Friday, February 24, 2012 6:11:05 AM
I work graveyard shift and have a concealed carry permit so I'm allowed to carry at work. When I have some of these ignorant mouthy customers come through, I can`t help but smile and think to myself, "You would not be talking to me this way if you knew I have a .45 tucked in my waistband.
Thursday, February 23, 2012 2:40:03 PM
To the restaurant customers of the world (most likely America): The fact that you are paying for a meal and might tip a little extra entitles you to enjoy an evening that you don't have to cook or clean dishes. Someone will bring the food to you and clear your dirty dishes out of the way, and will most likely be rather polite. These people are your servers, not your servants. Treat them accordingly. You are not better than them. Your money doesn`t mean they owe you anything. Do not shake an empty glass of ice at them if you want a refill. Do not make a point to display your disgust if your eggs are over well rather than over medium. You are not royalty. You are a person, just like the servers, hosts, chefs and busboys. I am acquainted with a family that treats their servers like crap. I have chosen to never eat out with them again.