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Tipped workers historically have been paid less than minimum wage (like $2.15/hour), with the assumption that their main wage comes from their tips. Due to SJW (whining), some states (Montana for example) have changed this, and wait staff now receive a minimum wage ($7-8 or more per hour). Despite this, due to the tipping history in America, the same jobs still expect a tip. I tip the historically acceptable 15% when I travel to a “non-minimum wage” state. In Montana, I tip if their service was exceptional. What bugs me, is non-wait-staff, non-serving jobs (places where you get your own drinks, and/or bus your tables) expecting a tip. Thanks for reading my rant. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 20)
“You are not the type of person Mr. Rogers thought you could be.” Thanks FunnyPics, and community, for giving me the best insult I have ever seen. on mr. Rogers (Upvotes: 19)
@The next plague, I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN BETTER THAN TO CHEAT A FRIEND on Careless Whisper Tube (Upvotes: 13)
“Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it.” I think PSAs with photos of measles, small pox, polio (etc), and the associated effects, might go a long way for the less/wrongly informed people out there. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 13)
@Smash Like Gaston, I would say he’s as much of a scientist as a high school teacher. Equivalent to the best damn high school chem/bio/whatever teacher out there. Bill has never been published or credited in any peer reviewed science journals; and honorary degrees (which he has a few) really don’t count for much when it comes to credentials. I wouldn’t let an “honorary” doctorate treat a heart condition, for example. Bill gave up on engineering to pursue a career in comedy, and then eventually found a niche in children’s entertainment. He speaks well, and can explain semi-complex scientific thoughts to lay people. on Dolph (Upvotes: 16)

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