And I’m not talking about the time someone was literally slapped in the face by a tip jar. I’m talking about what tip jars have done to kill the act of tipping.
Some people seem to analogise scalping with flipping and this irritates The Ceej. So, as he’s wont to do, he wrote an article about it.
The Ceej has come across the money needed to make it big. What does this mean for you? Read it to find out.
The title is probably enough to convince you of Ceej’s point, but you should read the article anyway. Ceej does put effort into these things.
LycosMail has shown us a perfect example of what NOT to do when providing customer service.
Now the fallacy has a name, so I can call someone on it when they use it, rather than getting in the same old tired argument again and again.
Stuck at the downtown rescue mission, Ceej has a mission to survive. The parameters of this mission include escape from the mission. Confused? You won’t be after this episode of Ceej: A Mental Breakdown. ©2010 The Ceej
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