Noreen Seebacher

Sluts, Stupidity & Social Media

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Lyndon_Henry
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Samy & Amy meltdown melts some more
Lyndon_Henry   5/24/2013 8:54:34 AM
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..

Amy's Baking Company co-owner Sami Bouzaglo reportedly is on the (very) hot seat with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and facing deportation for failing to disclose his time in prison prior to emigrating to the U.S., and for an international record suggesting involvement in "drug distribution, threats, and extortion", according to a recent article in Huffington Post.

The case, with candid clips of Sami and his wife Amy in action, is discussed together with two interesting video reports. The HuffPost Live report I found especially interesting.

Here's the couple in apparently a less combative moment:



Noreen Seebacher
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Re: Hey Samy !
Noreen Seebacher   5/21/2013 11:18:22 AM
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It's Tuesday - date for the big grand reopening. Lets see what happens.

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Re: Hey Samy !
SRS1   5/19/2013 7:31:14 PM
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Samy needs to thicken his skin to match his head.

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Hey Samy !
Louis Watson   5/19/2013 1:19:03 AM
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I love the post regarding Samy, and I just can't believe someone would go to this length for a favorable rating,  Sure I understand how influential these sites have become.  But come on !

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Re: Great visualization
Alexis   5/19/2013 12:31:41 AM
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Love the diagram Visualization at its practical best

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Advice for Amy
Callmebob   5/18/2013 12:37:55 PM
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To paraphrase, "If you can't stand the social media heat, get out of the kitchen." Then again, this happened in Arizona, there might also be some desert heat baking her biscuit.

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Great visualization
Noreen Seebacher   5/17/2013 2:26:45 PM
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From the Washington Post:



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Re: From the restaurants new Facebook page...
SaneIT   5/17/2013 7:21:26 AM
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That's pretty much their plan, lock down a new profile so that only approved posts are accepted.  There have been a few FB meltdowns that I've seen over the past few years where a company or individual trying to build a brand went off the deep end trying to defend their brand.  More often than not it turns ugly and the company just looks worse for all the effort.  When it comes to social media it's better for a company to be apologetic and to settle offline when you take a fight public your image is tarnished every time.

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Re: From the restaurants new Facebook page...
kicheko   5/17/2013 2:53:30 AM
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Noreen, - It is simply difficult to believe that this all went down except that the evidence is right there. This is what you would call business suicide and i'm curious to know if customers are still flowing in at the normal numbers.

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Re: From the restaurants new Facebook page...
Phoenix   5/16/2013 12:31:57 PM
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How are they ever going to control free media? They are using Facebook after all. Guess they'd have to set their account settings in such a way that no one can comment or post anything. That means no good reviews either. It looks highly unlikely that this business would learn from their mistakes. According to one of the earlier posts the same thing happened with someone giving a bad review on yelp and owner complaining of loss of business in the same way.

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