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... be doing. The system works one thing like this. The stakeholder, somebody in enterprise or with a business curiosity, has an thought she or he thinks could promote or make the business extra money. The thought may solely generate an easier approach of doing things. Sooner production means less man hours. Less man hours means less payroll. Much less payroll means extra money for the company to spend somewhere else. The issue got here ...
... option. Again we were feeling like right charlies as the guy sitting by the machines led us patiently through this 'user friendly' system to buy one of these Charlie Cards. Pic 2. Clearly I thought, these cards are aptly named since visitors feel like right charlies until they have this plastic pass which, we were repeatedly informed should be held over the sensor steadily and not swiped lest you get a rude message and have to do it again and pay two ...
... a couple of old fogies!!
We were really impressed with the historic warship USS Constitution, it is kept in remarkable shape, with navy personnel working on it while we visited, shining & polishing until it shines!! There's no information about how much it has cost to keep it in such good condition but we couldnt help comparing it to the Bluenose 11 in Lunenburg, ...
... aisles we boarded the plane.
The flight was about seven hours long and the journey was alright apart from the dodgy looking Asian bloke next to me who kept making startling snorting noises at random intervals. Somewhere along the way I began to realise that I had a problem with my vision. I had recently been given a new prescription of contact lenses by the optician in Berwick and this was the first day I had tried them. At first I ...
... Stand'. Apparently, the majority of Chinese people who go out drinking look for an ONS and the women do not have to pay for any drinks. I was a bit shocked at this and didn't feel a huge urge to go to china; he wasn't really selling this to me. We thought the funniest thing was that his English wasn't that great really but he knew ONS. Go figure! My last day! Time seems to be getting quicker and quicker as my travels go on - this week certainly went faster than NYC. Diny ...