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2012-12-30 02:10:02 PM  

silverjets: Fark it.

I'd drop the pizzas and the money on the ground and walk away. Let the robbers have it. Pizza Hut's products and their money is not worth my life.


THIS
Let the police do the dirty work (i.e., follow the trail of diarrhea back to the perps)
 
2012-12-30 02:14:37 PM  
Just a point, and without the police report we don't really know, but the article says "attacked", nothing about it being an attempted robbery. It coulda been some kids just looking for someone to jump. I've been beaten up before pretty bad and not robbed. At that point he's not defending company property, he's defending himself. What if you give a robber the money and they start beating you demanding more that you don't have? You have a right to defend YOURSELF.
 
2012-12-30 02:15:20 PM  
I don't think some people know what a tent pole is.
 
2012-12-30 02:15:23 PM  

here to help: jso2897: here to help: Well that's what he gets for being a slacker. If he had worked harder in life he wouldn't have had to deal with this. Don't blame Pizza Hut for standing by company policy.

This. While our society would cease to function in a New York minute if people didn't do menial jobs, we should still stipulate that those who do them should be paid and treated like shiat, as a demonstration of our superiority over them.

That's why we have to ramp up the pressure on illegals. You want those 3 sweet AMERICAN dollars an hour? You're gonna fookin' suffer for it you dirty Brownie Mcbrownan Brownstein Shabadabadoowahtser!


Well, we can't very well expect American labor to maintain the proper attitudes if they aren't reminded that they can be replaced by a third-world peasant any time they start demanding living wages or some other such communist nonsense.
 
2012-12-30 02:16:46 PM  
They were probably going to beat him in addition to robbing him. For fun. Five teenagers? Yeah.
 
2012-12-30 02:18:15 PM  

Begoggle:
There's a local place that has wings that will make you orgasm. And I don't even particularly like wings.


Nothing to do with TFA, but last weekend I was biatching about there being no good wing places in this town, so my buddy swung by and took me to this little hole-in-the-wall place in a strip mall. Had a 20 piece of something called "tactical nuke"

I don't think it was an orgasm as much as it was endorphin overload, but I was proven wrong in spades.

/just need to go out and look
//now back to your regularly scheduled thread
 
2012-12-30 02:18:54 PM  

dr-shotgun: However, it occurs to me that if you are indicating that you did not miss the reference, but simply dismissed it as being inadequate, that perhaps you're really attempting to cover for having actually missed the reference.

Why must you see so through me?


Well if you wouldn't stand in front of the x-ray machine...
 
2012-12-30 02:20:05 PM  

lewismarktwo: I don't think some people know what a tent pole is.


I have one in my car...and my shorts...would you like to see it? The one in my car I mean.
 
2012-12-30 02:21:10 PM  
Can he hire armed guards, as the execs would do?
 
2012-12-30 02:26:15 PM  

spawn73: JasonGriffee: So, what did the managers want him to do? Or am I missing something?

They wanted him to not carry weapons in the car. That he defended himself wasn't the problem, it was the weapon he brought with him for that purpose.

(I assume the only legit reason to carry a half tentpole in a Pizzahut car is as a weapon, although it sounds like a sucky weapon).


You know nothing of pizza delivery.  Do you really think a pizza franchise (Pizza Hut of Maryland) provides company cars for delivery drivers?

It was his car, not Pizza Hut's.  The tent stake was not in it to be a weapon; he must have gone camping recently.

He was punched several times.  He grabbed the stake to defend himself.  IDK if he would have been punched had he meekly offered up the pizza and cash.  Maybe he never got a chance to make that offer before being punched.  Given five unarmed teenagers, I suspect they punched while yelling, "Give us the dough - both kinds!"  His response was perfectly appropriate under the circumstances.

His employer has every right to say, "Give up our property" but no right to say, "Let yourself be injured or killed."
 
2012-12-30 02:28:07 PM  

thaylin: When do you ever need more then 20 on you? They dont accept 100s unless the bill is 80 or greater, or 50s unless 30 or greater, so you never need more then 20 on you.


