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Io avevo gli occhi lucidi. Dicevo, non ce la faccio. E a quel punto, la mazzata. I came on a Sunday at 11AM with three friends, with my mother and her friends at a nearby table. (My mom picked up the check, which was very generous we were only eating at the same restaurant for transportation purposes, as our next stop was the airport.) The reservation system was a little silly, in that I tried to make my reservation when my mom made hers, and the hostess told me to hang up and call again even though I was sitting right next to my mom, I mean how inefficient and bone stupid is that? Anyway, a few of us arrived a little early and waited for our friend at the bar. It was a beautiful, well stocked bar with a friendly bartender.
“Potatoes, chorizo and peppers. My mother in law gets it all for free, and she eats nothing else. She gets a sack of potatoes delivered every other week, a dozen peppers, and there are chorizos hanging up everywhere at her place.There was something I didn’t understand here.”Look”, I reasoned, “if she’s got so much money, how come she always eats the same thing? And, don’t you get any kickback? I mean, it’s got to be a good thing to have a rich mother in law, hasn’t it?”The Sergeant looked over at me half in sorrow, half in pity.