“I became a conservative by being around liberals and I became a libertarian by being around conservatives. You realize that there’s something distinctly in common between the two groups, the left and the right; the worst part of each of them is the moralizing. On the left, you have people who want to dictate your behavior under the guise of tolerance. Unless you disagree with them. Then the tolerance goes out the window. Which kind of negates the whole idea of tolerance. That’s the politically correct moralizing. Then when you become a conservative, the other kind of moralizing comes from religion. But if you remove both of those from the equation, what you’re left with is libertarianism.”—Greg Gutfeld. (via libertarians)
Food runners make more than bussers in our tip pool, but it didn’t used to be too much more. In our point system, bussers received .35 of 1 server point, while runners earned .4. In essence, runners made 5% more than bussers in tips. However, bussers work longer hours and make up the difference in hourly wages.
The tip pool was just renovated at work, and now runners receive 10% more than bussers. I made $16 more as a runner last night than I would have as a busser.