It sounds like a conflict between overall convenience and value on your end with customer relationships on their end -- maybe by trying to get your food for free but saying, "Hey, I'm taking an opportunity when it's given to me. Honestly, though, I could care less about having a receipt." Maybe their sign should say, "If we don't offer you a receipt, your food is free."
better to give than to receipt
Hey! Your complaint could lead to better copy writing all around, which could lead to better communication. Think of the revolution. . .just because you took an opportunity they gave you to get free food. You can make a difference!
--The_Lex Fri Aug 3 11:01:01 2007
Tha video, the kid's freakout, reminds me of the famous "Angry German Kid" throwing a screaming tantrum at his PC because Unreal Tournament was taking too long (4 minutes?) to load.
Here's the version with subtitles, which includes foul language.
--LAN3 Sat Aug 4 13:36:30 2007
Geez. That german kid is like a bokononism wrang-wrang against my own venting of irrational rage.
--Kirk Sun Aug 5 17:03:50 2007
I had to look that up, since I've found Vonnegut to be hit-and-miss with me and never read Cat's Cradle, but wikipedia's explanation of those terms made your statement quite clear, and elegantly terse at that.
--LAN3 Mon Aug 6 23:30:34 2007
I'd strongly recommend Cat's Cradle. Definite Vonnegut Hit...
--Kirk Tue Aug 7 11:09:08 2007
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