And then the customer calls up and biatches that you wouldn't give them their pizza simply because they had a large bill. And the manager caves and gives them their food free. And tells you it's coming out of your salary- next time just take the $100 bill. Oh, and it's your ass if it turns out to be fake.

Not to mention there's the possibility of delivering two or more orders per trip, thus possibly needing $20 X [number or orders].
 
2012-12-30 02:28:09 PM  

tenpoundsofcheese: JasonGriffee: So, what did the managers want him to do?

NOT carry a weapon

Or am I missing something?
Yes, this wasn't about defending himself, it was about having a weapon.


A tent pole is not a weapon although it can be used as one. The same goes for many items found in a vehicle. The tire iron for example, not a weapon per se, but deadly.
 
2012-12-30 02:28:19 PM  
Humm, guess delivery drivers are the new atms
 
2012-12-30 02:29:09 PM  

Agent Smiths Laugh: lewismarktwo: I don't think some people know what a tent pole is.

I have one in my car...and my shorts...would you like to see it? The one in my car I mean.


"Pizza delivery guy beats off 5 men with a massive erection. Next on FOX New at 6."
 
2012-12-30 02:29:20 PM  

thecactusman17: This is why anybody delivering pizza should carry one of these:

/"We don't allow weapons for our drivers."
//"No problem. I only bring a flashlight with me on my deliveries."


So you think a big arse flashlight would not be considered a weapon while a fiberglass tent pole was considered a weapon?

Drove pizza's for six years of my youth and never got robbed. I think I looked so poor the criminals felt sorry for me.
 
2012-12-30 02:34:15 PM  

Moonfisher: Oh Pizza Hut. My husband worked there when we were very young. How do they consider a tent pole a weapon? Because he brandished it? So if he threw hot pizza at them, would that be a weapon too? Just handing over food and cash isn't always going to do it. We had a delivery driver hand over everything and they still knocked him down and kicked the crap out of him. I had pepper spray when I used to deliver for Little Ceasar's. No min wage job is worth that shiat.


Clearly, we must outlaw tent poles.
 
2012-12-30 02:37:24 PM  

Fuggin Bizzy: mover


You're supposed to tip movers??? sh*t...
 
2012-12-30 02:40:08 PM  
Its important to note that Pizza Hut doesn't own anything (TFA said it owned a few other fast food chains) Pepsi owns Pizza Hut and the other chains (why you cant get a farking Coke at any of those places). I will never purchase another Pepsi product from this point forward, and would urge others to boycott also. In light of this insanity, putting every last one of pepsi's share holders on the public dole is too good for them.
 
2012-12-30 02:40:38 PM  

fredklein: thaylin: When do you ever need more then 20 on you? They dont accept 100s unless the bill is 80 or greater, or 50s unless 30 or greater, so you never need more then 20 on you.

And then the customer calls up and biatches that you wouldn't give them their pizza simply because they had a large bill. And the manager caves and gives them their food free. And tells you it's coming out of your salary- next time just take the $100 bill. Oh, and it's your ass if it turns out to be fake.

Not to mention there's the possibility of delivering two or more orders per trip, thus possibly needing $20 X [number or orders].


And then you get your manager fired for breaking cooperate policy, seen this happen more then once.

as for your last statement the most you would need is 20-x + 20-y where x and y are the cost of the orders. If any order is greater then 20 then replace 20 with the next multiple of 20 over the order, you will never carry 40 (since 2 deliveries max is also corporate policy) and you always get manager permission to carry that much.
 
2012-12-30 02:47:57 PM  

thaylin: If any order is greater then 20 then replace 20 with the next multiple of 20 over the order, you will never carry 40 (since 2 deliveries max is also corporate policy)


Not in either of the places where I delivered.
Even just one run to the local college might be 3 or 4 separate orders.
 
2012-12-30 02:48:22 PM  

I Browse: Amos Quito: "Sam Swicegood was attacked on December 17th by a group of five teens... "

"Teens", you say?

