It seems plausible, all the statistical and historical evidence back it up, but it's quite strange that even with this critical hint nobody has solved the mystery yet.
This classic version didn’t have much to it, and what’s more it was licensed under the Apache 2.0 License. Fork’s Away!
If I read that correctly, he seemed happy about the license only because it allowed him to fork it.
Leftovers will be charged R$ 3,00
With the actual value varying, but ranging from 10% to 30% of the total amount.
This was illegal, but the owners a) didn't seem to care about the legal status and b) didn't actually enforce the rule.
In the end, those signs served as a harsh and unpopular (among the clients) reminder of not putting more on your plate than you can eat. Good intentions, bad execution.
jungle compounds down in Brazil
+3 Interesting? What, do you think this is the Lost island and we are stuck in the 16th century?
We can defeat gravity. The problem is the paperwork involved.