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March 10, 2011

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Chris VanHaight

As long as it is obvious from the get-go that a particular restaurant has a no-change policy, I am fine with the idea. After all, if you do not like what they offer you can always go somewhere else. However, I do not think it is an unreasonable assumption to think a place within the United States that sells french fries will have ketchup. If I ordered a burger and fries and the menu did not indicate that ketchup was not available, I would feel conned if I asked for ketchup when the fries arrived only to be told at that point that the restaurant does not serve ketchup. I would not be belligerent but I would get up and leave without eating or paying.

Robert David Sullivan

Good. That means I get your table!

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