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Dear Non tippers, Imagine being a server at a restaurant that just sat a 40-person table. The table orders and you must keep up on refills and make sure everything alright with the order as it’s coming out. The big table leaves, and you are left with the biggest mess you have ever had in your life, but you worked hard and are waiting on the tip that the table leaves. As you are cleaning up, you see a couple dollars sitting on the table, so you put it to the side and finish cleaning, but as you finish, you don’t see anything else but four dollars. If it was just one or two people, you would be happy, but it was 40 PEOPLE and you worked your ass off and got FOUR DOLLARS. I bet you would be pissed because I know for a fact I was. If you can't afford to tip your server or driver,...
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I have been contact staff of teamviewer to seek help from to have my subscription terminated. I sent emails, made phone calls, even posted on teamviewer community. So far my request has either been rejected or ignored because of a condition stipulating an advance notice of at least 28 days in advance. I admitted I was a few days when I made my first contact regarding this. Yet I do not understand why there is this condition, which does not make any sense. Does it take 28 day to complete the paperwork when it comes account termination? I doubt it. And when teamviewer debits subscription fee, it debits the sum total for an entire year. And now the situation is that I am told that I have to make the payment for a service that I will not use anymore because it is too late to cancel the...
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I claim that money is a heresy. Money is a financial category and heresy is a religious one. How one may be the other? Heresy is a kind of false information. Money is also information, an information about economical relations. I claim that money is a false information (fake documents) and moreover money is a heresy. You either believe in God or in money, not in both. God is a nonprofit. (1Jn. 4:8) “God is love”. The word agape (“love” in Greek) also means “charity”, that is nonprofit in modern language. Nonprofit it is what makes utility not described by money. If you believe in nonprofits (including God), you believe that money is a false description of utility. You believe either in money or in nonprofits. If you don’t believe in nonprofit, you don’t believe in God.
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Dear Rude Customer, If you received this photo shown above, how would it make you feel? If you have children, bills, and whatever else your paycheck depends upon, how would you truly feel? Heartbroken? Failure? What am I going to do about these upcoming bills that must be paid on time? Yeah well, now you see how I feel. Seeing this made me feel like a complete failure, though it was not even my fault that the kitchen was backed up on orders and it took a while longer for your food to come out, I brought it out as soon as I could. What else do you want me to do about it? I cannot go into the kitchen and cook it myself. Also, just to let you know, the majority of my paycheck comes from tips. So those bills I have to pay, those children I am raising by myself, and the groceries I get to...
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This is in light of the your recently published article entitled "Wondering What Happened to Your Class Valedictorian? Not Much, Research Shows", which can be found here: http://time.com/money/4779223/valedictorian-success-research-barking-up-wrong/ It is undeniable that this article has a grain of truth to it. There are facts properly backed up by research, but what went wrong? Why am I here writing an open letter? First and foremost, I believe the title is completely misleading. What do you mean by saying that "nothing much" has happened to those academic achievers, while at the same time, also writing that "Nearly 90 percent are now in professional careers with 40 percent in the highest tier jobs. They are reliable, consistent, and well-adjusted, and by all measures the majority...
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The novel The Great Gatsby takes place in New York and is told by Nick Carraway, neighbor of Jay Gatsby, throughout most of the story. Jay Gatsby is a millionaire who lives extravagantly and throws grand parties every weekend. It is later revealed that he is in love with Nick’s cousin, Daisy, and that she is the whole reason for the parties in an attempt to impress her. Gatsby has Nick arrange a meeting with Daisy so that he may meet her. They soon begin an affair behind Daisy’s husband’s back, to which he soon catches on to the love that the two show for each other. Later, while the two are driving in Gatsby’s car, Daisy fatally hits a woman. The woman’s husband seeks revenge and shoots Gatsby dead, then kills himself. Tom uses his social status and physical strength to be able to...
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The Great Gatsby In my English class our teacher made us pick a classic and I picked The Great Gatsby because I had too. In the beginning I was having a rough time connecting and understanding the book. The more I read the book I thought of the American dream and what my American dream would be. For those who don’t know what The Great Gatsby is, it is about a millionaire, Jay Gatsby, who is unhappy with his life because he cannot be with the woman he loves, Daisy Buchanan. Nick Carraway, the narrator, is Gatsby’s neighbor and later in the book becomes Gatsby’s good friend. When Daisy and Gatsby were on their way back to Gatsby’s place, Daisy accidently hits and kills a woman named Myrtle. Gatsby’s love makes him protect Daisy and take the blame for the accident. When Myrtle’s husband...
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Dear Mr. Buffet First and foremost, I would like to say I admire your business acumen that I have viewed my entire 2nd half of my adult life. I am posting this letter as an open letter, I hope you don’t mind. I loved your idea with the Earned Income Credit being increased for the average income to be a living wage. Because of your concern for the masses of people, I am studying a problem that will affect hundreds of millions of people and the majority of people are not even being educated or aware. This is a problem that will affect people more than the 2008 economic collapse. The first half of my life, I wasn't too aware of who you were. I had a brief NFL career and was part of the statistics of being part of the 78% of athletes that will be broke in their first 2 years of...
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After seeing the long queues outside the banks and the post office , I was bit worried about the current scenario. There were many questions in my mind like "Are these 50 days enough for Our people to get there currency exchanged ??" or "Are the no. of banks in our country is enough to cater 125 Cr people?" or "Do we have any other Solution , by which we can accelerate the currency exchanging procedure ??" . I Think We have. India is the world largest Democracy, We have the highest no. of voters around the world and If we can manage So much no. of voters during Elections with the help of our Respected Teachers and Schools , Then I think in this need of hour We can ask them to Support the nation. As I have calculated that a school can easily cater 10k-20k (As per the Size of the...
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sir . i have been criticizing your political intentions since the day you took oath as a prime minister but somewhere deep down the line i had some positiveness towards you too , i thought you as prime minister you will definitely bring real change in this country and i am still sure you will be able to bring in changes , but i doubt your level of intelligence now after seeing the way you conducted your demonetization move .and i doubt you and your team level of intelligence for the national interest of the country .. i am scared whether my future is secured under your leadership .. i am just another guy who will like to ask you simple basics questions , i cant understand technicalities .. firstly ,why did it take three to five days for your ministry to understand that special...
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