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2017-12-27 10:48:22 AM  
Paper Chase guys won't like this.
 
2017-12-27 10:58:50 AM  
Guests staying at one of the three monorail hotels - the Grand Floridian, Polynesian and Contemporary resorts - near the Magic Kingdom have already experienced the tighter security policies, which include the removal of the "Do Not Disturb" door sign. The markers have been swapped out for "Room Occupied" signs that will alert maintenance and staff that guests are currently in their rooms, but will not stop Disney staff from coming in.

Read "don't bother coming to Disneyland for your honeymoon, anniversary, or any other event in which you may have intimate relations."

In fact, you may as well not bother staying at a Disney resort at all. Your rights are curtailed more than you know when you're on their grounds, and it's just not worth the goddamned hassle.
 
2017-12-27 11:01:26 AM  
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2017-12-27 11:05:01 AM  

FormlessOne: Guests staying at one of the three monorail hotels - the Grand Floridian, Polynesian and Contemporary resorts - near the Magic Kingdom have already experienced the tighter security policies, which include the removal of the "Do Not Disturb" door sign. The markers have been swapped out for "Room Occupied" signs that will alert maintenance and staff that guests are currently in their rooms, but will not stop Disney staff from coming in.

Read "don't bother coming to Disneyland for your honeymoon, anniversary, or any other event in which you may have intimate relations."

In fact, you may as well not bother staying at a Disney resort at all. Your rights are curtailed more than you know when you're on their grounds, and it's just not worth the goddamned hassle.


Geez. If you need that much privacy for your intimate relations, you may need to rent a cabin out in the desert somewhere far from where people can hear the screams.
 
2017-12-27 11:07:26 AM  
Guests staying at one of the three monorail hotels - the Grand Floridian, Polynesian and Contemporary resorts - near the Magic Kingdom have already experienced the tighter security policies, which include the removal of the "Do Not Disturb" door sign. The markers have been swapped out for "Room Occupied" signs that will alert maintenance and staff that guests are currently in their rooms, but will not stop Disney staff from coming in.

Sweet... Just another reason to avoid Disneyland if I can. Fark that shiat. I put the 'Do Not Disturb' sign out for lots of reasons:
1. I want to sleep late, and I don't need housekeeping banging on my door at 8 am sharp.
2. I am only staying a day or two and don't want to have to pick my shiat up. If my underwear is sitting on the bathroom counter and my socks are strewn across the floor, that's my business.
3. I don't want my shiat stolen.
4. I may be planning on getting freaky with the little lady, and don't want to have to chase away a maid. Unless she's cute and wants to join in, but what are the odds of that?
5. I just plain don't want to be bothered.

I don't need housekeeping every day when I'm in a hotel, and I don't think I've ever stayed longer than 2 nights, so I don't really need them to come while I'm there. This puts the clincher on it, I won't stay at Disney's overpriced hotels.
 
2017-12-27 11:13:21 AM  

MrBallou: FormlessOne: Guests staying at one of the three monorail hotels - the Grand Floridian, Polynesian and Contemporary resorts - near the Magic Kingdom have already experienced the tighter security policies, which include the removal of the "Do Not Disturb" door sign. The markers have been swapped out for "Room Occupied" signs that will alert maintenance and staff that guests are currently in their rooms, but will not stop Disney staff from coming in.

Read "don't bother coming to Disneyland for your honeymoon, anniversary, or any other event in which you may have intimate relations."

In fact, you may as well not bother staying at a Disney resort at all. Your rights are curtailed more than you know when you're on their grounds, and it's just not worth the goddamned hassle.

Geez. If you need that much privacy for your intimate relations, you may need to rent a cabin out in the desert somewhere far from where people can hear the screams.


...and?
 
2017-12-27 11:14:48 AM  
Did they take off the door chains (or equivalents ) too?

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2017-12-27 11:18:12 AM  
Lets be realistic here. Disney hotels are far from ideal places for hosting an orgy. That's what the Double Tree is for.
 
2017-12-27 11:25:55 AM  

BalugaJoe: Paper Chase guys won't like this.


