Comment: Fee for large groups printed on menu. Pastor is repeat customer.

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Fee for large groups printed on menu. Pastor is repeat customer.

As I understand it, the server is taxed as if the customer paid a 15% tip

It must be based on servers gross credit card sales. Others can tell that tale from first hand experience.

An offer was made to serve. The service was accepted. Offer and acceptance. That's an oral contract.

Yes, the customer could have asked for a different waitress. The contract was voluntary and legal.

Basically, the customer is trying to justify her enslavement of another human being for the duration based on some alleged action regarding a god.

If the customer received No service, she would owe No tip.

If it was poor service, then a reduced tip is reasonable, under normal conditions. But the terms of service for large groups was in writing.

But no just servant deserves to be enslaved, IMO.

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