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Old 01-09-2003, 12:08 AM   #177
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I guess this is where I'm supposed to step in and stick up for the younger fellas. Tell the old farts they're full of it. My generation is not what you think it is. We see what is, we get it, and we don't fall for the same line of BS and horsepucky you did.

Sorry...Can't.

I don't relate. I see a big gap in who is and who's going to be. I don't like it.

Customer relatons, the way people treat others, the lack of conviction....etc.

Scoff, BS, or lament all you wish, but it's true. It's horseshit, this philosophy I'm hearing about how customers SHOULD be treated. It's echoed on other threads and other opinions...

Ever hear of influencing a person? Self sacrifice? Being an examle to people who AREN'T as considerate as you? Perhaps you putting up with their BS and STILL serving them a nice hot meal MIGHT, just MIGHT, change the way they treat the next guy.
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