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Hi, I'm Bakonforall. I'm not going to be doing much posting, but i might. i have a few ideas for comics and stuff that i am too lazy to make, so feel free to ask for some.

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#58 - Do others agree with this?  [+] (1 reply) 09/22/2016 on My Dilemma 0
#73 - jtdempsey (11 hours ago) [-]
I don't think it is really intentional, engineers these days are just usually pressured to design things to be cheaper to manufacture, and to do so as quickly as possible.

Also as a Engineering student I can tell most people are book smart, but almost nobody has any real world experience.
#72 - I"d never really thought about it.  [+] (13 replies) 09/21/2016 on Another Unpopular Economic... +7
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#131 - gelind (09/21/2016) [-]
but then the tips would be taken by the company and split among all workers evenly. Meaning your service would be terrible because they are not rewarded based on services rendered but just for doing their job.
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#408 - daniboyi (09/22/2016) [-]
It's not a reward, if you think it is mandatory.

A reward is supposed to be something special, not something you get, because it is a common thing.
You know how tipping should work?
Servers get paid enough to live on, not luxury, but enough to get food on the table and an apartment to live in. Any bonus they get is due to hard fucking work and being able to go up and beyond the required service. Not because they are average at their job.
#259 - anon (09/22/2016) [-]
Wasn't there some sort of study done where great service was generally only tipped 5% more than bad service?
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#181 - thesteenge (09/22/2016) [-]
How about this reward: Not losing your fucking job.
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#141 - vigilum (09/21/2016) [-]
As someone living in a country where tips aren't a thing.. That argument is fucking bullshit, you get fine service
Because if you're a shit waiter you get fired
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#136 - kinginthenorth (09/21/2016) [-]
I mean, getting paid a decent wage seems like a pretty good reward to me.
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#139 - gelind (09/21/2016) [-]
Ok, so lets say you are an amazing waiter/waitress right you do everything you can for the customers. You get a 20 dollar tip. Now your co-worker Dick McDickface, ignores his tables, grudgingly refills drinks, and gets a 2 dollar tip. Now youve earned 20 dollars on top of the pay, and dickface has earned 2 dollars. on top. Now these companies cannot pay you less than 8.10 an hour (well thats minimum were i live) but obviously that guy isnt going to have a job for to long if he keeps acting that way. But if all tips are just kinda stuck together and divided evenly now you get 11 dollars instead of the 20 you earned and Dickface gets 11 which is 9 dollars more than he desereves.
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#384 - comexx (09/22/2016) [-]
Or everyone could have a proper wage and keep the tips they've received.
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#509 - gelind (09/22/2016) [-]
It never has worked that way in the states really. It would be a hard change to enforce and it would indeed force them to raise the cost of food by the 15% that people normally tip. Either that or they collect the tips so they still turn their full profit. If they increase the prices then ppl will be less likely to tip. All in all the amount earned would be the same, you would be paying the same amount. This way people feel like they are doing a good deed though. Its all in the mind really
#159 - anon (09/21/2016) [-]
And then they get fired, because the service industry is high turn over and companies would rather fire some-one who sucks and hire some-one decent than deal with pissed off customers.

Like every other country. Why do you twats think that you have some sort of special insight. You don't.
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#151 - shaddyz (09/21/2016) [-]
or you just do it in germany, you tip if you liked the service
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#144 - kinginthenorth (09/21/2016) [-]
McDickFace is going to get fired pretty fast if the management notices that he's not working hard enough, because the management is now paying McDickFace more and expecting more out of it.
Being paid a reasonable wage would mean McDickFace would get fired for not living up to the standard and you'd still get tips if you were really exceptional.

Making tipping mandatory removes the "reward" part of it. If you dont do it, people think you're stingy, poor, sleezy, scum, etc. If you do it, it's expected and it's only a "reward" if it's above the expected minimum.
#152 - kapkap (09/21/2016) [-]
the restaurant is also making more money due to increased prices though
#16 - They're almost certainly following the theme of characters agi…  [+] (1 reply) 09/21/2016 on 12 years.. +6
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#28 - cyborgtick (09/21/2016) [-]
Oh god an adult violet. Like there wasn't already enough porn.
#19 - Who starts a formal letter with the word "So"? I…  [+] (1 reply) 09/21/2016 on Bill Doesn't Want Her To... +1
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#20 - lnyanchl (09/21/2016) [-]
Do Hillary supporters care for formality?

Yes, it does. Buzzwords.
#52 - Picture 09/20/2016 on bakonforall's profile 0
#85 - Picture  [+] (2 replies) 09/16/2016 on .44 shoots a gel block +1
#100 - mrfourtysevenman (09/16/2016) [-]
"Whered my fucking weed g-"
#111 - dgurevich (09/16/2016) [-]
Parrot's face afterwards...
#55 - Huh. Good point.  [+] (2 replies) 09/15/2016 on powers +2
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#56 - undeaddog (09/15/2016) [-]
Why thank you.
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#57 - fatminion (09/15/2016) [-]
bakonforall unless you teleport faster than gravity can take hold of you, then the force felt would be negligable. For instance, if you want to stay floating in the same spot without dipping 1 cm, then you'd have to teleport to the same spot about 21 times per second: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equations_for_a_falling_body