fastfood resto hostage

March 1, 2007 12:10am CST
No, this isn't about anything near a hostage situation. Here is the real situation in our fastfood restaurants here in our place. You fall in line to order some food. A waiter takes your order. You pay for the food. And then take your food to a table. While you are eating, here is what happens. A person comes to your table. That person might be a young man or woman(maybe in his/her teens), or a person in his/her mid-20s or mid-30s. He/She then gives you an envelope asking for a donation to an organization I don't even know about. I'm cool with this and all, but the thing is, they wait for you to fill the envelope with money at a table adjacent or across yours. This is what pisses me off. I'm ready to give but what about a little decency here and give me time and space to eat. Then, you have no choice but to get some money out of your pocket. And then, the person gives you a smile and then walks away. As far as I could remember, I think the organization was for a music ministry or something like that. Does these orgs really have to do this stuff? Do you see this situation in your neighborhood?
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