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August 10, 1999
Q: Then what should I do with it?
Q: Oh! Thanks for explaining that!
Q: But if I leave my plate sitting there long enough,
won't the disgusting smell eventually motivate someone else to wash
it so I don't have to bother doing it? This always works at home!
Q: What's wrong with cockroaches and mice? I think they're
kind of neat.
Q: How soon after I finish eating should I "wash"
my plate? Do I have to do it within the next two days, or would
a week later be OK?
Q: "Right away"?
Q: OK, I think I understand about plates. How about coffee
cups? Is it OK to abandon them and then use a new mug the next time
I have coffee?
Q: But it isn't really "my" cup. The cup belongs
to the company, and I'm just borrowing it to drink coffee out of.
As soon as I've finished drinking my coffee, the cup reverts back
to the company, and it's not my responsibility anymore. That's the
way it works in a restaurant, and when I visit my Mom.
Q: Thanks, this is all really quite educational. I was
wondering, now that I think of it, about what I should do with pop
cans and juice bottles after I've finished with them?
Q: Wow, this is all news to me! OK, how about paper towels
and stuff. Is it OK to throw them on the floor somewhere?
Q: Yeah, but what if I miss and it accidentally lands
on the floor?
Q: Say if I spill coffee or water or food on the kitchen
counter, should I clean it up, or should I leave it?