On Sun, 18 Feb 2007, Stefan Rusterholz wrote:

>
> I'll try to explain it differently, depict my issue. Say you go to a
> restaurant, take a look at the card and see "Spagetthi". You order Spagetthi
> but the waiter just tells you "Oh, we don't serve Spagetthi here.". You'd
> naturally ask "Why put it on the card then if you don't serve it at all?"
>

because we serve it sometimes.  in addition, most of our employees know how to
make it at any time.  we might not have it today though.  our we might, but
we're out of meatballs.

-a
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