- Feb 27, 2008
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There was an article in the WSJ the other day about tipping and I was interested in what you guys thought about it. They traced the history of tipping and how it has become a birthright for almost every service worker in America. It got me to thinking there isn't a lot of service that I'm impressed with here in the US and I only tip in some cases because it's expected. Having come back from Europe recently I was surprised to see some professions were offended when a tip was offered, and when I thought about it I see why. Is tipping overrated?