When we landed in the
We come from a tourist area. We live in the eastern part of
Im tempted to say licensing, but many of the entrepreneurs we saw in
Maybe it is the case that such direct, clear appeals to basic needs are outside of what are the accepted norms of politeness in this country. We perceive ourselves to be more restrained and so we invent more restraints on trade, on public displays of affection, and on our approach to selling stuff.
Were no less interested in selling stuff; we just have some cultural need to always look like were not selling stuff.