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"Yes. Twenty percent minimum, no matter what. A general rule of life is never let 'them' turn you into one of them. [Someone in a bad mood, for example.] That's not me. I wouldn't let someone else's darkness turn me into someone I'm not.
CCW Sidewalk Poll : Do you have a tipping philosophy in restaurants? 111313 SPEAKINGOUT 1 Capital City Weekly "Yes. Twenty percent minimum, no matter what. A general rule of life is never let 'them' turn you into one of them. [Someone in a bad mood, for example.] That's not me. I wouldn't let someone else's darkness turn me into someone I'm not.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Story last updated at 11/20/2013 - 5:14 pm

CCW Sidewalk Poll : Do you have a tipping philosophy in restaurants?

"Yes. Twenty percent minimum, no matter what. A general rule of life is never let 'them' turn you into one of them. [Someone in a bad mood, for example.] That's not me. I wouldn't let someone else's darkness turn me into someone I'm not.

- Gary Vetesy, mapmaker

"I always overtip. I always have. It's wise."

- Kyle Finney, self-employed

"Not really. Twenty, 25 percent because it sucks working in the service industry. People who depend on tips usually tip better."

Dustin Indendi, videographer for state legislature, karaokeist at The Viking

"I tip. I go to the same places all the time and order the same stuff all the time, so I tip the same all the time, but there's no particular rule to explain it."

- John Hutchins, assistant attorney general


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