Again, if they have a problem with how much they are getting paid, then they should take that up with their EMPLOYER, not the customer.<quoted text>
And I was a waiter 30 years ago, when I was in college. And 30 years later, minimum base pay for servers is all the way up to $2.65!!! Whoo-hoo!!! Imagine that--a 55-cent raise in 30 years.
What ARE all those selfish wait-staff crying about, anyway?? Shouldn't they be a *GRATEFUL* for the privilege of waiting on you for $2.65 an hour?? Some people can be SO selfish, can't they?? Ingrates!!
I never complained to the people we were transporting to the hospital that my pay wasn't what I thought it should be and then demand the patient tip me when we dropped them off at the E.R. I never threatened to crimp off their IV tubing or drop the joules on the defibrillator just because they weren't going to tip me.
Anyone who has a problem with their pay should take it up with their employer, NOT the customer.