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Alan Bedenko
Attended Pace University School of Law
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Husband, Father, Lawyer & @Artvoice Blogger. Contributor to @buffalospree. WNYer, part-time Torontonian
Blogging about Buffalo and WNY since 2003, currently featured in Artvoice and Buffalo Spree. Also a lawyer with Feldman Kieffer, LLP in Buffalo handling insurance defense matters. 
  • Pace University School of Law
    Law, 1991 - 1994
  • Boston University
    Political Science, 1986 - 1990
Lawyer (litigation)
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Completely mismanaged and understaffed for a location so close to a highway. No wonder they don't even bother to put the Hardee's sign up on the "food this exit" sign on the 77. The line was long, and they had four people working lunchtime - the manager alternated between making shakes and taking orders. A young girl alternated between running the fryer and taking orders. One young man was alone making sandwiches. One other young man was working the drive-thru, but I can't imagine any food went out. He did pop out one time to complain to the rest of the staff about something. There were two families of four in front of us waiting for food. After about 10 minutes, neither party had received a morsel of food. We left without waiting for a refund, mostly because there was no one behind the counter to complain to - everyone was running around trying desperately to maintain some semblance of normalcy. Hardee's isn't a new chain, and there's nothing Earth-shatteringly different or complicated about what they do, so it's inexcusable for a location to be so shambolic after a lunch rush on a Sunday so close to a busy interstate. People are in a hurry and have somewhere to be. To not recognize and deal with that is to disrespect the customer and his time.
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