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Steak'n Shake Robber Gets 22 Years


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Stabbing, robbing, shooting - it is all part of the Steak 'N Shake experience.

 

Steak 'N Shake might spit off plenty of cash for Sardar but for whatever reason, this restaurant just attracts the worse in people. Hopefully, this changes.

 

Oh geez, like these things don't happen in a McDonald's all the time...and all sorts of other restaurants.  It's just that you're paying attention.

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Oh geez, like these things don't happen in a McDonald's all the time...and all sorts of other restaurants.  It's just that you're paying attention.

 

lol. I hope I don't go to your local McDonald's. 

 

I do agree with you. My brain probably guesstimates a higher crime rate at Steak 'N Shake because I pay attention to it.

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Most McDonald's restaurants, as well as most other fast food places, aren't open till 3am or 24 hours.  Drive-thrus...yes...restaurants...mostly no.  Alot of franchised Steak'n Shakes are open very late.  I believe some company-owned restaurants in urban areas are open late as well...some 24 hours. 

 

Anybody been to downtown Atlanta?  I stayed at a hotel there, and decided to go get a burger late at night at some joint.  They had bars on all the windows and you couldn't go inside...it was 9pm!  Afterwards, I went across the street to a gas station convenience store to grab some water and snacks for the hotel.  They had bullet-proof glass from the cashier's countertop to the ceiling!  You can't put that in a 24 hour Steak'n Shake, so they make for an easier target in certain areas.  Cheers! 

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Most McDonald's restaurants, as well as most other fast food places, aren't open till 3am or 24 hours.  Drive-thrus...yes...restaurants...mostly no.  Alot of franchised Steak'n Shakes are open very late.  I believe some company-owned restaurants in urban areas are open late as well...some 24 hours. 

 

Anybody been to downtown Atlanta?  I stayed at a hotel there, and decided to go get a burger late at night at some joint.  They had bars on all the windows and you couldn't go inside...it was 9pm!  Afterwards, I went across the street to a gas station convenience store to grab some water and snacks for the hotel.  They had bullet-proof glass from the cashier's countertop to the ceiling!  You can't put that in a 24 hour Steak'n Shake, so they make for an easier target in certain areas.  Cheers! 

 

Well, McDonald's was my example not because it was an exact comparison, but that they'd have S&S beat on sheer numbers, if nothing else.  A better comparison might be a diner, then, and I'm sure there's nothing "special" about S&S which attracts more crime.

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Sanjeev,

 

I was in downtown Atlanta this past September for a trade show. I agree with you that the city is scary! Everyone was complaining to the organizners of the trade show about their decision to have Atlanta be the host. The streets were desolate by 7pm. The city should be ashamed for letting the city turn into a dump. It's really sad to see. On the positive side the people are friendly, the restaurants are nice, but...it's not somewhere I would like to live.

 

I hope they move the show back to Denver next year. It's so much nicer!

 

 

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The Atlanta suburbs are very nice, but downtown Atlanta is scary.  I've also heard some scary things about Detroit as well, but haven't been yet.  It's amazing the transformation that occurred to Manhattan over a decade.  It's one of the safest large cities I've been too.  And contrary to what the media has portrayed, Chicago is a very safe, comfortable city as well.  Cheers!

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