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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    My point is that tipped service professions versus non-tipped service professions are very unequal, and people tend to ignore that when deciding who to tip and how much to tip.

    Sorry, but you don't deserve a $5 tip for walking 150 feet with a bag of food to my table, while you're carrying five other bags for five other tippers. You just don't.

    And by "deserve", I mean what you deserve from me. The other five guys can tip $100 each for all I care. But at the same time, I'm not tipping you $5 just because the other five guys are tipping you $5.

    You already make a lot of money for a very unskilled job. (Seriously, I could train 5-year-old Benjamin to do this job!) You are providing me a very minor service, one that is very little trouble and takes very little time. Hell, if someone handed me 6 bags to deliver while I was hanging around on break, I would do it for $30 in tips (I'm not joking!)

    $3 is not undertipping. What defines undertipping, anyway? Giving less than what everyone else does? As Brandon pointed out, people are giving $5 partially due to the lack of change available, and partially because they're playing an expensive WSOP event and figure an amount like $5 is nothing to them. But everyone should not be expected to do that, and anyone tipping less than $5 shouldn't be considered cheap.

    How come $5 for walking over a $25 bag is an appropriate tip, and yet that same $5 is an appropriate tip for a diner where you buy a $25 meal, and the waitress spends 90-120 minutes going back and forth getting things for you?

    well, ive seen bracelet winners do a lot worse things I guess.

    also, how long do you usually take to order a meal, and eat it and pay and leave a tip? 90-120 minutes is a bit excessive to be sitting around a resturant. are you eating 5 course meals?
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    and also, id ship the $30 on paypal for video of you delivering food at the WSOP.


    it'd be like a hybrid of the show UnderCover Boss
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    LoL you guys have literally been talking about this since last year.

    http://pokerfraudalert.com/radio/rad...6-15-47-55.mp3

    2.13.59 mark or a little before. YOU GUYS ARE TALKING ABOUT THIS EXACT THING ALMOST WORD FOR WORD.

    how is it I can search the archives, for a prank call (I love those) and find this. really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chinamaniac View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Shizzmoney View Post

    I was a delivery pizza guy in high school. The owner always made it a point for me to carry proper change when I made deliveries, and usually would give me $100 in "petty cash" - 2 $20s, 1 $10, 5 $5s, and 25 $1s - each day before I would start making my deliveries. He would also ask me if I needed a change reload after a few orders so that I'd have this covered when seeing customers.

    I mean, you learn this shit playing "Monopoly".

    I am also surprised Dave doesn't have them walk around with a credit card swiper they they can attach to their cellphone via the headphone jack (i.e. LevelUp) but I can see him as a small business not offering this as it does cost money.....but can be super convenient for the customer and the employee alike.

    The only thing I suggest to Drexel, and granted this responsibility SHOULDN'T fall on you but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do, is to break a $20 with a server or something before you order and have change on your person before hand. Granted, I am a labor guy and always try to be proactive and make things as easy as possible on the server b/c as a guy who has worked in food service (which sucks), I know that awkward situations like this happen more than it should.

    Dave REALLY needs to have his runners have cash change on hand...it's unprofessional IMO they don't....but in the end these are young girls, and young girls are pretty stupid when it comes to money.

    I was a pizza delivery guy as well and if you don't have change then you don't get tipped sometimes.
    Were you a hot chick in spandex? Were you the only food delivery service in town? Please! These chicks have a complete monopoly on food delivery service if you don't want to walk anywhere. Your comparison is invalid.


    Quote Originally Posted by chinamaniac View Post
    Also, I am not sure these girls are working for tips (although they accept them). I used Daves service one summer and can't remember if I tipped or not but I do remember them flying by tables just dropping off food for people and moving on and not even making eye contact with the people they dropped off for.

    She may have been pissed because she had to run back and get change and not over the tip amount?

    Either way it does not excuse her berating and tone as this is a sure fire way to lose customers.

    Quite possibly the dumbest fucking thing I've ever read. This makes me think you actually weren't trolling with your Mike Dental take. Have you seen the cocktail gentleman that frequent the Rio? Dave would get three notches wrose looking than that if 5 dollars wasn't the min tip. (I'm in the minority of people that would prefer that) These hoes are so distracting as they hover over the player like a house slave waiting to get talked to.

