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Hope Phil knows he reviewed an item twice and gave it different review scores. I think this is a prime example of why Phil should get rid of his decimal point review systems, especially using it with things that have so many variables like food.

Edit: I don't want to seem like to only point out the negative so i'll offer a solution for not duplicating reviews, use excel or any spreadsheet program and create a spreadsheet for all the 120+ items so yo can just quickly look up what you've reviewed. Heres an example I made:

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120 items sounds like alot and time consuming but im pretty sure you have a mobile device you can work on, and you could do this in bed or while watching a movie.

If you want to be more business organized that is.

 

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Ok, I admit that it's kind of funny that he reviewed the same product twice. But, it could actually be beneficial to go back to older products. The main reason is that different people could be making the product, and they could be better/worse or care more/less about the product than others. Same with if he went to different Wendy's. Could a product that did really well the first time be made worse, or could a product made really badly be much better if made by someone else or made at a different place?

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31 minutes ago, SilentWarrior25 said:

Ok, I admit that it's kind of funny that he reviewed the same product twice. But, it could actually be beneficial to go back to older products. The main reason is that different people could be making the product, and they could be better/worse or care more/less about the product than others. Same with if he went to different Wendy's. Could a product that did really well the first time be made worse, or could a product made really badly be much better if made by someone else or made at a different place?

DSP Retries It Series.

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41 minutes ago, SilentWarrior25 said:

Ok, I admit that it's kind of funny that he reviewed the same product twice. But, it could actually be beneficial to go back to older products. The main reason is that different people could be making the product, and they could be better/worse or care more/less about the product than others. Same with if he went to different Wendy's. Could a product that did really well the first time be made worse, or could a product made really badly be much better if made by someone else or made at a different place?

Well with that mentality then all food reviews are bullshit unless youre reviewing a food that can only be found at one place and by one person. You have to just assume that its being made in the best way.

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On 4/17/2016 at 1:45 PM, SilentWarrior25 said:

Ok, I admit that it's kind of funny that he reviewed the same product twice. But, it could actually be beneficial to go back to older products. The main reason is that different people could be making the product, and they could be better/worse or care more/less about the product than others. Same with if he went to different Wendy's. Could a product that did really well the first time be made worse, or could a product made really badly be much better if made by someone else or made at a different place?

That and some people could have missed his review the first go around.

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On 4/17/2016 at 4:03 AM, SoCalWitness said:

Hope Phil knows he reviewed an item twice and gave it different review scores. I think this is a prime example of why Phil should get rid of his decimal point review systems, especially using it with things that have so many variables like food.

Edit: I don't want to seem like to only point out the negative so i'll offer a solution for not duplicating reviews, use excel or any spreadsheet program and create a spreadsheet for all the 120+ items so yo can just quickly look up what you've reviewed. Heres an example I made:

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120 items sounds like alot and time consuming but im pretty sure you have a mobile device you can work on, and you could do this in bed or while watching a movie.

If you want to be more business organized that is.

 

It's funny that he reviewed the same thing twice. And while yes he did technically give them a different score it's only a .5 difference. That's an acceptable difference taking into account variables such as who cooked it, and the location he got it from. It isn't even a big enough deal to count as a "negative". I agree that he should be more careful in the future. But this is really a non-issue.

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3 minutes ago, Sammy_Samosa said:

Haha people actually keep track of his DSP Tries It scores. That's just...wow.

What's the point of giving scores if there's no consistency or not meant to be kept track of?

Unless they're used ironically 

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This guy was already shown to be a detractor asshat, hence the nitpicking topic. Just lock it.

Even back when he was doing Cooking with the king, people didn't take them seriously.

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Well maybe his view changed over time. Sometimes it's worth it to order something again and give it a try. Maybe they messed it up the other time some way?

 

EDIT: I just realised this an old thread, sorry.

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