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This. Total POS.
TURDS ALL UP IN THIS MUG. /// "2010 Auburn Tigers, my favorite team. Unbeaten in all ways." -- Dan Wetzel, April 4, 2013, 6:29 p.m.
Haven't read the entire thread so not sure if this was posted yet.
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Not beating a dead horse. Just waiting for Alonzo to answer a simple question I asked him.
But I understand why you may be so sensitive.
Play like you had a fake girlfriend die today!
No, and thank you.
C'mon bro.J. Simpson, we both know that Mack Brown is no more alive than Lennay...let's be real.
Couldn't agree more. Dude is old, out of touch, and just well... dumb at this point. Can't wait to get an actual coach to be the head guy here as soon as Mack retires or gets told to GTFO. But it may take a revolution from inside the athletic department for anything like that to happen. DeLoss Dodds just can't quit Mack apparently.
I overtip if I have good service.. $20 meal with good service I give $7-$8.
If I have average service to where I don't really notice my waiter/waitress but get my refills and all that for a $20 meal, I tip $5
If I get crappy service.. Server with an attitude, order wrong, waiting forever on drinks.. $20 meal I'll give $2.50
I'm a huge believer in giving good tips for good service.
But using God is dumb, I'm a Christian and what the Pastor says does even make sense.. You give %10 of your yearly salary to the church, %18 of your meal cost at that particular restaurant. I've seen/heard of worse though.
Hell, I even give homeless people a buck.. I don't care where they spend the money, hell I would want to get drunk if I was homeless too.. Makes me feel good helping out homeless people, most are mentally ill and not fortunate enough to come from a loving family.
Anyways, sorry about my little rant.
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
That $1 you give the homeless is either for drinking or shooting dope. Feel good, brother. Feel good.
Did u read my post? I don't get when people say they won't give a buck bc they'll just go drink.. Man I would want to drink everyday if I were homeless.
So the waitress got fired? That's BS! The lady pastor found out it was posted online and later called the Applebee's to complain.
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
yep..exactly what happened...so nice that this so claimed "pastor" who was way out of line, used her clergy badge to save a couple of dollars with an insult attached. I gotta ask "wwjd ". The real loser is AppleBee's corporate. Shame on them. I ate my last meal with them yesterday because of this. It won't make a difference in their business, but it is how I roll.Food there ain't all that anyhow.
Why did you put pastor in quotes? She's absolutely a pastor.
Simple enough to be a "pastor". See question # 4
I've had more difficulty getting my dogs registered.
This post was edited by Knot Hole Cock 15 months ago
I lived in NYC for 4 years and I gave out loot to the homeless all the time. The majority in manhattan really do need the money for food. You can tell the alcoholics/dopers, but like you said, if I was homeless and had a really hard time getting out of it, I would drink a bottle now and again as well. Not a good situation to be in and REALLY tough to get out of....
Yeah, there are practically no social services that offer aid to the homeless.
I usually tip 18ish, 16-17 if it is bad.
I find it odd that people fall all over themselves to tip waiters, but almost no other service industries. Right now I work at a major retailer and basically I deliver large appliance purchases (refrigerators, big screen TVs, washers/dryers, etc) to customers cars. I have been tipped 3 times in the 9+ months I've worked there. It's funny that people will drop 1500 on a fridge, and not think twice about giving the dude who puts it in your truck a buck or two.
I tip for stuff like that.
But like Mr. Pink says, "Why not tip the guys at McDonalds? They're serving you food. What's the difference?"
If free delivery - Y
If they charge for delivery- N
Pastor in this article is obviously an Idgit - If the facts reported are accurate
This post was edited by ramssuperbowl99 14 months ago
Hired some movers to move some furniture I bought not long ago. The whole point was to hire two guys to knock the job out in a hurry. Shouldn't have taken more than an hour and a half. Well, they just took their sweet time walking here and there. No sense of urgency. No rush. Nothing. Took them three hours. When asked if I wanted to tip, I said 'no thanks'.
You want to get shorted on a tip? Take your sweet ass time and charge by the hour. You want a good tip? Actually break a sweat doing some damn work.
I tip for appliance deliveries and other services of that nature but there is still a big difference, in the food industry people are making 2.13 an hour and live off tips...nobody working for sears is making under minimum wage.
Horrible thing to do by the pastor. Even if I get bad service, I always tip. And to justify it with what she gives to God? She obviously doesn't understand why tithe doesn't compare to paying commensurate for services.
And frankly, people need to be constantly aware nowadays of what they write and say. In this day and age, if you write something offensive, people might just take a picture of it and post it. Now, to be honest, I don't agree with the waitress doing that, but if you're ashamed of something, then don't write it.
What third world country are you living in? Indiana? I call bullshit.
Thats minimum wage for people who make tips. Unless they receive less than $30 a month in tips.
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