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Ralph Waggener: Data input OD at McDonald's restricts visits

On every other day regime to guard against system overload trying to cyper all he learns there on each visit. Hopefully, Saturday, the birthday of the very popular Columbia Restaurant is not an off-day. It was a system overload for me to realize how long Columbia McDonald's has been a fixture here. See in CM Birthdays list today, Saturday, July 16, 2016 - but be prepared to wig out when you find out. - EW

By Ralph Waggener
Commentary from the editor of It's Just for a Smile News

I learned something from another Ralph the other day.

Squirrels are smarter than humans because they can take care of themselves; but humans have to have someone take care of them. Seems humans are not smart enough to take care of themselves, and that's according to Ralph "Cooney" Shearer.


We have a Democrat Party so he says.

I have to stay away for a day to cypher all that I learn At McDonald's in the morning; just too much knowledge to handle at one time.

Just thought Id pass some along to you.

Your much younger brother, Ralph



This story was posted on 2016-07-16 06:35:22
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