I think the public needs to know how Yelp.com operates. They will selectively filter the reviews of each business. Have you ever noticed that the reviews are not linear by date? The first one might be recent. Then one from last year, then below that another recent one maybe? Do you know why they do this? Because they blackmail the business. They approach the business and say that they can "help" filter the bad reviews, and put the good ones in prominent postion. If the business does not pay for the advertising/blackmail, then the bad reviews continue to be posted higher than the good ones. Just wanted to past that along. There will eventually be a lawsuit over this practice.