    That's what makes Drexels story so incredibly unbelievable in the first place. These girls would NOT speak unless spoken to if cards were in front of a player. Dave had obviously warned them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    The problem with our tipping culture exists on a few levels:

    1) People are trained in American society to believe that higher tips = better person. So if you tip well, it means you care about low-paid service workers, and therefore you should feel good about yourself. If you tip stingily, then you are a money-grubbing asshole who saves a few dollars and screws a hardworking, low-wage employee.

    2) When going out to a nice meal, or gambling for relatively big money, it seems trivial to give a few extra dollars. If you're in a $1500 buyin event (or possibly way more), what is the difference between $3 and $5? If you even spend time thinking about that, you're a cheap and insensitive asshole.

    3) We have somehow learned to accept the fact that, if we anger a service employee, they have a right to punish us, such as spit in our food.

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    However, none of the above passes the sanity check.

    Here is the reality:

    1) While there are a few exceptions (such as low-end diner waitresses), most tipped service employees make good money. Some, in fact, make over $100k per year. Many of these workers make more than teachers, engineers, mechanics, and other highly skilled professions requiring years of training and/or expensive schooling. Therefore, the "I need to tip them well, this is how they survive" argument fails. It definitely fails in this case, where these girls are getting $5 per bag dropped off, and are dropping off as many as 6 at a time!

    2) The amount you are paying to enter the event is irrelevant. This type of thinking is what makes so many gamblers go broke. "I just lost/won $4000 gambling, so who cares about $15?" The problem is that all of this adds up, and it eventually bleeds into your entire attitude towards money. It is your business how you want to spend your own money. Even if you want to spend $10,000 entering an event, that does not mean that you need to overtip food runners bringing you food while you're playing. By that logic, you should also pay twice as much as the non-gamblers for your meal during the dinner break! Wasting money is wasting money, regardless of the way you spent before.

    3) The 20% tip is a relatively new thing at restaurants. It has progressed from 10% to 15% to 18% to 20% over the last few decades. Now, that's fine, because servers at restaurants are very interactive and spend a few hours on you (albeit not constant, but they are coming by your table to do things several times in that period). Someone dropping off food is not the same thing! This is especially true if the person dropping off the food is just walking a short distance, as opposed to something like a food delivery guy who has to drive your order to your house AND pay for his car expenses incurred when doing so. Therefore, a 20% tip for these food runners is WAY TOO HIGH.

    4) If you still feel guilty about tipping $3 instead of $5 to these food runner girls, take the other $2 and hand it to a person cleaning the bathroom or doing some other unpleasant job for ACTUAL minimum wage (with no tips!) They will need it and appreciate it much more, and there you will ACTUALLY BE HELPING a poor person, rather than helping some stuck-up twentysomething buy a designer purse.

    If there's any demographic in our society that does NOT need charity, it's a young hot chick. Hot chicks under 30 pretty much get the world handed to them -- or at least as long as they remain young and hot. As I said, it's much better to tip the 55-year-old Mexican bathroom cleaner than the 23-year-old All American Dave's food runner who might clear $100/hr in tips.

    Or... to put it simply, ask yourself, "Why am I really tipping this much?"

    1: stop bringing up teachers, as i've already pointed out that a teachers wage is based on tax revenue, and our politicians would rather spend money on war and not education. So the teacher thing, is a moot fucking point. Mechanics and engineers, i'll agree with. Well, not engineers, because I don't know a single fucking engineer (and i see a lot of them at my job as i am constantly dropping off drawings to clients who are....engineers!) who isn't making decent money at his job. And further more, an engineer is lucky to have his job, in fact, anyone is lucky to have their job in the field they went to college for these days. I'm 30, i know plenty of people who work shit jobs because they couldn't find a job in their field because GUESS WHAT! in 2008, when my high school class (04) was graduating college, the economy collapsed and we were left with shit. But i'm willing to agree with you on the mechanic bit. I believe my mechanic is worth way more than the xamount an hour i pay for service.

    2. your second comment that's bolded, is typical Druff. how do you know what these girls need? You like to state your OPINIONS as facts. so please, back that up with a statistic. Because the way I see it, EVERYONE needs money. Especially a 30 year old, who probably has debt because our economy has failed us. You're lucky, you're over 40, you're one of the last generations who was able to get a decent job out of college. My generation, not so much.

