Thursday, July 29, 2010

Dining with Americans

The Canadians had been sent down to Texas to work with their American counterparts. We wrote the manuals, but they had to train people how to use the equipment, so there was lots to talk about . . . and lots to learn about dining out in that part of the States. Whenever something wasn’t quite right, we’d happily ignore the problem, while they’d see it as a challenge to the free-market system and try to score a free meal. The Texans were particularly good at this game, until something in the prime rib took them out for the remainder of the season.

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