Was just about to post this....
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2017-12-27 11:26:15 AM  

Gaddiel: Lets be realistic here. Disney hotels are far from ideal places for hosting an orgy. That's what the Double Tree is for.


No man, Hampton Inn. If you're at DoubleTree they'll want to know why in the hell they're handing so many dudes cookies.
 
2017-12-27 11:28:55 AM  

Weng: Gaddiel: Lets be realistic here. Disney hotels are far from ideal places for hosting an orgy. That's what the Double Tree is for.

No man, Hampton Inn. If you're at DoubleTree they'll want to know why in the hell they're handing so many dudes cookies.


Not at the Orlando Double Tree.
 
2017-12-27 11:40:44 AM  

FormlessOne: In fact, you may as well not bother staying at a Disney resort at all. Your rights are curtailed more than you know when you're on their grounds, and it's just not worth the goddamned hassle.


You're renting a room from someone else for a few nights.  What "rights" do you really think you have?

/we stay at DisneyLand Hotels to -avoid- hassle
 
2017-12-27 11:49:49 AM  
Guests staying at one of the three monorail hotels - the Grand Floridian, Polynesian and Contemporary resorts


CSB: the Polynesian is where the Beatles officially ceased to exist, almost 43 years ago to this very day (12/29/74).

http://ultimateclassicrock.com/john-l​e​nnon-ended-beatles-at-disney/
 
2017-12-27 11:54:57 AM  

Vlad_the_Inaner: Did they take off the door chains (or equivalents ) too?

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That does not stop a hotel worker or a thief.
 
2017-12-27 12:04:57 PM  
I have nothing to base this on, but I wonder if this had less to due with Las Vegas and more to do with child sex trafficking. Numerous assaults have been reportedat the various hotels, and I'm getting the feeling something really bad happened.
 
2017-12-27 12:15:15 PM  
Coincedentally, however, the Disney staff are mostly film school trained, so if needed, they can offer tips on setting the scene.
 
2017-12-27 12:29:30 PM  
I usually travel with laptops and other electronic stuff and don't want to worry about the staff stealing it or worse not understanding what it is and freaking out because OMG LOTS OF WIRES.

Besides, if I'm just staying a day it two I don't need fresh towels.

Though I can imagine people do lots of stupid things to  hotel rooms.
 
2017-12-27 12:30:07 PM  

doctorguilty: I have nothing to base this on, but I wonder if this had less to due with Las Vegas and more to do with child sex trafficking. Numerous assaults have been reportedat the various hotels, and I'm getting the feeling something really bad happened.


Because the police can't enter a hotel room with a 'Do Not Disturb' sign on the door either?
 
2017-12-27 12:33:05 PM  

TedCruz'sCrazyDad: Vlad_the_Inaner: Did they take off the door chains (or equivalents ) too?

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That does not stop a hotel worker or a thief.


Yep:
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2017-12-27 12:33:26 PM  

Mikey1969: Guests staying at one of the three monorail hotels - the Grand Floridian, Polynesian and Contemporary resorts - near the Magic Kingdom have already experienced the tighter security policies, which include the removal of the "Do Not Disturb" door sign. The markers have been swapped out for "Room Occupied" signs that will alert maintenance and staff that guests are currently in their rooms, but will not stop Disney staff from coming in.

Sweet... Just another reason to avoid Disneyland if I can. Fark that shiat. I put the 'Do Not Disturb' sign out for lots of reasons:
1. I want to sleep late, and I don't need housekeeping banging on my door at 8 am sharp.
2. I am only staying a day or two and don't want to have to pick my shiat up. If my underwear is sitting on the bathroom counter and my socks are strewn across the floor, that's my business.
3. I don't want my shiat stolen.
4. I may be planning on getting freaky with the little lady, and don't want to have to chase away a maid. Unless she's cute and wants to join in, but what are the odds of that?
5. I just plain don't want to be bothered.

I don't need housekeeping every day when I'm in a hotel, and I don't think I've ever stayed longer than 2 nights, so I don't really need them to come while I'm there. This puts the clincher on it, I won't stay at Disney's overpriced hotels.


