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In right context, a gesture goes a long way

6:04 PM, Jul. 5, 2013
Hand holding cigarette in ashtray
Hand holding cigarette in ashtray
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Several weeks ago, my son asked me if I would be available to help him take a couple of work colleagues to General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee. They had asked him because they have no immediate family members in the area. The couple had been working in the Valley for about a year and were flying home to San Francisco.

On the way there, we had a brief discussion after the couples had asked us how many bags they could take on the plane. They had quite a few: six pieces of luggage, two carry-ons and two boxes. But that was pretty much the extend of our conversation - a language barrier limited ...

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