Cruel Xians leave fake $20 tip

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A waiter in Kansas is another victim of cruel Christians leaving hard working servers fake tips in the form of religious tracts disguised as money.
Tech Insider reports on one recent incident:
17-year-old Garret Wayman, who works as a waiter at a restaurant in a suburb of Wichita, Kansas, said he was excited on Tuesday to see a $20 bill tucked under a ketchup bottle as a tip.​
But on closer inspection, his excitement turned to irritation after he said he realized the tip was a fake.​
A customer had really left Wayman a religious pamphlet disguised to look like money that recommends he seek “faith thru Jesus Christ” and start reading the bible.​

Wayman said:
I’m 17-years-old, $7,000 in debt because I had to buy myself a car, juggling full-time school, and working seven days a week.​
He said when he first spotted the fake tip tucked under a ketchup bottle he was very excited:
Getting a $20 tip at the restaurant I work at is very, very rare.​

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Cruel Christians Leave Fake $20 Tips Promoting Jesus

This is the ultimate in low. What classless jackasses. I’d spit in these scumbag’s food next time.

They do not like low paid workers. They think if God loved these people, he would have made them rich. The worse week to waitress was the Church of God convention week. A whole week of high demands and no tips. They are disgusting and mean people.
 
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Lots of servers make practically nothing In wages. They mainly work for tips. A lot of them are trying to work their way through college. This is an insult. Not only making them think they have made a nice little tip, but actually giving them something totally useless.
And yet another example of Xians shoving religion down our throats.

And it's not even religion. It was created in the mid-70's to support republicans and take over the south from democrats. They are a cult who so far have stolen over $6 bn in your taxes for their fake faith based programs and stolen heaven knows HOW many children to sell.
 
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Lots of servers make practically nothing In wages. They mainly work for tips. A lot of them are trying to work their way through college. This is an insult. Not only making them think they have made a nice little tip, but actually giving them something totally useless.
And yet another example of Xians shoving religion down our throats.
Do you show the same outrage over Islam and other religions? Islam is forcing it's presence all over Europe and you defend them all the way.
 
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I didn’t see that in the source. IF not? For shame. Always tip your server unless they suck. Even give them a small tip. But remember that the cook isn’t the server.
Agreed on tips. I always tip 20% unless the server was a complete ass. I also follow the maxim "Don't blame the waitress for the failure of management. Always bitch to the appropriate people." Only a fucking moron takes a failure of management out on a waitress.
 
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They do not like low paid workers. They think if God loved these people, he would have made them rich. The worse week to waitress was the Church of God convention week. A whole week of high demands and no tips. They are disgusting and mean people.
They? Do you say the same thing about Blacks? Women? What other prejudices and stereotypes do you have?
 
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And it's not even religion. It was created in the mid-70's to support republicans and take over the south from democrats. They are a cult who so far have stolen over $6 bn in your taxes for their fake faith based programs and stolen heaven knows HOW many children to sell.
More prejudice and hate. Are you an atheist?
 
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More prejudice and hate. Are you an atheist?

It's all documented here. You can either educate yourself and join a discussion or be seen as a buffoon on the topic. Choice is yours.

The Despoiling of America

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The years 1982-1986 marked the period Pat Robertson and radio and televangelists urgently broadcast appeals that rallied Christian followers to accept a new political religion that would turn millions of Christians into an army of political operatives. It was the period when the militant church raised itself from centuries of sleep and once again eyed power.
At the time, most Americans were completely unaware of the militant agenda being preached on a daily basis across the breadth and width of America. Although it was called “Christianity” it can barely be recognized as Christian. It in fact was and is a wolf parading in sheep’s clothing: It was and is a political scheme to take over the government of the United States and then turn that government into an aggressor nation that will forcibly establish the United States as the ruling empire of the twenty-first century. It is subversive, seditious, secretive, and dangerous.[9]
Dominionism is a natural if unintended extension of Social Darwinism and is frequently called “Christian Reconstructionism.” Its doctrines are shocking to ordinary Christian believers and to most Americans. Journalist Frederick Clarkson, who has written extensively on the subject, warned in 1994 that Dominionism “seeks to replace democracy with a theocratic elite that would govern by imposing their interpretation of ‘Biblical Law.’” He described the ulterior motive of Dominionism is to eliminate “…labor unions, civil rights laws, and public schools.” Clarkson then describes the creation of new classes of citizens:
“Women would be generally relegated to hearth and home. Insufficiently Christian men would be denied citizenship, perhaps executed. So severe is this theocracy that it would extend capital punishment [to] blasphemy, heresy, adultery, and homosexuality.”[10]
Today, Dominionists hide their agenda and have resorted to stealth; one investigator who has engaged in internet exchanges with people who identify themselves as religious conservatives said, “They cut and run if I mention the word ‘Dominionism.’”[11] Joan Bokaer, the Director of Theocracy Watch, a project of the Center for Religion, Ethics and Social Policy at Cornell University wrote, “In March 1986, I was on a speaking tour in Iowa and received a copy of the following memo [Pat] Robertson had distributed to the Iowa Republican County Caucus titled, “How to Participate in a Political Party.” It read:
“Rule the world for God.
“Give the impression that you are there to work for the party, not push an ideology.
“Hide your strength.
“Don’t flaunt your Christianity.
“Christians need to take leadership positions. Party officers control political parties and so it is very important that mature Christians have a majority of leadership positions whenever possible, God willing.”[12]
Dominionists have gained extensive control of the Republican Party and the apparatus of government throughout the United States; they continue to operate secretly. Their agenda to undermine all government social programs that assist the poor, the sick, and the elderly is ingeniously disguised under false labels that confuse voters. Nevertheless, as we shall see, Dominionism maintains the necessity of laissez-faire economics, requiring that people “look to God and not to government for help.”[13]
It is estimated that thirty-five million Americans who call themselves Christian, adhere to Dominionism in the United States, but most of these people appear to be ignorant of the heretical nature of their beliefs and the seditious nature of their political goals. So successfully have the televangelists and churches inculcated the idea of the existence of an outside “enemy,” which is attacking Christianity, that millions of people have perceived themselves rightfully overthrowing an imaginary evil anti-Christian conspiratorial secular society.
When one examines the progress of its agenda, one sees that Dominionism has met its time table: the complete takeover of the American government was predicted to occur by 2004.[14] Unless the American people reject the GOP’s control of the government, Americans may find themselves living in a theocracy that has already spelled out its intentions to change every aspect of American life including its cultural life, its Constitution and its laws.

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