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"Hi Amanda When an interviewer is late or a no show for an interview Unprofessional…"

pubmaster replied Jun 11, 2009 to What are your Pet Peeves about InterviewERs?

16 Jul 18, 2009
Reply by Patrick O

"OK, sorry, that was my first impression If you've carefully read all of the respons…"

pubmaster replied Jun 5, 2009 to Can you settle this debate?

35 Jan 24, 2013
Reply by Kevin Anderson

"you're toast cheers"

pubmaster replied Jun 5, 2009 to Can you settle this debate?

35 Jan 24, 2013
Reply by Kevin Anderson

"hi Ali - subject is rather broad, however with respect to those pagers - they can…"

pubmaster replied Apr 1, 2009 to Question for Restaurant Owners

7 Apr 6, 2009
Reply by Joseph Szala

"We had this server who was making a salad, and spilled a little dressing. When she r…"

pubmaster replied Mar 21, 2009 to Funniest Restaurant Stories

8 Jul 21, 2009
Reply by Howard Appell

"We used to have a tradition of pulling one on the new guy. Like, sending someone to…"

pubmaster replied Mar 21, 2009 to Funniest Restaurant Stories

8 Jul 21, 2009
Reply by Howard Appell


"One thought - the server could not be penalized to take him/her below minimum wage.…"

pubmaster replied Mar 19, 2009 to Dine & Dash: Is it legal to make waiters pay for them?

13 Dec 22, 2009
Reply by Paul Green

"when are you coming to Reno, NV? Cheers"

pubmaster replied Mar 18, 2009 to Best sites for finding great managers

2 Mar 21, 2009
Reply by Jim Clute


"Hi Sartajbedi - Great topic. There are so many allergies today, I think that a comp…"

pubmaster replied Mar 5, 2009 to Food allergy

6 Mar 6, 2009
Reply by sartajbedi

"This is just strange. Even stranger - this concept is expanding. You won't catch me…"

pubmaster replied Mar 5, 2009 to The Toilet Restaurant?....Seriously?....What will they think of next?

2 Mar 5, 2009
Reply by Steve Paterson





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