Gordon Ramsay's Anger Management Problem ?
Q: "People like Gordon Ramsay are the reason for the rise in road rage
and vicious assaults. Viewers see him doing and saying what he likes
and abusing people and think they can get away with not controlling
their anger. Another reason is that the creative instincts of children
are stomped on in schools. We end up with a few million teenagers
whose only way to be creative is to start a fight".
Not my words, I tuned in a bit late to get the name of the bloke who
said the above. If you ask me (you didn't, but go with it for a sec)
Gordon Ramsay's problem is nobody has ever taken him out to the alley
behind the restaurant and kicked his arse. If he said anything to me
similar to what he says to the guys on his tv shows I would probably
kick him to death. But that doesn't mean it's me that has the anger
So what's the correct way to deal with people like Gordon?
1) Kick his arse to solve his anger management problem; or 2) People
like Gordon Ramsay need anger management training. Not only will it
stop us wanting to kick the shit out of him, it will save him from
getting beaten up and it will make us all better people?
I favour a bit of 1 & 2. Can we give Gordon Ramsay anger management
training by kicking the shit out of him?
A:-In 2000 we won Chef of the Year, he once headed Maxim's in Paris, & now runs his own restaurants. -Hitler succeeded too, for a while anyway. He had charisma too, which is why he got away with being a fuckwit for so long. Someone should have kicked his arse a bit earlier. -Ramsay gets angry when he deals with idiotic things like rotten food in the fridges and incompetent chefs serving up crappy meals. Why shouldn't he be angry about that?? Is he supposed to pat them on the head for it and start some sort of therapy session with them to see why they are so lazy and incom- petent? The people he supervises in their places should all know basic hygiene and cosidering their training/salary they should be able to manage the basic aspects of their jobs, yet they don't. An angry response to that is totally appropriate. Don't forget he praises them as well if they get something right.