If you were writing the story, what word would you use to describe them?



Everyone knows that the word "teens" (in the context of such an article) is a "code word" that almost always refers to strawberry blonde adolescent girls wearing My Little Pony sweat shirts and listening to Justin Bieber on their MP3 players.

Why not just come out and say so?
 
2012-12-30 02:50:38 PM  

thecactusman17: This is why anybody delivering pizza should carry one of these:

[images.knifecenter.com image 800x800]

/"We don't allow weapons for our drivers."
//"No problem. I only bring a flashlight with me on my deliveries."


You gotta be able to see the house numbers...hardest part of being a delivery driver.

/along with working while high
//and not eating the customer's pizza as a result
 
2012-12-30 02:52:35 PM  
Hard to tell from the article what exactly happened.

If it was a matter of "hand over the pizza and money" and he responded by grabbing a tentpole and going Jackie Chan then yes he's right to be fired. I've worked retail. The policy is ALWAYS hand over the goods, don't do anything to escalate the situation or impede the quick departure of the criminal. Insurance will handle the loss and your life isn't worth whatever cash is in the till and whatever crap it is you sell. Even when I was in the armed forces that was the policy. When I was out in the bush and unfortunate enough to pull weapons sentry my C.O. would say my job is to help the thieves load the weapons into their vehicles. The idea being anyone ballsy enough to sneak that deep into an army base to steal a weapons cache is going to be armed to the teeth and twitchy as all fark. If you try to go all John Wayne you're going to end up getting a shiat load of your people killed.

Now if it was a case of him actually being attacked first, and then defending himself then he's completely justified in defending himself.

As for the tentpole in the car issue that's a tough one. Does he go camping and just happened to have a tentpole in the car that he grabbed in desperation? Not to sound all ninja-force ITG here but pretty much everything is a weapon. I'm assuming that pizza hut delivery drivers use their own vehicles for delivery . If its anything like my car its probably past due for a cleaning and there's a lot of crap I could grab and defend myself with in a pinch lying about it.

Now if it's a piece of a tentpole  that he's modified specifically to be a weapon then yes they're justified in firing for the weapon thing.
 
2012-12-30 02:53:30 PM  

Agent Smiths Laugh: Ex-Texan: Corporate policy = "how many lights do you see?"

[4.bp.blogspot.com image 636x480]


undiscoveredcountryproject.com
THERE WERE FIVE FIGHTS
 
2012-12-30 02:54:00 PM  

tenpoundsofcheese: JasonGriffee: So, what did the managers want him to do?

NOT carry a weapon

Or am I missing something?
Yes, this wasn't about defending himself, it was about having a weapon.


A farking tent pole? Seriously? Jesus.....
 
2012-12-30 02:54:21 PM  

thaylin: fredklein: thaylin: When do you ever need more then 20 on you? They dont accept 100s unless the bill is 80 or greater, or 50s unless 30 or greater, so you never need more then 20 on you.

And then the customer calls up and biatches that you wouldn't give them their pizza simply because they had a large bill. And the manager caves and gives them their food free. And tells you it's coming out of your salary- next time just take the $100 bill. Oh, and it's your ass if it turns out to be fake.

Not to mention there's the possibility of delivering two or more orders per trip, thus possibly needing $20 X [number or orders].

And then you get your manager fired for breaking cooperate policy, seen this happen more then once.

as for your last statement the most you would need is 20-x + 20-y where x and y are the cost of the orders. If any order is greater then 20 then replace 20 with the next multiple of 20 over the order, you will never carry 40 (since 2 deliveries max is also corporate policy) and you always get manager permission to carry that much.


That's an impressive lack of fourth grade math skills.
You really do work at Pizza Hut don't you?
 
2012-12-30 02:54:25 PM  
- Twelve-gauge. You need shells?
- Yeah, double-ought.


- Yeah, that'll give you a wallop.
- Y'all got camping supplies?


Tent poles. You already have the tent?


Well, something like that.


Give me the model number on the tent,
I can order poles.


