It’s a long drive from Seattle up to Anchorage, so I hopped on a plane. Last night my new friends (who I’m couchsurfing with) brought me along to Moose’s Tooth and we surprised Brian with a $500 tip!
Aaron’s Last Wish
3120 Pimlico Pkwy #142
Lexington, KY 40517
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You are tipping waitress, waiters, taxi drivers, etc. What about the factory worker, retail sales person, secretarty, etc. These are struggling workers also, Most times they make less than the workers that are tipped. True the tipped employees make less per hour but can make more per hour with tips included.
Not really a nice comment to make…you come across as greedy and petty. The man is just honouring his brother’s wish….and if the wish was a ‘great’ tip for the server, then leave it alone….not very respectful to his family.
i love that this guy acknowledged ‘love from beyond.’ or a gift or whatever…lol. THAT alone made this idea a really good one to me. i think it’s very cool you’re doing this. but i think the heart of your brother is waaay cooler for having thought of it in the first place. RIP Aaron…and carry on, Seth! you rock for making sure his last wish comes true. repeatedly.
Very nice thing you do Seth. not only does it make people incredibly happy and grateful but also leaves a great legacy and many many people now know of your brother, your family and the kindness this project bestows on others. Let Seth (and Aaron, in memorium) know how inspiring these actions are. Keep up the great work.
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