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Samurai Mama, which New Mexican readers might remember was the name of her column for the paper. (Was that the '90s, the '80s, or both?)
Here's the most surreal thing I've found in my Junk Mail folder lately:
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I hope this isn't some secret code to activate some terrorist sleeping cell.
I wanted to post a link to a site Helen told me about where waitresses from across this great nation posted the names of bad-tipping customers. However, the site seems to be down. (Hint: If you're going to stiff a waitress, don't pay the bill with a credit card.)
I notice it was just named Web Site of the Week by The Boston Phoenix, so maybe their server got overloaded.
From the Phoenix:
it is downright fascinating to hear about the relentless waitress-badgering that comes from, say, Rudy Guliani or Sharon Stone. Among those notorious for being poor tippers are Kathie Lee Gifford, Pat Sajak, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Anthony Kiedis (who allegedly left a sub-dollar pile of change at a café in Grand Rapids, Michigan). Even Boston’s own Steven Tyler is a well-known “10-percenterIn case it comes back to life, here's the link to BitterWaitress.com