My wife and I are enjoying our meal at Outback (my favorite place for a steak . . . consistent quality). The guy in the booth behind us orders a hamburger cooked medium. A couple of minutes later, the manager walks out, and asks who ordered the hamburger. The guy indicates that he did. She then proceeds to tell him, "I am required by the health department to inform you that eating undercooked meat can lead to intenstinal illnesses and more susceptible to other bacteria based diseases!" WTF? For a hamburger cooked medium. Sure, if it was rare, I can see this. And, why didn't we get the speech when my wife ordered the medium rare prime rib? Outback is also known for undercooking their meat (Medium Well at Outback is Medium at any other steakhouse). I know that they usually put this on their menu, but to have someone walk out and tell a customer that eating the hamburger can make them sick? Isn't the health department / county government going a little overboard!!!