SFR 302: A Disaster Waiting To Happen

–An amateur sleuth claims to have solved the Jack the Ripper mystery with the help of a molecular biologist.  Though many have celebrated the news, we think there are plenty of good reasons to stay skeptical for now.
–Philadelphia Eagle running back LeSean McCoy leaves a $0.20 cent tip on a $60+ bill as sherry_earth“a statement” against poor service. We talk about the societal norm of tipping, and how we would have handled this issue.
–Parents-to-be create a “bucket list” for their unborn, terminally ill baby, sharing the photos of themselves at sporting events, concerts, and around New York City on their Facebook page.

In Hour 2, we speak with Sherry Shriner, who has gotten a lot of attention on our Facebook page recently. Sherry claims to have fought off the Giants of Lima, battled NWO Death Squads, and kicked the ass of Lucifer himself. We ask her about speaking to the spirit of Joan Rivers, what the Bible codes say about ISIS, her thoughts on the anti-Christ, and much more! We feared this might be a disaster. Let’s just say you have to hear it for yourself.

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About Jason Korbus

Friend, family member, possible werewolf. I co-host Strange Frequencies Radio, blog at Confidential Korbus, and generally walk among the weird. When I'm not doing busywork, I can usually be found with my nose in a book, my eyes glued to a glowing screen, or my ears tuned to The Ramones.
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One Response to SFR 302: A Disaster Waiting To Happen

  1. Mark Baker says:

    The item on tipping is interesting. In the UK it is not set in stone to tip. If service is included then usually no tip. Pizza/food delivery, no tip. Very good service could get up to 10%. The attitude generally is resteraunts are very expensive. Adding tips on top becomes a joke.

    The other issue are the employers. They use 0 hour contracts. That is they make no guarantee of paying any wages. They will only pay when you are actually working. This time is defined differently from employer to employer. This gets around minimum wage law. If the waitress has children she gets money from the Govt to make up the pay difference so the employer gets a subsidy. Large tips would also subsidise the employer. The tax authorities assume everyone gets tips so taxes accordingly. At the end of the day the waiting staff can walk away with nothing. Customers do not tip as it is not the social norm. The employer however wins in every direction.

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