- Never mind. I want a tent.
- What kind?


The kind with most poles.
 
2012-12-30 02:54:29 PM  

YouPeopleAreCrazy: RINO: I would assume this depends on where you work. I spent three months delivering pizza and at the end of that time, had made a grand total of eighty-some-odd dollars in tips.

That's bad. Even back in the mid-eighties in NW Lousyana I'd makemin $75/week in tips.
Biggest single tip? $60. Sunday afternoon church youth service meeting. $140 order, and he wrote me a check for $200.


I once got $50 for a 20 pie order close to Christmas time. Made my month, especially as I was only making about $7.50/hour then.
 
2012-12-30 02:55:10 PM  

Pud: What exactly do you demote a delivery driver to?


The poor soul who actually has to taste-test the pizzas...
 
2012-12-30 02:55:59 PM  
As someone who used to work at Pizza Hut, I'm getting a kick out of these replies.

/shiatty job, but made me appreciate doing the hard work and getting a good wage
 
2012-12-30 02:56:37 PM  
There was a time, long long ago, when Pizza Hut did not suck.

You could get these massive pitchers of beer, for $3.
 
2012-12-30 02:58:35 PM  

thisisarepeat: Its important to note that Pizza Hut doesn't own anything (TFA said it owned a few other fast food chains) Pepsi owns Pizza Hut and the other chains (why you cant get a farking Coke at any of those places). I will never purchase another Pepsi product from this point forward, and would urge others to boycott also. In light of this insanity, putting every last one of pepsi's share holders on the public dole is too good for them.


Pepsi haven't owned Pizzahut, KFC,and Taco bell since 97'. Yum brands owns them.
/I use to think the same thing until 2010
 
2012-12-30 03:08:01 PM  
No "company policy' should ever prevent you from defending yourself from harm.
 
2012-12-30 03:09:09 PM  
I have seen a lot of cases in the news where groups of teens go around various towns picking out victims and beating them up for shiats and giggles.... in some cases injuring them quite badly. I guess I can understand the company policy about not fighting people over small amounts of company money or property. However, I do have a problem with a company policy that prevents lone employees (as delivery drivers are) from effectively defending themselves from an assault where they face large groups of assailants who could potentially hurt or kill them.

Basically, if some random dude runs up and grabs the pizza box and tries to run, let them keep the stupid pizza. However, if 5 dudes run up and try to assault you and rob you and you feel they are posing a threat to your personal safety, you should be able to defend yourself without facing the loss of your job and / or wages...
 
2012-12-30 03:13:19 PM  
I assume he was using his own car to make deliveries? So if the attackers demanded his keys, would Pizza Hut buy him a new car?

No? Then they don't have a leg to stand on. You can't make "let other people take your stuff" a part of your business policy. How hard is it for management to just act like human beings?
 
2012-12-30 03:22:25 PM  

LouDobbsAwaaaay: I assume he was using his own car to make deliveries? So if the attackers demanded his keys, would Pizza Hut buy him a new car?

No? Then they don't have a leg to stand on. You can't make "let other people take your stuff" a part of your business policy. How hard is it for management to just act like human beings?


Very good point. I find it funny how the people who work in security-laden environments away from the dangers of the streets (and reality itself) and who live in homes with elaborate security systems, watch dogs, and probably firearms are always the ones who are so willing to impose rules on others keeping them from defending themselves.... "I may protect myself and my property... but you may not... peasant"....
 
2012-12-30 03:24:53 PM  
He should've just squirted the stuffed crust at them.
 
2012-12-30 03:27:11 PM  

drjekel_mrhyde: thisisarepeat: Its important to note that Pizza Hut doesn't own anything (TFA said it owned a few other fast food chains) Pepsi owns Pizza Hut and the other chains (why you cant get a farking Coke at any of those places). I will never purchase another Pepsi product from this point forward, and would urge others to boycott also. In light of this insanity, putting every last one of pepsi's share holders on the public dole is too good for them.

