Letters February 9 2013

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31st January, 2013
THE PILED-HIGH CLUB Like Karl du Fresne (“All you can eat”, February 2), I recall the invitations to gluttony posted outside many American restaurants. When I lived there as a graduate student on a limited budget, there was some sense in piling on hamburger “fixings”. But observing the physical dimensions of most patrons of such joints, I felt that “All you should eat” would be a wiser slogan for America than “All you can eat”. Geo Lealand (Hamilton East) OUR ...

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