We know that tipping is included in SBPDL. One of the most popular entries here (prior to the censoring by Google) saw people working in the service industry verifying the authenticity of the post with hilarious responses and first-hand accounts of niggardly gratuities left by demanding yet never satisfied Black patrons.
It is well-known that commandeering a PA system and jokingly stating that “All Black people must leave the store immediately” equates to a national scandal. The media pursues the culprit of such an impetuous statement with a Woodward and Bernstein mentality.
Well, combine these two stories and throw in a pizza and you get this:
An Apex woman who reported finding a racial slur printed on a pizza delivery receipt says she is getting harassing phone calls.
Carla Robinson ordered two pizzas Friday from Domino's Pizza near Ten Ten Road. She said when the pizza delivery driver left, her 10-year-old niece brought the receipt to her attention.
Robinson said the "N" word followed by "DON'T TIP" was printed on the receipt. She reported the incident and says she has since received more than a dozen harassing calls.
“They were saying basically the same stuff that was on the receipt. They were saying 'N-this, you got me fired, you did this, you did that,' just being real ugly to me, just being real mean,” Robinson said. “I’m thinking it is 2010, it's never good to do that. You can't do stuff like that anymore.”
Pat O'Leary, who owns the Domino's Pizza where Robinson ordered from, issued the following statement Sunday:
"I’m horrified this occurred. This was the action of a lone individual and it does not reflect my views. Upon learning of the incident, the general manager of the store fired the responsible person immediately. I have reached out to the customer and offered my sincere apology.”
CNN has jumped on this story with a righteous fervor usually reserved for Hurricane Katrina stories and turned this into yet another example of dogmatic racism evident in white people, especially those in the service industry who find themselves habitually stiffed by Black consumers.
One can only imagine the amount of money Carla Robinson will soon be rewarded if we but remember the $1.5 million dollar settlement a Black person received from a serious of racially charged debt-collection calls:
A debt-collection agency claimed that Allen Jones owed a meager $200 on a credit card bill, and they intended to collect it by any means necessary. Instead, it may end up costing them more than $1.5 million.
Over the course of a few months, Advanced Call Center Technologies of Dallas called Jones several times and left harassing and racist messages:
"This is your mother******* wake-up call you little lazy a** b****," WFAA reported a collector as saying in one message.
"Get your mother******* n****r ass up and go pick some mother******* cotton fields," said another collector.
The calls came at all times of the morning and night and allegedly included a sexual comment about Jones' wife. The worst part of the abuse is that Jones, who is African American, said he had paid the bill already.
"This shouldn't be tolerated. Nobody should have to experience what I had to experience," Jones said.
You must submit before Black Run America (BRA). Innocence is presumed at all times if one is Black, regardless of the severity of the crime or evidence proving their culpability; guilt is assumed immediately if the perpetrator is white and their victim Black. Regardless of the severity of the crime, public execution must occur.