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When Morgantown, W. Va., restaurant owner Dan McCawley saw a rude message posted online about one of his servers, he didn't just get angry. He found a way to turn the negative into a positive.
A user on the restaurant-rating website Urbanspoon left a comment on barbecue restaurant Atomic Grill's page, urging a particular female server to "show more skin." Although the comment was later deleted, McCawley was angry that a man could speak to a woman in such a way. That's when he cooked up a brilliant idea: more skin. Specifically, more potato skins. He announced that Atomic Grill would be serving a limited-edition potato skin appetizer at the restaurant over Memorial Day weekend, with all proceeds benefitting a local charity, the West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services (FRIS).