Customers who walk into the Saint Louis Bread Co. in Clayton, Mo., often stop, glance up at a sign and gape. Too many choices? Hardly. "We encourage those with the means to leave the requested amount or more if you're able," the sign reads. "And we encourage those with a real need to take a discount." Huh? I'm about to buy lunch at a fairly upscale sandwich joint, and I can name my own price?
Two greeters are available to confirm my suspicions: at this establishment, you can pay what you want....
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Posted August 3, 2010 at 5:40 am
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