mallthus 5pts Like many, I waited tables in my day.The place I plied my trade happened to be around the corner from a television ministry.Every single day, we'd get the televangelists in for breakfast, lunch, coffee and pie, and dinner. Most days, they were polite and not overly demanding, although their penchant for lots of jewelery and eye watering amounts of cologne made us, collectively, question their thought processes. God help us when they had guests though. Let's order everything on the damn menu, ask heaps of questions (that I knew damn well they already knew the answers to), request customizations of every ilk, run up a huge tab, whip out your AMEX Centurion to pay and, then, leave a 5-10% tip (despite having received awesome service). And no, they weren't exceptionally unique in this practice...there were other groups we, as servers, hated as much, but it was their position as clergy that made their actions both ridiculous and especially annoying.