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2012-12-19 02:35:10 PM  
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The investigators reported finding in storage 40 open bottles of "higher cost or more expensive brands of liquor such as Grey Goose vodka, Bacardi rum, and Southern Comfort whiskey" with pourers, and sealed bottles of less expensive brands, "such as Sobieski vodka, Ron Robert rum and Southern Host whiskey."

The report stated that "administrative review of invoices revealed that several of higher cost or more expensive brands of liquor had not been purchased in the previous nine months, while the less expensive brands had been purchased; ... however, were not available for sale at the bar area."

The two paragraphs say different things. Must be an error. They should have pourers on the cheap brands and have sealed expensive brands.
2012-12-19 01:10:31 PM  
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TNel: freeforever: Similarly, some servers will bring you a Pepsi when you order a Coke assuming you won't notice the difference.

Well usually the restaurants are under contract with either Pepsi or Coke (they supply all the hardware and maintance as long as you buy the syrup) and that's why it's sub'd without asking you.

Courteous servers let you know they carry pepsi if you order coke and vice versa.
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