I’ve always prided myself on being a bit of a “friend of the everyman.”
I have a tipping policy – I tip in direct proportion to how much I don’t want to do a job. In other words, cabbies and hotel maids do quite well with me, most of the time. I can’t imagine how hard these jobs are for how little these people are paid.
That’s why I originally bought this book. As a big fan of this book, I thought I’d like the book pictured above. It seemed a smart continuation of the theme.
But it seems I never make time to read it.
So off to the RID pile goes another stack of “old trees.”
Here’s hoping the person who finds it does something to help the urban poor.