    So before you go shitting on people, think about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerAndPoker View Post
    ^^^^ - The main point is not whether these girls can use money because I agree practically of us can but these girls have stuff handed to them on a silver platter. A job like being a food runner for All American Dave making $100 an hour is an easy living along with other waiting/service type of jobs (and tons don't involve stripping so lets not go there).

    Giving the extra $2 away if you feel obliged to do it to someone who cleans toilets or some other grunt work job that you know don't get paid much isn't a bad idea.

    It's not to say the food runner girl can't use that money too but typically the person busting their ass making much less then the server girl could probably use it more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daly View Post
    Maybe it's me but I think we are taking the whole "waitress making $100 a Hr" thing a little too far. I could see them clearing that for 1-2 hours during lunch/Dinner for the 2 months that is the wsop, but what about after that and what about at 3 AM?

    That's not to invalidate most of the points being made here.
    They aren't open at 3:00 a.m. homie. They all make more than 100 dollars an hour homie. (Unless Dave is a true pimp and doesn't let them hold cash)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Daly View Post
    Maybe it's me but I think we are taking the whole "waitress making $100 a Hr" thing a little too far. I could see them clearing that for 1-2 hours during lunch/Dinner for the 2 months that is the wsop, but what about after that and what about at 3 AM?

    That's not to invalidate most of the points being made here.
    I agree with your general outlook in this thread.

    Girls are maximizing their opportunity during a short period. If it wasn't a plus plus situation some migrant Mexican would run your food.

    Comparing engineer & mechanic's salary to a service worker is apples and oranges. It is as retarded an exercise as comparing an NFL cornerback's income to a dentist. This is not how the world works. Entertainment and service is quite different than most people who are a cost of sales, for instance.

    Engineers & mechanics are an expense. They are tools. Maybe sophisticated tools. They don't affect me personally. I can elect not to purchase their resulting product

    Service workers can have a huge impact on my happiness during the course of my day. It really is of no concern to me how much they make annually and how that compares to others. All I fucking care about is me. Am I happy? Can MY experience be more pleasant. I will pay for that.

    Jerk me around and I will derive a different pleasure by making it my mission to fuck up your day too. I win either way.

    Those All American Dave girls don't have change? I have a feeling I am being hustled? Tell you what, come back when you have fucking change and I'll tip you then. You get zip now.
    Still incredibly pissed that you didn't credit me with your Drexel is cmoney post. Like not even in the bibliography??? This stuff has happened to me from day one around here but I did not expect it from you. For example this thread... only a couple weeks ago I posted about my love for undertipping hot chicks while over tipping ugly or old broads. E.g. Goldcoast breakfast buffet.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sanlmar View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    The problem with our tipping culture exists on a few levels:

    2) When going out to a nice meal, or gambling for relatively big money, it seems trivial to give a few extra dollars. If you're in a $1500 buyin event (or possibly way more), what is the difference between $3 and $5? If you even spend time thinking about that, you're a cheap and insensitive asshole.



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    2) The amount you are paying to enter the event is irrelevant. This type of thinking is what makes so many gamblers go broke. "I just lost/won $4000 gambling, so who cares about $15?" The problem is that all of this adds up, and it eventually bleeds into your entire attitude towards money. It is your business how you want to spend your own money. Even if you want to spend $10,000 entering an event, that does not mean that you need to overtip food runners bringing you food while you're playing. By that logic, you should also pay twice as much as the non-gamblers for your meal during the dinner break! Wasting money is wasting money, regardless of the way you spent before.
    Thread has me thinking, which is rare lately.

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    would consider myself a reformed Orthodox Jew.

    When I was younger I was an engineer type and later a salary man with a bonus.

    My parents were frugal "save for tomorrow" types and I ran with that example. I was a cheap fuck. I denied myself a lot of pleasures and built some savings.

    (The best part is I lost all those savings in my first stab at trading).

    Perhaps I was a bit cocky and thought I was smarter and harder working than the competition. Didn't really invest much in my relationships. Thrift, smarts and industry will prevail. The Orthodox Jew meets the Puritan work ethic. It's bullshit and small time thinking.

