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mediation and lobster rolls

September 27, 2011
  • A couple of years ago I stook a course on mediation at Harvard University.  The faculty was amazing – as one would expect at Harvard.  I highly recommend it to anyone embarking on a career in mediation
  • One evening a group of us decided to take in a Red Sox game at Fenway Park.  It wasn’t just a game, it was an experience, since the hated Yankees were in town
  • Between innings I ventured downstairs for some food.  I was used to the “food” the Rogers Centre, so I wasn’t expecting much (it’s a stretch to call the stuff at the Rogers Centre food)
  • To my amazement and delight, I was able to buy a lobster roll!
    What a treat.  Ignoring the fact it wasn’t kosher (Yankee Stadium in the Bronx sells lots of kosher products by the way), it was a taste experience
  • The ACC (Air Canada Centre) has food that tastes like food.  It can be done, even in Toronto.  C’mon Rogers, you can do better
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