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Warren Cersley's Blog – January 2016 Archive (2)

IF WE WORKED FOR TIPS

IF WE WORKED FOR TIPS

The mirrored elevator doors opened and the couple walked quietly past the Bellman’s stand. The Bell Captain said good morning to them and he knew their last name. He held the door to the hotel dining room for them and then returned to the stand.

He asked if I knew who the couple was and I replied that I did not. He explained that they had come to…

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Added by Warren Cersley on January 21, 2016 at 11:24pm — No Comments

A FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE

A FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE

A friend of mine enjoyed every opportunity that he found to rag me about my profession.

Whenever he had an audience, his speech would detail how all that we did was play checkers, cards and dominos. That, he continued, was when we were awake and we were only awake for the games and when it was time to eat.…

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Added by Warren Cersley on January 11, 2016 at 12:07pm — No Comments

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