    Had buddies who would splash around with their money and lived. Mixed it up with others. I paid attention.

    Ten years go by. Who do you think was winning? The Jew? Nope. The Jew was small time.

    We now know poker players over the long haul are working a fixed income or return. So many BB/1000 hands.
    Druff recognizes this and manages accordingly, I guess.

    "They" were the guys who bought the rounds, treated you to golf at the club and had favorable relationships with those they did business with and generally won life.

    People once described people who lived your ethic as being "a child of the depression". Hanging up wet paper towels to be reused. Clipping coupons. Using all that energy to manage limited or finite resources.

    Use that energy and resources to mix it up with those around you.

    I just paid $1700 for service on a Ford Explorer. I thought I had a transmission problem. Turned out to be holes in the radiator and a cooling hose through firewall that subsequently caused transmission to overheat.

    I tip the mechanic at the Ford dealership I always frequent. I always try to get the same guy. I walk in there and they know me. Mechanic takes a moment to talk to me about the truck or Red Sox. The dealership agreed to invoice my business so I get 30-60 days to pay. I think I have a relationship.

    I feel like something special when I walk in there - so if nothing else, I am happy. Lol, $40 on a $1700 bill.

    Relationships, a happy attitude, share a bit of the wealth. It's a personal battle I fight every day. It really is not how I am wired. It's hard to fight your upbringing and childhood. At my core I am a cynical, cheap, loner (without a gun permit).

    It takes courage to splash around a little with money and relationships. If you think you're a smart guy you'll survive a setback.

    Would love Drexel or cmoney's philosophy or take. Anyone else for that matter.
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    Good post.

    The percent any individual tips, whether it be at a restaurant, a casino or for food delivery is an individual's choice. I always use the 20% benchmark when dining out, assuming the service was good. I will tip 25% if the service is extraordinary and or the server goes the extra mile.

    I don't punish servers for kitchen mistakes as long as they communicate to me what ever issues occur. I also don't "make servers run around constantly" throughout the meal.

    As I posted, to me $3 in my opinion is a more than fair amount for a usually 30 second transaction, in which at most 5 minutes maximum was required of there time to drop off one bag among many.

    As another poster mentioned, it's highly fathomable that these young ladies make $50 if not more per hour!

    A first year teacher in Nevada (college graduate of course) make a little over $20,000 a year! It's little wonder Nevada has a shortfall in teachers. How could anyone live of that?

    I only make that point because it's evident how flawed our society has become regarding tipping. Of course an extra $2 won't hurt me. But as I have gotten older, I tend to evaluate things different and make financial decisions differently than when I was much younger.
    All good points, and there's another dynamic that we should touch on here... when I'm at a poker table, all that good will I'm preaching goes right the fuck out the window.

    I rarely tip dealers these days and when I started playing, I toked _everyone_ .
    For your sake I hope you are playing in a snatch pot house game or being dealt to by the owner of a game. Those are the only excuses to not tip a poker dealer... unless she's hot. I always stiff hot chicks regardless. Especially hot poker dealers. They always get out half the hands and idiots blow them up.

    If you are actually not tipping some schlub humping a min wage job just kill yourself.

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    4) If you still feel guilty about tipping $3 instead of $5 to these food runner girls, take the other $2 and hand it to a person cleaning the bathroom or doing some other unpleasant job for ACTUAL minimum wage (with no tips!) They will need it and appreciate it much more, and there you will ACTUALLY BE HELPING a poor person, rather than helping some stuck-up twentysomething buy a designer purse.
    This is spot-on. Makes me sad that I'm literally the only person I've ever seen tip the people who sweep up trash and pick up empty glasses at the tables. Ashamed that I don't go out of my way to tip these people more often.
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    This is spot-on. Makes me sad that I'm literally the only person I've ever seen tip the people who sweep up trash and pick up empty glasses at the tables. Ashamed that I don't go out of my way to tip these people more often.

    Last night I was at the palazzo with Traderusky. I got $40 in singles and handed $2 each to every porter on the floor I saw cleaning ash trays and trash as well as the gentleman cleaning the men's room until all the singles were gone.

