Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist

The Future Is Running A Little Late

The wifi went down at the country pub where we had lunch yesterday and no-one could pay with plastic. Becky had said it was her treat but she was only carrying loose change so we dug into our wallets- which we'd filled earlier at a hole-in-the-wall.

The cashless society may be coming- and I understand the powers that be would welcome it- but we need to get some wrinkles ironed out first.

After we'd paid the landlady came out of her back room and kicked the card-reader round the car park (not literally) and it was working again. Even so...

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