“Please give us your Birthday so we can give you a present,” said the gateway to wifi at Broken Rack, 3806 Albert Street, Golden Mile Shopping Centre.
I asked the server if she was a manager. No, but she could take a message. Thanks, I’ll send a note, I said.
(I was on the verge: leave for a movie or stay to watch curling.
By the time Howard was left a double-raise double in the 2nd which he didn’t come close to making, leaving Jacobs a draw for three,
I was staying. Wing Special and Caesar salad didn’t hurt.)
So this is the note to the Broken Rack, 3806 Albert Street,
Golden Mile Shopping Centre:
I know you want the best for your customers of Wifi Hotspot
and did not become successful by giving away your services but
do you not see the moral stakes in withholding your gift of internet connection until we give something to you?
Nevertheless, I stayed, 3-1 Jacobs in the fourth, 4-1 through five.
We have choices. In other bars, wifi comes without condition. Are we to take our business elsewhere?
One Rebellion Amber on, my complaint would be finished if not for its righteousness, as Howard was finished, down 6-2 after seven
I was down to my last sentence: Just give.