Pepsi haven't owned Pizzahut, KFC,and Taco bell since 97'. Yum brands owns them.
/I use to think the same thing until 2010


Awesome, I was going to give up mountain dew.
 
2012-12-30 03:28:22 PM  

No Time To Explain: This reminds me of that lifeguard bullshiat story

/my money is on that they would have fired him for giving the 'za and the cash away if that was the path he so choose


They would have.

Pizza Hut and Dominos have a strict $20 limit on the cash a driver can carry. However, they are supposed to have $20 in order to make proper change. If the driver lost more than $20, he would've been fired. And odds are he would've lost more than $20, because - despite there being drop boxes for each driver - since you have to carry $20, odds are you have to go to a manager and have him write out a receipt to document the transaction to split a 5 or 10 dollar bill.

But the managers are busy. The managers are making pizzas. And if you wait for a manager, you'll miss your pizza, and you will be fired.
 
2012-12-30 03:30:17 PM  

Pud: What exactly do you demote a delivery driver to?


Answering the phone, speaking with the in-bread.
 
2012-12-30 03:34:03 PM  

thaylin: breaking cooperate policy... 2 deliveries max is also corporate policy)


"Now, I'm not telling you to break policy (or break the speed limit), I'm just saying that you're taking too long coming back to the shop after every 2 deliveries... customer service... speedy delivery... so do more deliveries faster, or you're fired."

Seriously- haven't you ever been in a job where you were expected (although it was never actually said) to break the rules?? Yeah, you're not supposed to work on your break... but if a customer complains you didn't help them, you'll be written up, regardless. yeah, you are supposed to get,/i> a break, but we're busy today.... And so on. And, standing up for yourself gets you on the trouble-makers list, and possibly fired.
 
2012-12-30 03:37:51 PM  

BarkingUnicorn: spawn73: JasonGriffee: So, what did the managers want him to do? Or am I missing something?

They wanted him to not carry weapons in the car. That he defended himself wasn't the problem, it was the weapon he brought with him for that purpose.

(I assume the only legit reason to carry a half tentpole in a Pizzahut car is as a weapon, although it sounds like a sucky weapon).

You know nothing of pizza delivery.  Do you really think a pizza franchise (Pizza Hut of Maryland) provides company cars for delivery drivers?

It was his car, not Pizza Hut's.  The tent stake was not in it to be a weapon; he must have gone camping recently.

He was punched several times.  He grabbed the stake to defend himself.


To bad they weren't vampires.
 
2012-12-30 03:37:56 PM  
Argh. Last line should be:

Yeah, you are supposed to get a break, but we're busy today.... And so on. And, standing up for yourself gets you on the trouble-makers list, and possibly fired.
 
2012-12-30 03:38:45 PM  
Was it one of those assault tent poles?
 
2012-12-30 03:46:19 PM  
Here's what I sent to their corporate email:

Kinda ironic that a place called YUM.... serves up such swill (both IN the kitchen and, apparently, on the road with their driver policies). The driver did NOT have a gun, knife, mace, or such: he defended himself with a makeshift pole piece. Do your restaurants not verify addresses before making deliveries, especially in surly areas? Now assuming drivers follow Tip #45 (lie back & take it) - would your employee get covered while recouperating (worker's comp - which only goes so far)? What about loss of life? And your company doesn't give two shiats (let alone one) that he tried to exercise a BASIC HUMAN RIGHT? It's one thing to tell the employee "give up the cash and/or product"; but to DEMOTE the employee for trying to save his life???? Are your delivery people THAT expendable? These aren't the days of just college kids trying to earn a few bucks between classes - these are MAIN family-supporting JOBS for quite a few, and jobs that are well below the poverty line INCLUDING low-level management staff! I'm going to go the boycott thing one step further and not only boycott Pizza Hut, but ALL Yum Brands corporate restaurants (that includes Taco Bell and KFC). My local Pizza Hut is franchised by Wisconsin Hospitality Group and does not offer delivery at my area; however, being under the PH umbrella they will be bypassed in the days and weeks to come. (MSG COPIED AND E-MAILED TO CORPORATE AS WELL)

/former Domino's driver in the 80s
 
2012-12-30 03:49:55 PM  

spawn73: JasonGriffee: So, what did the managers want him to do? Or am I missing something?