HOUSEKEEPING!
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2017-12-27 12:37:12 PM  

doctorguilty: I have nothing to base this on, but I wonder if this had less to due with Las Vegas and more to do with child sex trafficking. Numerous assaults have been reportedat the various hotels, and I'm getting the feeling something really bad happened.


I've no idea why you'd do sex trafficking at a Disney resort. Security there is rather high compared to pretty much any other hotel. You're not going to have johns pull in there- they have to show ID and explain their visit when pulling into the parking lots. It's expensive compared to similar hotels. A Motel 6 a few miles away will be cheaper and much easier if you have anything like that planned.

I'm not even sure that it's because of a LV-style attack- there's not that many rooms at those monorail resorts where you can even see the Magic Kingdom, and of those there's even fewer where you're going to be able to even begin to do anything to a crowd. Besides, the best time for such things would be during evening fireworks (lots of people crowding the hub and Main Street USA) and they won't be checking rooms then. This is going to be rolled out to every room on property, and the majority of resorts don't have line of sight into any park.

My guess is the Disney lawyers said "well, we need to do something to shore up security and show a good effort to protect people" and this is that something.
 
2017-12-27 12:37:39 PM  

doctorguilty: I have nothing to base this on, but I wonder if this had less to due with Las Vegas and more to do with child sex trafficking. Numerous assaults have been reportedat the various hotels, and I'm getting the feeling something really bad happened.


Roy Moore went to Disney World?

/before he won?
 
2017-12-27 12:38:24 PM  

FormlessOne: MrBallou: FormlessOne: Guests staying at one of the three monorail hotels - the Grand Floridian, Polynesian and Contemporary resorts - near the Magic Kingdom have already experienced the tighter security policies, which include the removal of the "Do Not Disturb" door sign. The markers have been swapped out for "Room Occupied" signs that will alert maintenance and staff that guests are currently in their rooms, but will not stop Disney staff from coming in.

Read "don't bother coming to Disneyland for your honeymoon, anniversary, or any other event in which you may have intimate relations."

In fact, you may as well not bother staying at a Disney resort at all. Your rights are curtailed more than you know when you're on their grounds, and it's just not worth the goddamned hassle.

Geez. If you need that much privacy for your intimate relations, you may need to rent a cabin out in the desert somewhere far from where people can hear the screams.

...and?


i think what MrBallou meant to say was "go on......"
 
2017-12-27 12:44:35 PM  

Mikey1969: Guests staying at one of the three monorail hotels - the Grand Floridian, Polynesian and Contemporary resorts - near the Magic Kingdom have already experienced the tighter security policies, which include the removal of the "Do Not Disturb" door sign. The markers have been swapped out for "Room Occupied" signs that will alert maintenance and staff that guests are currently in their rooms, but will not stop Disney staff from coming in.

Sweet... Just another reason to avoid Disneyland if I can. Fark that shiat. I put the 'Do Not Disturb' sign out for lots of reasons:
1. I want to sleep late, and I don't need housekeeping banging on my door at 8 am sharp.
2. I am only staying a day or two and don't want to have to pick my shiat up. If my underwear is sitting on the bathroom counter and my socks are strewn across the floor, that's my business.
3. I don't want my shiat stolen.
4. I may be planning on getting freaky with the little lady, and don't want to have to chase away a maid. Unless she's cute and wants to join in, but what are the odds of that?
5. I just plain don't want to be bothered.

I don't need housekeeping every day when I'm in a hotel, and I don't think I've ever stayed longer than 2 nights, so I don't really need them to come while I'm there. This puts the clincher on it, I won't stay at Disney's overpriced hotels.


All of this... Personally, if I am on vacation, it means I get to eat, sleep, shower and comport myself however I would like, within the confines of the law. Perfunctory knocking followed by entry is farking creepy. I have had many extended business trips. Every few days, I let housekeeping in to change sheets and towels and clean the bathroom. I don't want or need daily service.

With what Disney charges, it should not even begin to be an issue.
 
