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Good for you. I started a job with a dot-com before the dot-bomb on a
Monday, and was treated that Friday to a company-paid dinner at
Montgomery Inn (an awesome Cincinnati Ribs place) for all my hard work
(they had just released a new version).
It was rather surreal as I was seated across from an Indian programmer
I had never met who turned out to be vegetarian (can you think of a
more carnivourous meal than ribs). He was incredibly good about the
whole event. Funny moment was when he graciously declined a meal
explaining he was vegetarian, and the waitress replied "well we have
On 4/14/06, John Posada <jposada01 -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> As oem of you know, started my new gig this week. Guess WHAT?! On
> Fridays, company supplies free pizza, soda, and salad for the entire
> Life is good.
> John Posada
> Senior Technical Writer
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