Restaurants of what type and what were their corresponding policies? Best Regards, MG Is there any logic to whether restaraunts offer free refills for soda drinks? I've observed one street alone among three restaraunts
Related question: Why no free re-fills in Europe? -- Prof. Bryan Caplan [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.gmu.edu/departments/economics/bcaplan "Is there anything more distinctly understood by all men, than what it is to see, to hear, to remember, to judge?
At 21:16 00-07-08, you wrote: Related question: Why no free re-fills in Europe? -- It depends what you re-fill. If you have dinner in a Paris Bistrot roman (a chain of upper middle class fast food) and you take the smoked salmon, they will re-fill you as much as you want. Same with their
I am not sure this is proper on this serious list, but here are a couple replies (including by economists of two different schools) to the popular saying: If it ain't broken, don't fix it. Calvinist: There is no such thing as a non-broken thing. Epicurean: It is too much trouble fixing it. PC: