reply to post by Creep Thumper
Let's skip the BS semantics.
1. This woman is an american, grown up on american culture whereby tipping is the norm to facillitate better productivity of the server and economic
survival of small establishments whom could not have paid higher salaries without being bankrupt and a loss to the community's employment rates.
This is something that most non-americans are not aware of, as they believe that miserly consumer conduct and high wages will boost the ecomomy in the
F&B industry, unlike americans.
2. This woman is also a christian pastor, who grew up and accepted the collar of a religion that teaches mercy, compassion and charity.
She failed to lead or show any of such examples, had even tarnish such teachings by writing nonsense on that bill to excuse herself from the
charitable act of tipping. And worse, instead of mercy, she demanded the immediate expulsion of the staff, not because of any security issue, but only
her ego and religious falsehoods being exposed.
No true christian can side with her behaviour, but will talk to her and show her the errors of her selfish ways, and pray that she may see the light.
3. We should thank the one who posted that bill on the net, so that true christians may wake up and know the realities of who or what being had
leading their 'churches'. Every human is accountable. Being a pastor is not a free pass to tyranny, to misinterpretate or misuse sacred divine
teachings for one's personal gain.
edit on 4-2-2013 by SeekerofTruth101 because: (no reason given)