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|Description||Thank you to the young man to whom I owe a tip and might never see again and the nice lady who gave me a United States nickel (five cents) which I found hard to accept but he took when I was three cents short--we were all right, that was cheaper than breaking another one of my United States dollars which would have slowed down the line. Not to be confused with the Orwday Center for the Performing Arts in Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA. Receipt from the McDonald's, B Terminal, w:O'Hare International Airport, Chicago, Illinois, United States of America. Pretty sure the tip on some previous transaction--two fish sandwiches in one eleven or fifteen hour trip from San Diego, California to Minneapolis, Minnesota on United Airlines--more than covered these three cents. Although United Airlines refused to cover about an $85 loss on the contents of my suitcase--the about $15 dry cleaning bill for my jacket from w:Lands' End, about $60 for the complete loss of a pair of black dress shoes, and about $10 labor cost to clean the inside of a large but not overweight piece of Atlantic luggage--damage caused by melting or dissolving the contents of an open bottle of Tums--probably caused by opening the suitcase outside during precipitation. Safe and sound.|
|Date||between 1 December 2007and 16 December 2007|
|Author||Susan G. Lesch|
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