2017-12-27 12:52:57 PM  

bobug: Perfunctory knocking followed by entry is farking creepy.


somewhat on point, somehwat not......told the story before of when i was house hunting, how my realtor had that special access key or code, what the fark, the little magic box that sellers put on their door handle.  (i don't know how it works).

anywyas, he was showing me a house, said the codes are highly protected to avoid burlgars and shiat.  he's like, "plus, homeowners generally don't like being there when a prospective buyer wants to see the property.  I confirm they're not home, call the company, they shoot me the code, bam, I get to show sellers the home when no one's there.  And the best part?  I get to sniff allllllllllllllllllllll the panties I want."

i hope he was joking....
 
2017-12-27 12:54:26 PM  
I stayed in Vegas last month and despite declining service and having the DND on the door two housekeepers walked into my room and woke me from a nap. They apologized and left right away but it was still weird enough for me to report it to the front desk who seemed totally nonplussed.  In this context it suddenly makes sense, my room was on a high floor and overlooked the Strip.  But guests need to be told ahead of time or it just looks shady.
 
2017-12-27 12:56:42 PM  

TedCruz'sCrazyDad: Vlad_the_Inaner: Did they take off the door chains (or equivalents ) too?

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That does not stop a hotel worker or a thief.


The thief will move on to a room without an occupant.
Housekeeping will take the hint if they want to get tipped
 
2017-12-27 01:36:24 PM  
FTFA: "the hotel and its staff reserve the right to enter your room for any purpose including, but not limited to, performing maintenance and repairs or checking on the safety and security of guests and property."

So it's a wording change only?  Not like a little piece of plastic hanging from the door could stop them before.  Besides, if it's that important that nobody comes in AT ALL, you might want want one of those things they sell specifically for a traveler wanting that option.  Such as Addalock, DoorJammer, or Security Bar.
 
2017-12-27 01:41:01 PM  

zeroflight222: So it's a wording change only?


For regular rooms, basically.

For Disney Vacation Club, they're spinning it as a value-add. In Disney's timeshare, you would only get attention from housekeeping every few days, not every day (I can bore you with the specifics, but why?). Now all the folks staying DVC will get the trash removed every day. Which is nice, the trash cans are tiny and fill up surprisingly fast if you're eating in the room at all.
 
2017-12-27 01:53:38 PM  

zeroflight222: FTFA: "the hotel and its staff reserve the right to enter your room for any purpose including, but not limited to, performing maintenance and repairs or checking on the safety and security of guests and property."
So it's a wording change only?

Not according to this link in the Fox News story:
"(G)uests will be 'disturbed' at some point, as it will now be required that a Disney employee enter their hotel room at least once a day to ensure guest safety."
That's what makes me think it's not just about a Vegas-style spree shooting.
 
2017-12-27 02:02:32 PM  

rickythepenguin: anywyas, he was showing me a house, said the codes are highly protected to avoid burlgars and shiat. he's like, "plus, homeowners generally don't like being there when a prospective buyer wants to see the property. I confirm they're not home, call the company, they shoot me the code, bam, I get to show sellers the home when no one's there. And the best part? I get to sniff allllllllllllllllllllll the panties I want."


My understanding is that the codes are single-use and are only good during a specific window of time.  Otherwise, they're no better than the current eKey system that can open the lock boxes.

And while the system might deter some theft, the main reason they're being used seems to be because buyers' agents are increasingly showing up unannounced to occupied homes.  Which shouldn't be happening, since the occupancy of a home is typically listed in the private remarks of a listing that an agent can see.
 
2017-12-27 02:03:08 PM  

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It's the one in the chair looking towards the camera that gets me every time.
 
2017-12-27 02:10:28 PM  
So, Snowhite went fishing with the seven dwarves and came back with a red snapper type of adventure?
 
2017-12-27 02:15:27 PM  

FormlessOne: Guests staying at one of the three monorail hotels - the Grand Floridian, Polynesian and Contemporary resorts - near the Magic Kingdom have already experienced the tighter security policies, which include the removal of the "Do Not Disturb" door sign. The markers have been swapped out for "Room Occupied" signs that will alert maintenance and staff that guests are currently in their rooms, but will not stop Disney staff from coming in.

