Such a SAD state of affairs when restaurants are rewardingpatrons
for good manners andproper etiquette.......Emily Post is
On behalf of good and decent people every where,THANK YOU to Laura
King and her children, ages 2, 3 ,and 8!!!!!
And thank you to the restaurant!Perhaps other diners might consider
going to the management and leaving a few dollars to be used as a reward for
other diners whose children were well behaved. Maybe it could start a trend.I'm a grandfather now, and know there are times when children in
ANY family may be embarrassing brats. And a few weeks later, they can be
absolutely great.Children will be children, but maybe when they are
behaving well, we should let them --- and their parents --- know it.
To "one old man" and that is how we know that you are an uber
liberal.Why give the money to the management to deal with. Why not
do things yourself. If you see kids behaving well in a restaurant, why not ask
the parents if you can buy their kids a desert?Why leave your kind
acts up to others to perform? Even if you don't have money to spend on a
reward for well behaved kids, just complementing them and their parents can be a