I love their music. I see past their political agenda and when I get confused I listen to the music play.
I also read the Boise Weekly as there are many articles that also entertain me. "Ironic?" Maybe. I know where both the Dead and the Weekly politically stand and I am still intelligent enough to enjoy both venues and I get over their political agenda. When I posted your quote, I had been drinking a lot of sake and probably could have worded it better but, I am politically frustrated and I think more and more people are feeling the same way.

I am a Libertarian. Less Govt Period. Now you know exactly where I stand. Obama is a puppet and follows the money that greases his hands. Politicians have two goals in their political career. ONe is to get elected and the other is to get re-elected.
People talk about politics all the time in my shop and generally it is anti Obama rhetoric regardless of their political views.
So Red October, all I have left to say to you is DIVE DIVE DIVE, and quit hiding behind your keyboard too!!!

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Posted by wicky wicky sushi on 02/28/2011 at 2:50 PM

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To clear the air about Costco. First of all, Wicky Wicky Sushi never supplied Costco. Assmaster's first mistake. Second, Costco takes more safety precautions than any other retailer/wholesaler that I have ever dealt with to ensure their food is safe. To be a vendor on Costco's shelves as Sushi on the Spot, there was monthly bacteria testing at a cost of nearly $200 a month. I was on Costco's shelves for nearly 13 years. At $200 a month that adds up to a lot of cash. They looked at my sushi with a microscope on a regular basis to ensure it was safe. It turns out that out of all 16 of their sushi vendors from across the country, I had the safest product with the lowest bacteria count of any of the other sushi brands. Robin Forgey is the head microbioligist at the Costco labs up in Kirkland. She personally tested my product and all other sushi products sold at Costco. AFter testing, she would throw away all the sushi except for mine. She ate mine.
Now, moving on to why Sushi on the Spot is not on Costco's shelves anymore.
One and a half years ago, they called me up and wanted to schedule a health inspection by a third party(Silliker) at a cost of $1500. Sushi on the Spot was already inspected twice a year by the FDA and local CDHD already to ensure cleanliness. Years past, Costco always waived this inspection being that Sushi on the Spot did regular bacteria testing and it was very safe to eat and that I was not a nationwide supplier with a 50,000 sq ft factory.
A typical inspection for a 50,000 sq ft factory would take nearly two days. Sushi on the Spot, being only 1,000 sq ft would take a couple of hours to inspect and shouldn't cost the same as a 50,000 sq ft factory.
Last year things changed. They did not want to waive this $1500 inspection. I told them I wasn't going to pay it. They dropped me. End of story. AS of today, I have severaly employees who still work for Costco eating at Wicky Wicky Sushi on a regular basis and one of them is a Deli Supervisor. Do you honestly think they would eat at Wicky Wicky Sushi if they thought my sushi was unsafe?? Hell fawking no.
Assmaster, your slanderous mouth might have got you in some big trouble this time.
So, if you love great sushi, non political correctness, dirt bikes, hunting, fishing, guns, SUVs, skiing, off roading, racing, dirty jokes etc...you will love Wicky Wicky Sushi.
IF you love Obama, the sierra club, or are a tree hugger in general, go to a different sushi bar. You won't like me.
P.S. IF you are driving up Bogus Basin road and you are behind me, I will pull over for you to pass everytime regardless of your Blue Girl Red State bumper sticker.

Sincerely,
Todd Wickstrom

Posted by wicky wicky sushi on 02/23/2011 at 8:27 PM

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You committed slander. Don't try and backpedal now. You made a mistake. You will pay.

Posted by wicky wicky sushi on 02/23/2011 at 11:41 AM

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To clear the air about Costco. First of all, Wicky Wicky Sushi never supplied Costco. Assmaster's first mistake. Second, Costco takes more safety precautions than any other retailer/wholesaler that I have ever dealt with to ensure their food is safe. To be a vendor on Costco's shelves as Sushi on the Spot, there was monthly bacteria testing at a cost of nearly $200 a month. I was on Costco's shelves for nearly 13 years. At $200 a month that adds up to a lot of cash. They looked at my sushi with a microscope on a regular basis to ensure it was safe. It turns out that out of all 16 of their sushi vendors from across the country, I had the safest product with the lowest bacteria count of any of the other sushi brands. Robin Forgey is the head microbioligist at the Costco labs up in Kirkland. She personally tested my product and all other sushi products sold at Costco. AFter testing, she would throw away all the sushi except for mine. She ate mine.
Now, moving on to why Sushi on the Spot is not on Costco's shelves anymore.
One and a half years ago, they called me up and wanted to schedule a health inspection by a third party(Silliker) at a cost of $1500. Sushi on the Spot was already inspected twice a year by the FDA and local CDHD already to ensure cleanliness. Years past, Costco always waived this inspection being that Sushi on the Spot did regular bacteria testing and it was very safe to eat and that I was not a nationwide supplier with a 50,000 sq ft factory.
A typical inspection for a 50,000 sq ft factory would take nearly two days. Sushi on the Spot, being only 1,000 sq ft would take a couple of hours to inspect and shouldn't cost the same as a 50,000 sq ft factory.
Last year things changed. They did not want to waive this $1500 inspection. I told them I wasn't going to pay it. They dropped me. End of story. AS of today, I have severaly employees who still work for Costco eating at Wicky Wicky Sushi on a regular basis and one of them is a Deli Supervisor. Do you honestly think they would eat at Wicky Wicky Sushi if they thought my sushi was unsafe?? Hell fawking no.
Assmaster, your slanderous mouth might have got you in some big trouble this time.
So, if you love great sushi, non political correctness, dirt bikes, hunting, fishing, guns, SUVs, skiing, off roading, racing, dirty jokes etc...you will love Wicky Wicky Sushi.
IF you love Obama, the sierra club, or are a tree hugger in general, go to a different sushi bar. You won't like me.
P.S. IF you are driving up Bogus Basin road and you are behind me, I will pull over for you to pass everytime regardless of your Blue Girl Red State bumper sticker.

Sincerely,
Todd Wickstrom

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Posted by wicky wicky sushi on 02/23/2011 at 9:31 AM

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There is a difference between freedom of speech and Slander. You obviously don't know the difference Scott.

Posted by wicky wicky sushi on 02/22/2011 at 11:06 PM

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