    Of course I can't do this every time I enter a casino but the one most important lesson I will take from this is that I will definitely start tipping $3-4 every trip to those under paid workers who really do need a little extra and appreciate it.
    Generosity is null and void when you brag about said generosity.
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    QUOTE=BeerAndPoker;546588]Hot grill who is cleaning up with tips looks at you and might say thanks with a fake smile thinking "cheapo didn't give me a fiver" since you give her $3 while you make someones day who normally don't receive tips by giving them one for doing a harder/dirtier job.

    I like it.

    In some restaurants the servers have to give a small percentage to the cook and in others they don't have to give a dime. If a cook makes an amazing meal you loved they should receive part of the tip. I could tip the girl normally and then hand her a few extra bucks telling her to make sure the cook gets this but the reality is I bet she just sticks it in her pocket 90% of the time never paying the cook.[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by LarryLaffer View Post
    LoL you guys have literally been talking about this since last year.

    http://pokerfraudalert.com/radio/rad...6-15-47-55.mp3

    2.13.59 mark or a little before. YOU GUYS ARE TALKING ABOUT THIS EXACT THING ALMOST WORD FOR WORD.

    how is it I can search the archives, for a prank call (I love those) and find this. really.

    Literally no one had ever read one of your posts.

     
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    The part that blows my mind the most is that they have a poker kitchen. They also have tons of restaurants a seven minute walk away. Hell, you can even walk your ass right out back and order for yourself tip free. Even more than that, they allow you a backpack to actually bring a premade meal right into the casino. You don't even have to hide it. As much as I get off on the fact of hearing about guys lowballing hot chicks I can't get over the fact that they really deep down don't feel that five dollars is a fair price for the convenience of not missing a single hand while the food is being delivered to you.
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    Drexel let me ask you like this. Imagine All American Dave's didn't exist. Imagine your only quick option while playing was the poker kitchen. If the poker kitchen offered you a service where you could have the food delivered to you so you didn't have to stand in line and didn't have to miss a hand for a nominal fee would you take advantage of it? For the sake of arguing let's say they tacked on a 5 dollar fee. (No tips allowed) would you pay it?

    Something tells me you would pay 10 for this convenience. Maybe even 20.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brittney Griner's Clit View Post
    Drexel let me ask you like this. Imagine All American Dave's didn't exist. Imagine your only quick option while playing was the poker kitchen. If the poker kitchen offered you a service where you could have the food delivered to you so you didn't have to stand in line and didn't have to miss a hand for a nominal fee would you take advantage of it? For the sake of arguing let's say they tacked on a 5 dollar fee. (No tips allowed) would you pay it?

    Something tells me you would pay 10 for this convenience. Maybe even 20.

    I can't believe I'm agreeing with you here...but yeah the Jewness by Drex and Druff itt is amazing. God forbid tipping 20% for a service that you can order good food and have it delivered straight to your table......which of course noone else offers. THEY DONT DESERVE IT LOL

    I have to imagine Dave was gritting his teeth while writing that response to Zod.

    Again, like I mentioned earlier, its not hard to have a few ones on you. Its not like Dave's is a fucking impulse purchase. You have the day planned out. "I'm playing the 3pm tmrw, gonna order dave's...don't wanna tip too much, shit i better stop and buy a pack of gum and get some ones". Easy way to avoid all problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizzmoney View Post

    I was a delivery pizza guy in high school. The owner always made it a point for me to carry proper change when I made deliveries, and usually would give me $100 in "petty cash" - 2 $20s, 1 $10, 5 $5s, and 25 $1s - each day before I would start making my deliveries. He would also ask me if I needed a change reload after a few orders so that I'd have this covered when seeing customers.

    I mean, you learn this shit playing "Monopoly".

    I am also surprised Dave doesn't have them walk around with a credit card swiper they they can attach to their cellphone via the headphone jack (i.e. LevelUp) but I can see him as a small business not offering this as it does cost money.....but can be super convenient for the customer and the employee alike.

    The only thing I suggest to Drexel, and granted this responsibility SHOULDN'T fall on you but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do, is to break a $20 with a server or something before you order and have change on your person before hand. Granted, I am a labor guy and always try to be proactive and make things as easy as possible on the server b/c as a guy who has worked in food service (which sucks), I know that awkward situations like this happen more than it should.

