During the mid-1980s, a friend worked at a submarine sandwich shop. This restaurant offered a bewildering array of choices to construct a sandwich: different breads, cheeses, meats, vegetables, amounts, and temperatures. To assist customers in navigating the complex options, its menu consisted of a series of questions that began something like this:
Would you like white or wheat bread?
What kind of meats would you like?
Would you like American, Swiss, or provolone cheese?
Would you like your sandwich hot or cold?
What vegetables would you like?
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© Rob Warner with Robert Harris 2004