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Being served some food for thought

October 17, 2013

Cross one off the bucket list.
On Tuesday evening, as a volunteer for Starkville Lions Club, I took my best shot at waiting tables, something for which I always felt I'd show a natural talent. On the proof end of that hypothesis, let's just say I have no future in the food service industry. But I do have a far more abundant respect for those who toil in that manner daily, especially when they have to deal with customers like me.

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