It’s more like a “Hatch Suggestion” than a “Hatch Act” under the Trump Administration.
Louise Linton is the main reason I feel good about all the guillotine stock I bought back in January 2017
I do my little bit to help out, translating for refugees who actually lived through the civil war in the DRC, and I really have no words for how angry it makes me that she tried to profit off that war, and pain and suffering they actually went through.
And now the story of a story of a warring kingdom, and the producers who had no choice but to keep it together
We gave Thrones a ton of benefit of the doubt over the years that it was leading somewhere, and that everything we saw that didn’t necessarily make sense at the time was part of a grander plan that would come together at the end.
At first I was like, and then I was like.
“there comes a point when they dig in and you just don’t want to be there.”
Hate to say it, but D&D made the right decision and maintained a holistic vision for the show’s ending. Excellent direction would have been jarring alongside piddle-poor writing.
What kind of monster doesn’t care what other people eat, though? I care all the time - I love taking care of and feeding others and hosting and making sure people are comfortable and happy and that’s normal to care about them and what they eat and what.
I hate to justify a feckless Salty letter writer... but I’m one who really struggles to complain if everyone is friendly and working hard.
You are completely wrong. Most normal people won’t say a word when something is terrible. They’ll leave you a tip that’s just okay, and then never come back. Your “who cares if they don’t like it” attitude is literally trashing the restaurant’s reputation and driving customers away.
Right? Letting a customer that's clearly dissatisfied leave without lifting a finger to try and fix it? And why? To avoid a conversation with the customer??? Glad this guy doesn't work for me.
Counterpoint: There are way more people that wouldn’t speak up, than would.
I mean...it kinda is? It’s the job of the server to make sure the customers are happy.
Yeah that was a very “squeaky wheel gets the grease” thing to say. Things need to be horribly wrong with our meal for us to send something back or complain. Unless you’re my mother and you brought her something that’s cold. Then, by god, you will be cheerfully asked to heat it up.
I’d say that’s shit service then.
I was out at a diner last night. I ordered something new off the menu, gave it 2 or 3 bites, and did not eat the rest. I asked the server to take it away, but the server never asked me why I didn’t eat my entire meal. What should I do?
Oh come on. This question is fine! It’s one of the better questions, actually.
“If the customer says yes, you’ve got your answer.”