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  1. Being pale isn’t bad, it’s when you become translucent that you should be concerned.

    I feel that a lot of people who “don’t know” how to tip are just playing dumb, they know how to tip but they think they can get away without doing it if they just claim ignorance.

    In a much more perfect world it will be understood, maybe one day.

  2. Emerson wrote a thesis titled “the law of compensation”
    It is a universal truth whether you believe it or not.
    I suggest you know it and share it.
    I will sum up a 15 pager to this:there is nothing in this world that is all god or all bad. Every good thing has something bad. Every bad thing has something good. There is nothing in your life that you do good or bad that will not come back to you. It sounds like karma or Golden rule.
    In a certain sense it is. But it is not spiritual or even about doing what is right because its right. It simply defines the universe will return what you put out. I am no Emerson, so my quick fact about what it is “pales” in comparison to Emersons law. BTW I thoroughly enjoy you blog posts and I share it with others.

  3. Steve – I just finished reading Waiter Rant and loved it, which is what brought me to your site.
    In response to this blog: People are incredibly cheap and greedy, and as you have pointed out in your book, the way they behave in a restaurant is indicative of how they behave out in “the real world”.
    PS – I don’t think you look pasty, but I can totally picture you in a priest’s collar!

  4. I don’t know man 25% seems a bit steep. don’t get me wrong i’m a former waiter and good tipping was very appreciated. but expecting 25% tipping is too dam greedy.

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