Weekend Links: Calling Out Bad Tippers

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I would waste way too much time on the street if all posted signs were as creative as this collection of tear-off fliers.
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Phil Rosenthal is the creator of the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. When he was asked to come to Russia and recreate the show for a new culture, he encountered many obstacles – such as the fact that the people hiring him didn’t like Everybody Loves Raymond. Luckily he had a camera crew capture the entire culture clash for our entertainment.
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The blog 15 Percent is one site you don’t want to see your name on – because it is designed as a place for people in the restaurant service industry to vent about subpar tips.
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My friend Gregg is terrified of fish – which means it's my life’s goal to invent ways to get him to look at pictures of fish. It’s quite a fun game. I can’t wait to show him a walking fishzilla.
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This has been a long time coming: the city of Cleveland has banned all its professional sports teams in order to stop the never-ending pain they cause. Surely this can’t be true, right? Well, no it’s not. But it’s funny. (And how about those Indians? 19-8!)
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The Villa Girasole is a house in Verona, Italy, that rotates throughout the day with the movement of the sun.
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Who needs Michael Scott anyways? We have “That’s what she said” computer software.

May 1, 2011 - 5:18pm
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