I am often seated at a table in a restaurant that does not sit flat on the floor. It rocks back and forth as I try to eat. This is doubly distracting. Not only am I experiencing that damn rocking, I'm also thinking about a fix.
The solution must be very low cost and easily replaceable because I know, at the end of the meal, I'll just get up and leave. Then it will be back to my shop to make a new gap-filling device. It must also be small and light weight enough to carry at all times.
Well, I think I have it.
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Your comments are welcome. All of us are smarter than any one of us.
I've found that a book of matches is usually sufficient — and available — to solve this problem. If I don't have one in my pocket (which is rare, albeit I am a non-smoker) I can usually walk up to the counter — and get one. The natural wedge shape can be easily modified — thicker or thin, as the case may require. But I agree — there's little more irritating that either sitting at a rocking table, or on a rocking chair.
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