Typo: Cannot be violating our own Prime Directive.
March 10, 2014 at 3:45pm
I NEVER post on here because most of the comments seem to be very vitriolic and ridiculous, but Darmok is one of my all time favorite Trek episodes, so you sir get a +1 just for that.
TIPS stands for To (E)Insure Proper Service, and it doesnt change the 2.15 an hour I make thanks to TX right to work laws. Sunday Christians get the same stereotype as some African Americans at restaurants. These stereotypes are created because of continual repeat issues, possibly someones personal bias also, but the sort of stuff actually happens.
However to take a note from Trek, we can be going around acting like ******** violating our own Prime Directive. Treating anyone badly whether you are a Christian or not, is a ****** human act. When someone gives you bad service, it is indeed THEIR OWN FAULT and they should be compensated (or not) accordingly.
February 20, 2013 at 2:23pm
And where is this ******** being broadcast from? MSNBC? Thats crazy, theyre a respectable news outlet. Talk about misdirection.
January 31, 2013 at 4:44pm
LOL Ive worked as a server and bartender since I was 18 and it has paid for 2 undergraduate degrees and am now completing my masters degree. During this time I also managed and trained employees, it is very difficult to get great employees who really give a **** for 2.15/h here in TX. That tends to be a huge part of the reason that people experience such ****** service on a regular basis. That does not however mean give you the excuse of being a ****** customer as so many choose to be and as many of the people who have commented on this post proudly admit to being.
TIPS means To (I)Ensure Proper Service, meaning if the person does a great job and exceeds your expectations and needs as a customer, it is proper and polite to reciprocate.
ALSO, Never in my life has an athiest handed me a booklet about athiesm instead of a tip, only “Christians” felt the need to repay good service with verbal tips and religious literature. BUT this is America, and I support your religious beliefs 100% even though I do not share them, please leave them the hell out of your dining experience. The comment above about sunday tippers is unfortunately true most of the time, let alone if they are “urban”, you know youre working for free for that table.
Bottom line, ****** attitudes and not smiling should not earn you a good tip. To be a dumb ass and immortalize it on the internet is unfortunate and has consequences.
Didn't know atheists carried signs - not trying to offend , but very few people pray over their meal (should ) , but ,still very few ! I've tipped even before my Pastor recommended it. Praying over one's meal is a recommendation by the Apostle Paul, as well. You may not be a believer - it's your choice. Tell me how you make that discernment though- interested !