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"How is it working for them? In Tampa, we have The Pitcher Show......but it's not hi…"

Steve Paterson replied Mar 27, 2008 to Fine Dining Movie Theatre Experience

9 Mar 27, 2008
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"I've been in your shoes before and it's never easy but always nescessary. I think t…"

Steve Paterson replied Mar 26, 2008 to Managing friends

10 Apr 24, 2008
Reply by Henry H

"There are always exceptions, but from what I've seen personally, the answer to your…"

Steve Paterson replied Mar 26, 2008 to Does bad real estate equal bad karma?

10 May 11, 2010
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"I agree about taking the reins off. But there's always the sink or swim component. I…"

Steve Paterson replied Mar 26, 2008 to Do “older” leaders filter too much from “newer” leaders?

10 Mar 26, 2008
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"A buckeye is basically a brown nut with a light spot on it."

Steve Paterson replied Mar 26, 2008 to Fantasy Football On FohBoh!

5 Mar 26, 2008
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"Well then, allow me to add to your frustration. WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD. I thi…"

Steve Paterson replied Mar 25, 2008 to newbie here

3 Mar 27, 2008
Reply by june

"No, and good question. However, I'm not so sure exceeding expectations 100% of the t…"

Steve Paterson replied Mar 25, 2008 to 93% Guest Satisfaction Rate, Would you be okay with that?

4 May 6, 2008
Reply by sartajbedi

"When people ask me how I feel about capital punishment, I respond that there's not n…"

Steve Paterson replied Mar 25, 2008 to Vermont inmates file lawsuit over prison food. I say too freakin bad

3 Mar 25, 2008
Reply by Matt Urdan

"I too have had the pleasure working with him on various occasions. He's a pioneer in…"

Steve Paterson replied Mar 25, 2008 to Chef Paul is one tough guy! Bullet Bounces Off Chef Paul Prudhomme

5 Mar 27, 2008
Reply by Howard Appell

"Sounds like fun I'm in"

Steve Paterson replied Mar 25, 2008 to Fantasy Football On FohBoh!

5 Mar 26, 2008
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