Jason (jcreed) wrote,

A surprising thing I find myself liking about the all-you-can-eatness of the goog cafeteria is that I can take as little as I want without feeling guilty for wasting food, or for wasting the tangible cost of paying for like a restaurant buffet. Technically, I'm in the same situation, where I have an incentive to eat all the food I can, since it's a sunk cost, but for whatever reason it doesn't feel like that.

The prospect of getting actual work things done still feels rather distant. All in due course, I guess.
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