Hope for Humankind: Delivery Guys Got Bigger Tips in the Blizzard
As the Not-So-Great Blizzard of 2015 bore down on New York, Seamless had a request for anyone ordering restaurant delivery on its website: Please tip generously. The service has made it easier than ever to summon General Tso’s chicken to your doorstep without making it any less miserable to bicycle through a snowstorm. If you're forcing someone to go out into a storm, you should be willing to accept slower service and give the heroic delivery guy a little something extra for the trouble. Have food-delivery ethics kept pace with on-demand technology?
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