Of course you don't, and I realize it's only their own business - I'm just talking in terms of general principle. And that's another reason why one shouldn't be outraged too easily, by the way - the whole 'one man's meat is another man's poison' aspect. Almost everything is going to outrage SOMEbody, but in a lot of cases when the somebody in question gets up in arms about it, everyone else is like 'dude, what are you talking about? I didn't see anything wrong.' (I'm not saying that's the case here, incidentally - cheesecake outrage is pretty widespread - just, again, as general principle.) And don't worry, I didn't think you were mad at me.