September 1969
New Yorker;9/13/1969, Vol. 45 Issue 30, p38
The article relates the experience of the author who went in a service station for gasoline and lunch. The gasoline was served up in short order but the food order was not taken immediately. The issue was resolved when the author picked a business reply card where he could comment on food and service of the station.


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