Second, write down the "first" lesson.
As the consumerist article says:
Check it out soon, because it probably won't stay up for long in its current form.
From the Blog's about page:
15 Percent is a blog documenting people, and companies who have never seemed to work in the service industry, or don't think to tip at least 15% on deliveries, and instead opt for 2 dollars on everything.
This is for all the people who have been handed $80 on a $78 order and told "keep the change". Thanks ass-hole. The posts are a vaguely poetic and concise commentary on the modern service culture. For example:
[redacted], apt [redacted] tipped me a whopping $0.50 to ride though a thunderstorm for him. Sometimes this gig makes me so misanthropic.Source(s) -> http://consumerist.com/2011/04/brooklyn-delivery-guy-calls-out-bad-tippers-on-his-blog.html
"Its not tipping I believe in. Its overtipping." - Vinnie Antonelli