For the year-old Mr. Accetta, whose "real" job is as a public-school special-education teacher, selling dogs in the stands is something he has done with a sense of honor since , just as his father, a subway conductor, and his grandfather, a plumber, did before him.
It is union seniority that divides those who sell beer generally the most coveted product from those who hawk, for instance, candy. Accetta said.
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I am pretty much all hot dogs. I have seniority, but to rate beer, no. Of the vendors, those who rank highest in seniority also get to choose where they want to sell. There are usually about vendors in the stands during a game.
Vendors must work at least 40 percent of the games to maintain their union status. Accetta works as much as he can. When the vendors arrive at the "shape-up room" at for a night game, they are assigned their products and station. On this night, Mr.
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Accetta takes an area at field level, stretching from home plate to left field. After changing into their uniform blue shirts, it is off to the commissary, where those who deal dogs hover over Cecil Charsmidt, who readies dogs and buns. They get a credit for broken buns and dogs. Their sales are tabulated, and they receive weekly paychecks based on commission, which runs from After the elaborate check-in process, Mr. Accetta ventures into the stands an hour before game time, serving the hungry and impatient who have already begun to arrive.
There are plenty of bites. Occasionally, someone gives Mr.
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Something which I can't quite swallow. So if you have 2 jibs that are equal in area.
Especially in non beating mode. This of course assumes proper sheet leads, etc. And on a boat that's not in race mode obviously. Great for cruisers, short handed racers.
I should have specified that I'm more curious about jib performance in the kt TWS range. Especially in non beating mode.
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This of course assumes proper sheet leads, etc. And on a boat that's not in race mode obviously. Great for cruisers, short handed racers.
- My top ten list of total jerks in baseball.
- Unconditionally Single (Honey Diaries).
- In This Wood;
I should have specified that I'm more curious about jib performance in the kt TWS range. Well, once you're reaching the yankee has it's sail area up higher, and neither sail will have any 'end plate' effect. The hi clew will trim better in the broader angles as it has the shorter foot length, so sail can be eased further and still have a reasonable foil shape.