From one of our members, Paul

Dear Over Indulgent Sweet Tea Drinker,

I appreciate that the quenching of your insatiable thirst is of the utmost importance to you; however, I believe that your ninja-like ability to down an entire glass of freshly poured tea in the .3 seconds it takes for me to blink my weary eyes is, at the very least, extreme exaggeration. Please know that Lipton and Company, along with numerous other producers of this fine Southern tradition will continue operation tomorrow, as usual, and you will have ample opportunities to harass other hard-working employees of the Food & Beverage Industry for 7 and 3 quarters glasses of tea before you order dinner (which, by the way, still hasn’t happened due to your never-ending barrage of self-important single-sided “conversation” unfairly abusing your “friends” tired eardrums as they plead silently with pain-filled eyes for me to put them out of their rapidly increasing misery before they inevitably commit group suicide, of which, I have zero desire to clean up if I did have the time, but I’m just TOO busy brewing yet another urn of tea). Please understand that no amount of any liquid with 1 whole pound of sugar to every gallon will EVER save your speach-swollen tongue from being plagued by increasingly persistent cottonmouth caused by said incessantly borish and incredibly pompous babbling. Also…in my rambling, I forgot to include my overwhelming, heartfelt gratitude for the three ones and six whole quarters you left strewn about the farm animal-like filth covering what used to be a dinner table as my “tip” on the 128 dollar check you fought and argued persistently with your “friends” to pay while insisting with genuine, yet moronic, ignorance that you tip much better than they do. Gee, 3.515%…I earned EVERY decimal place.

Informatively Yours,
Your server,
Paul

I Don’t Tip Because of Obama!

 

So now we are going to use Obama as a reason not to tip??

Ok people…it’s time to put our big girl/boy pants on and act like adults about this…

America has spoken- It may not be the candidate you wanted, but that’s not what democracy is all about. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not only our opinion and ideas that count. It’s the opinions and ideas of the entire country. What we all should do now is pray that BOTH Democrats and Republicans can find a way to work together for the common good of the people. Change starts with each of us! Mr Romney has conceded- it’s time that everyone else follow! Wishing failure on the President won’t help any of us. I’m praying for President Obama. I believe in the power of prayer and that is my responsibility at this point. If you want to see the economy improve, jobs get created, and improvements in social policies, then you should be rooting for our elected officials that they can work together to make it happen. No matter how much you complain, how rude your comments get, how much you think another candidate should have won, the country selected Obama. The last 4 years are behind us-we must begin to look forward for what can be done for tomorrow! That’s what this country is all about.

Thoughts from our member Hannah

Hannah:

I cannot stand the people who go on and on about serving not being a “real job”….how utterly pretentious and ridiculous. Do you like going out to eat and drink, having all the work done for you? Because if we were not here serving you, you’d be having to take care of your own cooking and cleaning. If it’s that hard for you to do for yourself, think about how hard it often is for us to do for loads of people, almost every day of the week. A lot of us have families, debts, mortgages….you can bet ALL of us have rent and bills to pay, and groceries to buy…we work our asses off serving you to support ourselves and loved ones. How dare you have the nerve to judge just how important this job is.