Latest “Stone’s Rules” from legendary political consultant and The High Priest of political hijinks, Roger Stone —
“When entering a crowded restaurant where there is a wait for a table, make the maitre d’ aware of your presence and the number of people in your party.
Never attempt to bribe the maitre d’ with a tip in front of others waiting for their tables. After being led to your table, shake hands with the maitre d’ (with a $20
bill in your shaking hand) or seek the matre d’ afterwards when you are ready to leave and shake hands with the twenty then.
You will never wait long for a table at this location again.“
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