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The conflict of restaurants versus vegans.

This is to see what you guys think of the situations among them. Just so you know, vegan isn't the same as vegetarian. Vegetarians abstain from all forms of meat, including insects, fish, shrimp, octopus, crab, tuna, and all other forms of sea animals. Vegans abstain the same things as to what vegetarians abstain from and they additionally abstain from dairy, egg, honey, and all other forms of animal products.
If a vegan is making an order of a sandwich, taco, or burrito in a non-vegan restaurant and wants to make sure whether the bread or the tortilla is vegan and tells the employee to check the ingredients list to see whether it is vegan, is it okay for the employee to refuse to go to the office to check its ingredients?
Yes
No
I'm not sure.
If a vegan is making an order of a sandwich, taco, or burrito in a non-vegan restaurant and wants to make sure whether the bread or the tortilla is vegan and tells the employee to check the ingredients list to see whether it is vegan, but it actually isn't vegan, is it okay for the employee to walk to the office but refuse to check the ingredients, return and say that they don't have the ingredients list?
Yes
No
I'm not sure.
If a vegan is making an order of a sandwich, taco, or burrito in a non-vegan restaurant and wants to make sure whether the bread or the tortilla is vegan and tells the employee to check the ingredients list to see whether it is vegan, but it actually isn't vegan, is it okay for the employee to walk to the office but refuse to check the ingredients, return and lie that it's vegan in effort to have the restaurant make more money?
Yes
No
I'm not sure.
If a vegan is making an order of a sandwich, taco, or burrito in a non-vegan restaurant and wants to make sure whether the bread or the tortilla is vegan and tells the employee to check the ingredients list to see whether it is vegan, but the employee already went to the office, refused to check the ingredients, and returned to lie that they don't have the ingredients list, then the vegan customer asks the employee to give website that has the ingredients list on his/her smartphone, is it okay for the employee to refuse to help lead to the restaurant's website page that has the ingredients list?
Yes
No
I'm not sure.
If a vegan is making an order of a sandwich, taco, or burrito in a non-vegan restaurant and wants to make sure whether the bread or the tortilla is vegan and tells the employee to check the ingredients list to see whether it is vegan, but the employee already went to the office, refused to check the ingredients, and returned to lie that they don't have the ingredients list, then the vegan customer asks the employee to give website that has the ingredients list on his/her smartphone, is it okay for the employee to lie that he/she doesn't know how to get to that page?
Yes
No
I'm not sure.
If a vegan is making an order of a sandwich, taco, or burrito in a non-vegan restaurant and wants to make sure whether the bread or the tortilla is vegan and tells the employee to check the ingredients list to see whether it is vegan, but the employee already went to the office, refused to check the ingredients, and returned to lie that they don't have the ingredients list, and then the customer asks for that restaurant's corporation number in order to see if the bread or tortilla for that specific order is vegan, is it okay for the employee to refuse to give the corporation number?
Yes
No
I'm not sure.
If a vegan is making an order of a sandwich, taco, or burrito in a non-vegan restaurant and wants to make sure whether the bread or the tortilla is vegan and tells the employee to check the ingredients list to see whether it is vegan, but the employee already went to the office, refused to check the ingredients, and returned to lie that they don't have the ingredients list, and then the customer asks for that restaurant's corporation number in order to see if the bread or tortilla for that specific order is vegan, is it okay for the employee to lie that they don't have the corporation number?
Yes
No
I'm not sure.
If a vegan is making an order of a sandwich, taco, or burrito in a non-vegan restaurant and wants to make sure whether the bread or the tortilla is vegan and tells the employee to check the ingredients list to see whether it is vegan but it actually isn't vegan, and the employee goes to the office and checks the ingredients and returns and informs him/her that the bread or tortilla isn't vegan, is it okay for the manager to fire that employee for "having prevented that restaurant from making more money"?
Yes
No
I'm not sure.
If a vegan is making an order of a sandwich, taco, or burrito in a non-vegan restaurant and wants to make sure whether the bread or the tortilla is vegan and tells the employee to check the ingredients list to see whether it is vegan but it actually isn't vegan, and the employee goes to the office and checks the ingredients but the ingredients list actually isn't anywhere in the restaurants, the employee returns and tells the truth that the ingredients list isn't in that restaurant, then the vegan customer asks for the corporation number to see whether that bread or tortilla is vegan and the employee gives him/her the corporation number, is it okay for the manager to fire that employee for "having prevented that restaurant from making more money"?
Yes
No
I'm not sure.
If a vegan is making an order of a sandwich, taco, or burrito in a non-vegan restaurant and wants to make sure whether the bread or the tortilla is vegan and tells the employee to check the ingredients list to see whether it is vegan but it actually isn't vegan, and the employee goes to the office and checks the ingredients and returns and informs him/her that the bread or tortilla isn't vegan, does the manager have the obligation to fire that employee for "having prevented that restaurant from making more money" and/or for "having wasted time unnecessarily"?
Yes
No
I'm not sure.
If a vegan is making an order of a sandwich, taco, or burrito in a non-vegan restaurant and wants to make sure whether the bread or the tortilla is vegan and tells the employee to check the ingredients list to see whether it is vegan but it actually isn't vegan, and the employee goes to the office and checks the ingredients but the ingredients list actually isn't anywhere in the restaurants, the employee returns and tells the truth that the ingredients list isn't in that restaurant, then the vegan customer asks for the corporation number to see whether that bread or tortilla is vegan and the employee gives him/her the corporation number, does the manager have the obligation to fire that employee for "having prevented that restaurant from making more money"?
Yes
No
I'm not sure.
This poll was created on 2015-12-12 17:39:07 by Mrellfav