Good thing they literally wrote that, “...I do actually tip I just hate having to.”
It’s especially weird with American Chinese food. Almost nothing about it is authentic, so why do you care if a Chinese person made it? It’s not like they’re making dishes they would’ve made in their homeland, they’re making heavily bastardized, Americanized versions of those things.
There is being generous, and then there is just being plain stupid and being taken advantage of because some people tricked you into thinking that tipping $50 because someone poured you a glass is a thing you should do. Tipping the server $5 bucks instead is perfectly reasonable.
except it is 99.9998% safe and Uber’s 1.3 billion rides is more than all airlines in the same year at only 1 billion. Source: https://www.bts.dot.gov/newsroom/2018-traffic-data-us-airlines-and-foreign-airlines-us-flights Read more
Totally disagree with the pushback over this ad. People like to excercise, it’s different than giving someone a vacuum. I would love a Peloton for Christmas! The fact that the woman is skinny should have NO BEARING on whether or not she should excercise. The guy is an actor (presumably not super succesfule) that ended… Read more
Hydrogen isn’t going to happen in the U.S. Hydrogen tanks in a moving vehicle are even scarier than a lithium ion battery, hydrogen leaks out of EVERYTHING because the molecules are so small, it’s much easier to deliver electricity to the end user rather than hydrogen, and you still have to go somewhere to fuel up… Read more