To: massmike; All
FWIW, all of you...
Yesterday I realized with horror that I couldn't find my wallet. I looked high and low. Unusual circumstance... it had a lot of money in it.
As I searched for it, I began to form the suspicion that I'd left it at the automated check-out machine at my small town's grocery store. Small town meaning ~8000 households.
I drove down there to report it missing. They had it. All the money was in it.
When I got home I put 1/3 of it in an envelope and took it back there in an envelope, with a thank-you note enclosed. Should be enough to pay for their annual employee picnic, if they have one.
posted on 05/09/2012 5:33:07 AM PDT
by Steely Tom
(If the Constitution can be a living document, I guess a corporation can be a person.)
To: Steely Tom
Lucky for you, there are still honest people around. My husband left is wallet, bulging with cash, in my Tahoe. I went to the car wash and as I walked away from my truck one of the car wash guys started yelling at me to come back. He had my husbands wallet still bulging with cash. I started pulling out $20. bills and handing them to him and then I went to the other guys standing there in disbelief! Everybody got cash!
posted on 05/09/2012 5:39:16 AM PDT
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