I observed something Friday night at a chain restaurant that confirms what we have had threads before about. As I walked away from what I saw, I could not help but ponder why. There was a lot of shouting, screaming and arguing coming from one of the small sections of the restaurant that was not being used. (no, it was not a Baptist Board reunion) The meeting was several waitresses and their boss. These waitresses were having a knock down, drag out about who had to cover the shift starting at noon Sunday, not because anyone had to be anywhere, but because the majority of people coming in from church are the rudest, most demanding, and cheapest tippers of any other time or group during the week. I have known this for years because of the stories my daughter told me while working at a Chinese restaurant in college. I will not even mention what happens to some of these people's food. Anyhow, this being a known fact, why is the question. Why are born again Christians, that supposedly just left a service to worship the Lord, turned into a bunch of raving maniacs that set them apart from the world alright, but in the wrong direction? I have thought about this over and over, and cannot understand it. This is not a local phenomina, as I have observed it on trips, and once, it was even mentioned in a Sunday School lesson. What causes this? We should be the most understanding, gracious, kind and generous tippers of anyone else during the week. In fact, that meeting I mentioned at the first should be arguing about who gets to work the shift. Any observations appreciated.