Read "don't bother coming to Disneyland for your honeymoon, anniversary, or any other event in which you may have intimate relations."

In fact, you may as well not bother staying at a Disney resort at all. Your rights are curtailed more than you know when you're on their grounds, and it's just not worth the goddamned hassle.


Reserve the right my ass, when you rent a hotel room you have created a temporary lease which, among other things grants the lessee certain rights including a "covenant of quiet enjoyment".  When Disney realizes their disclaimers about missing valuable etc are no longer worth the paper they are written on due to giving staff unlimited entry rights into your room , this policy will quickly go away
 
2017-12-27 02:24:10 PM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: Mikey1969: Guests staying at one of the three monorail hotels - the Grand Floridian, Polynesian and Contemporary resorts - near the Magic Kingdom have already experienced the tighter security policies, which include the removal of the "Do Not Disturb" door sign. The markers have been swapped out for "Room Occupied" signs that will alert maintenance and staff that guests are currently in their rooms, but will not stop Disney staff from coming in.

Sweet... Just another reason to avoid Disneyland if I can. Fark that shiat. I put the 'Do Not Disturb' sign out for lots of reasons:
1. I want to sleep late, and I don't need housekeeping banging on my door at 8 am sharp.
2. I am only staying a day or two and don't want to have to pick my shiat up. If my underwear is sitting on the bathroom counter and my socks are strewn across the floor, that's my business.
3. I don't want my shiat stolen.
4. I may be planning on getting freaky with the little lady, and don't want to have to chase away a maid. Unless she's cute and wants to join in, but what are the odds of that?
5. I just plain don't want to be bothered.

I don't need housekeeping every day when I'm in a hotel, and I don't think I've ever stayed longer than 2 nights, so I don't really need them to come while I'm there. This puts the clincher on it, I won't stay at Disney's overpriced hotels.

HOUSEKEEPING!
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Thanks for that.. It'll give me the chuckles all day. :-)
 
2017-12-27 02:26:51 PM  

Magorn: When Disney realizes their disclaimers about missing valuable etc are no longer worth the paper they are written on due to giving staff unlimited entry rights into your room , this policy will quickly go away



1)  landlord-tenant law and then hospitality/innkeeper law is highly, highly, extremely state specific, but.....

2)  innkeepers do have a right to inspect the premises.  there is a covenant of quiet enjoyment but it isn't like there's an ironclad, "thou shalt not enter the hotel room" right (depending on (1) above).  now, i've never to my knowledge had my hotel room entered, but when i was renting, i had 2 occasions where they had to do an emergency entry for a leaking pipe or some shiat.  they posted a letter on my door and another inside, citing the relevant state statutes, and the notice had the date/time, reason for entry, and duration of the entry and of course "you have to right to discuss the entry with the landlord, blah blah blah".

so i'm guessing that resort industry states such as FL, CA, NV and so on, where tourism is a major, major industry, have laws that are fairly landlord-centric.  if for no other reason than to create a duty to protect other tenants, even.  if Tenant A is operating a meth lab and Tenant B next door gets blowed up real good because the hotel failed to do its due diligence with regard to safety of the premises, the hotel is farked.
 
2017-12-27 03:41:43 PM  
Well I sleep naked and walk around the room naked so come on in. You will be scarred for life but that's on you. You took the sign away.
 
2017-12-27 04:06:56 PM  
This could turn out interesting for Disney.

When we travel, it's laptops, tablets, iPods etc, and stuff strewn about the room.  We put out the DND sign because we don't need service and don't want someone coming into the room so we've got to put everything up.  Yes I know that someone can come in and we not know it.  But at the same time.  Most maids are going to be more than willing to say whew, I can skip cleaning that room today.

It's not just the employee you have to worry about though when they are cleaning the room.  It's other guests.  What I have observed when staying in hotels is the maid keeps the room door propped open while they are doing their thing.  That lets anybody walking by see what's in my room.  It also lets anybody come back to the room and walk right in, acting like they belong there.  Are you betting that the maid checks ID to ensure that the person who walks in and grabs the laptop actually is on the rooming list for that room?  It's possible that the person is legit in the room and it's their stuff but they're not on the room list.

