hightipping priest

One of New York City's highest-tipping clubgoers is an Episcopal priest
Well, he also has a side business selling meds for hemophiliacs. "I work hard. I make good money. How I spend it, that's my business," said Fr. Gregory Malia, 43, who drives in often from his Pennsylvania parish. Once, he bought a"$35k" bottle of champagne at the club, which came with an auto-tip of $7k for the server, and he kicked in another $10k for the lady. Apparently, there's good Blue Cross money in hemophilia meds (and Blue Cross sued to get some of it back). New York Daily News
     Posted By: Chuck - Mon Dec 29, 2008

It's about time the catholic church started spreading some of the wealth!
Posted by kingmonkey in Athens, Ontario on 12/29/08 at 08:44 AM
Yeah, my bad. I see the title Father and just assume it's Catholic. So that means the catholic church still hasn't decided to start high-tipping yet?

How does he afford a 35,000.00 bottle of champagne?
Posted by kingmonkey in Athens, Ontario on 12/29/08 at 01:50 PM
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