Tyler Segraves, a waiter at Red Lobster in Oklahoma City, decided to donate all of his tips from his shift to Tornado Victims. When he tweeted his plan the post immediately went viral. Told my last table I’m donating all my tips from today to the tornado victims. And this is what they left. #Blessed …
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