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"Or Like in Europe Where Folks Share Tables to Save Space"

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Chris Mathews to me is a mealy-mouthed loud mouth who yesterday when talking about having to sit with his teen-age daughter at a restaurant table would try to ignore him like she wasn't with him and he said "Like in Europe where folks share tables to save space:.

??? Duh what is that statement based on - I have never had to share tables with strangers in any European restaurant or even cafe - have you or is this as usual just Chris blowing hot air based on some silly misconception?

I see little difference in this regard between the U.S. and Europe - or am I wrong?

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