“We used to get lots of secretaries and paralegals but we just don’t get them in anymore. I think a lot of the law firms have cut back and, with the economy the way it is, a lot of our customers don’t eat at restaurants anymore.” ~ Kathleen Portman, co-owner of The Fatted Calf in St. Louis, Missouri explains why the restaurant’s doors might close after 45 years in business (STLtoday.com)

Aw, man, we get blamed for everything, even the decline of the hamburger trade.

But honestly, did secretaries and paralegals account for the missing 100 customers a day?

Source:  STLtoday

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