Saturday night my friend Buddy and I played one of our usual pub gigs at a bar here in Augusta, Maine. The downtown tree lighting was that night, so the bar was packed, and we did well (for us) on tips. BUT - There was one certifiably inebriated drunk there, and when we started counting tips, his $100 bill (folded inside his $20 tip) quickly floated to the top. He's a thirty-something very working-class guy, an affable bonehead, and a regular there. I took the C-note to the bartender/manager and said, "Look what your drunken friend did." And gave it to her to hold for him. The guys sitting at the bar were impressed that we were willing to part with the (again, for us) glorious tip. The way we left it was that if the drunk wants it back, he can have it. If he doesn't retrieve it (he hasn't yet), it's ours. It just felt like taking candy from a baby. And we like being on good terms with a friendly pub that likes our music. What do you think? Did we make the right call? Or did we squander a legitimate tribute to our musical genius? What would you have done?