Post hoc, ergo propter hoc
- Jun 11, 2005
Allows or enables - not specifically expects. Example: in another thread, yesterday, someone had found a number of options for that same day, Thanksgiving.If Disney expects us to book dining 6 months in advance
Then no Disney restaurant ever would be able to make any menu changes whatsoever. Every single day is six months in advance of somebody's meal.they need to know what they will be serving 6 months in advance.
Did they know in advance, though? Is it a permanent change? Has anybody else anywhere at this restaurant posted about this same issue this day or any surrounding day? Could the change have been due to a supply issue? The lunch kitchen staff not being available (so the dinner staff covered and cooked what they cook best)? Could it have been caused by the latest romaine lettuce recall?I am not asking for personalized or special treatment - you said I did. What I said is that in situations where they know they are going to fundamentally modify the menu, let people know. Not one just person , but everyone.
You could still leave at that point. Nobody would have forced you to stay, order, and eat.the way we found out about the menu change was my son asked to see the menu before we sat down. Had he not, we wouldn’t have know until getting a table.