    Dave REALLY needs to have his runners have cash change on hand...it's unprofessional IMO they don't....but in the end these are young girls, and young girls are pretty stupid when it comes to money.
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    At my pizza place my drivers typically get better tips compared to other delivery places. The reason is they are trained to deliver better service. My drivers know that all deliveries to hotels or to a business are to automatically to include utensils, napkins, paper plates, cups, cheese and peppers. Additionally every driver keeps a supply of those items in their car at all times just in case a residential customer should need them. Customers appreciate not having to ask and knowing with confidence that they will receive everything they need to enjoy their meal. Nothing worse than ordering a salad and then having to wait 20 minutes for a driver to return with a fork. One of my drivers is so good that a customer called me and told me that the first time he ordered to his business, he mentioned to the driver that he wished he had asked for some ice to keep his drink cold. Ever since then when he orders this driver brings him a bag of ice even though he has never asked for it when ordering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gut View Post
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    Drexel let me ask you like this. Imagine All American Dave's didn't exist. Imagine your only quick option while playing was the poker kitchen. If the poker kitchen offered you a service where you could have the food delivered to you so you didn't have to stand in line and didn't have to miss a hand for a nominal fee would you take advantage of it? For the sake of arguing let's say they tacked on a 5 dollar fee. (No tips allowed) would you pay it?

    Something tells me you would pay 10 for this convenience. Maybe even 20.

    I can't believe I'm agreeing with you here...but yeah the Jewness by Drex and Druff itt is amazing. God forbid tipping 20% for a service that you can order good food and have it delivered straight to your table......which of course noone else offers. THEY DONT DESERVE IT LOL

    I have to imagine Dave was gritting his teeth while writing that response to Zod.

    Again, like I mentioned earlier, its not hard to have a few ones on you. Its not like Dave's is a fucking impulse purchase. You have the day planned out. "I'm playing the 3pm tmrw, gonna order dave's...don't wanna tip too much, shit i better stop and buy a pack of gum and get some ones". Easy way to avoid all problems.

    Well he maybe took it more seriously than you think. He did tweet out shortly after looking for girls. Drexel could have got the girl fired. They aren't like the cocktail gentleman that could give two shits what they interrupt. I felt bad for some of these girls as they stood behind Euro's that were in their typical Euro endless tankings.
    Take me down to the Parvati City where the reps are green and the girls are pretty. Take me home.

    STILL the most posts deleted. STILL the FBI is harassing me. STILL double the reputation of any poster. STILL quadruple the rep/post ratio of any poster. STILL BGC.

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    Generosity is null and void when you brag about said generosity.
    Oh shit, guess I'd better hunt down those porters and bathroom attendants and demand my money back. "Sorry, I 'bragged' about giving you a couple dollars on the Internet so now my gift is NULL AND VOID, gimme back the loot fucko."

    I understand that generosity feels cheapened by bragging, especially when bragging to the beneficiary of one's generosity. But I think the benefits of encouraging others to give to an under-tipped, over-deserving group of people outweigh the slightly bad look of bragging about being charitable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LarryLaffer View Post
    and also, id ship the $30 on paypal for video of you delivering food at the WSOP.


    it'd be like a hybrid of the show UnderCover Boss
    I'm not joking.

    If someone wants to pay me $30 to deliver 6 bags from All American Daves to players in the series, I will do it, provided I'm already down there.

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    BGC, did I pull a Led Zepplin and steal your original material?

    Impressed if you scooped me.

    I will direct Druff to ship $7.50 to you to settle this out of court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanlmar View Post
    BGC, did I pull a Led Zepplin and steal your original material?

    Impressed if you scooped me.

    I will direct Druff to ship $7.50 to you to settle this out of court.
    Trump never settles. Fuck the basterds..

    Go trump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by LarryLaffer View Post
    and also, id ship the $30 on paypal for video of you delivering food at the WSOP.


    it'd be like a hybrid of the show UnderCover Boss
    I'm not joking.

    If someone wants to pay me $30 to deliver 6 bags from All American Daves to players in the series, I will do it, provided I'm already down there.

    TBH, since ive never been to vegas, so I don't know really what a $25 dollar bag of food would look like, i have to ask: How big is the bag of food? how much food do you get for $25. can someone snap a pic?
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