Or they are a thief who is bluffing their way into stealing things.

If Disney is going to insist on having an employee check my room every day, then by god have somebody standing in the hallway ready to pop their head in room while I'm standing right their with them.  Let them have their little terrorist checkup and mark me off the list.
 
2017-12-27 04:41:10 PM  

rickythepenguin: anywyas, he was showing me a house, said the codes are highly protected to avoid burlgars and shiat. he's like, "plus, homeowners generally don't like being there when a prospective buyer wants to see the property. I confirm they're not home, call the company, they shoot me the code, bam, I get to show sellers the home when no one's there. And the best part? I get to sniff allllllllllllllllllllll the panties I want."


Wow... that's the last thing I would be okay with, but that's me. I'd insist upon being there. But I trust a sum and total of maybe 5 people on this planet.
 
2017-12-27 04:55:05 PM  

TedCruz'sCrazyDad: Vlad_the_Inaner: Did they take off the door chains (or equivalents ) too?

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That does not stop a hotel worker or a thief.


Neither does a "Do not disturb" sign.
 
2017-12-27 04:59:26 PM  
Put your own sign on the knob... "Naked, enter at your own risk"
 
2017-12-27 04:59:42 PM  
*knock knock*

"Who's there?"

"Housekeeping"

"Hold on, let me put away my assault rifles and high explosives"

"Ok"
 
2017-12-27 05:27:24 PM  

fatalvenom: *knock knock*

"Who's there?"

"Housekeeping"

"Hold on, let me put away my assault rifles and high explosives"

"Ok"


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2017-12-27 05:28:34 PM  
I'm sorry, when I think Disney themed sex orgy, I do not think Snow White.  I'm thinking the Bacchus scene from Fantasia.
 
2017-12-27 05:49:13 PM  
On the other hand this great for guys that like to flash maids.
 
2017-12-27 06:06:06 PM  

Vlad_the_Inaner: TedCruz'sCrazyDad: Vlad_the_Inaner: Did they take off the door chains (or equivalents ) too?

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That does not stop a hotel worker or a thief.

The thief will move on to a room without an occupant.


Not if you are a pro.
https://www.wired.com/2017/08/the-hot​e​l-hacker/

Housekeeping will take the hint if they want to get tipped

Who tips maids?
 
2017-12-27 06:16:44 PM  
I've worked at a hotel.  I can promise that there will be enraged calls and visits to the front desk when employees barge in on guests.  IF they barge in on guests.  Hotel housekeepers aren't paid enough to put up with being screamed at by guests.  I strongly suspect this will become one of those "it's official policy but we hardly ever actually do it" things.
 
2017-12-27 06:30:24 PM  

BizarreMan: Or they are a thief who is bluffing their way into stealing things.


Disney keeps a log of who entered the room and with what card. In fact most better chains do the same.
Disney security will cross reference any property loss with who entered the room. Which on it self doesn't prove theft. But if that housekeeper/maintenance person gets 'dinged' on that algorithm more than once...they won't be working there much longer. They might get away with it once tho.
 
2017-12-27 06:41:57 PM  
CSB time? CSB time:

I've been walked in no less than 3 times in a hotel room with a DND sign up and only once were the entries by maids. The other two were by guests given the wrong room number and the right key to get into mine. I was sleeping and it was a drunk guy on one occasion, the other was when my partner and I were doing the disturbing things and an older couple with bags entered the room's foyer before realizing someone else was already in the room.

I've had things stolen from my room, work papers misplaced ( I would set out presentation printouts across the room and stacks would be knocked about).

There is no security of a little 6'x2' door tag anyhow. It would be nice to have decent courtesy by the hotel staff to least pretend they care about a guest's privacy and wish to go undisturbed during their stay. But it seems all they are doing is removig the veil of social construct at their properties.

/likes hotel rooms
//even motel rooms
///and the Holiday Inn
 
2017-12-27 06:51:13 PM  

TedCruz'sCrazyDad: Housekeeping will take the hint if they want to get tipped

Who tips maids?


I have, not all the time, but more frequently as I get older.
 
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