They wanted him to not carry weapons in the car. That he defended himself wasn't the problem, it was the weapon he brought with him for that purpose.

(I assume the only legit reason to carry a half tentpole in a Pizzahut

Personal car is as a weapon, although it sounds like a sucky weapon).

Pizza Hut does not provide company cars.
Maybe the rest of the tent was in the car from a camping trip?
 
2012-12-30 03:54:46 PM  

thisisarepeat: Its important to note that Pizza Hut doesn't own anything (TFA said it owned a few other fast food chains) Pepsi owns Pizza Hut and the other chains (why you cant get a farking Coke at any of those places). I will never purchase another Pepsi product from this point forward, and would urge others to boycott also. In light of this insanity, putting every last one of pepsi's share holders on the public dole is too good for them.


So a subsidiary cant own anything, just because it itself is owned by something? Does not make sense.

also since you are on a roll, Pepsi has not owned it in 15 years, Yum! brands owns it.
 
2012-12-30 03:56:21 PM  

farkingbubbler: Here's what I sent to their corporate email:

Kinda ironic that a place called YUM.... serves up such swill (both IN the kitchen and, apparently, on the road with their driver policies). The driver did NOT have a gun, knife, mace, or such: he defended himself with a makeshift pole piece. Do your restaurants not verify addresses before making deliveries, especially in surly areas? Now assuming drivers follow Tip #45 (lie back & take it) - would your employee get covered while recouperating (worker's comp - which only goes so far)? What about loss of life? And your company doesn't give two shiats (let alone one) that he tried to exercise a BASIC HUMAN RIGHT? It's one thing to tell the employee "give up the cash and/or product"; but to DEMOTE the employee for trying to save his life???? Are your delivery people THAT expendable? These aren't the days of just college kids trying to earn a few bucks between classes - these are MAIN family-supporting JOBS for quite a few, and jobs that are well below the poverty line INCLUDING low-level management staff! I'm going to go the boycott thing one step further and not only boycott Pizza Hut, but ALL Yum Brands corporate restaurants (that includes Taco Bell and KFC). My local Pizza Hut is franchised by Wisconsin Hospitality Group and does not offer delivery at my area; however, being under the PH umbrella they will be bypassed in the days and weeks to come. (MSG COPIED AND E-MAILED TO CORPORATE AS WELL)

/former Domino's driver in the 80s


any chance you can put the email address you used in here?  i don't see it on their contact page
 
2012-12-30 03:58:13 PM  

farkingbubbler: Here's what I sent to their corporate email:

Kinda ironic that a place called YUM.... serves up such swill (both IN the kitchen and, apparently, on the road with their driver policies). The driver did NOT have a gun, knife, mace, or such: he defended himself with a makeshift pole piece. Do your restaurants not verify addresses before making deliveries, especially in surly areas? Now assuming drivers follow Tip #45 (lie back & take it) - would your employee get covered while recouperating (worker's comp - which only goes so far)? What about loss of life? And your company doesn't give two shiats (let alone one) that he tried to exercise a BASIC HUMAN RIGHT? It's one thing to tell the employee "give up the cash and/or product"; but to DEMOTE the employee for trying to save his life???? Are your delivery people THAT expendable? These aren't the days of just college kids trying to earn a few bucks between classes - these are MAIN family-supporting JOBS for quite a few, and jobs that are well below the poverty line INCLUDING low-level management staff! I'm going to go the boycott thing one step further and not only boycott Pizza Hut, but ALL Yum Brands corporate restaurants (that includes Taco Bell and KFC). My local Pizza Hut is franchised by Wisconsin Hospitality Group and does not offer delivery at my area; however, being under the PH umbrella they will be bypassed in the days and weeks to come. (MSG COPIED AND E-MAILED TO CORPORATE AS WELL)

/former Domino's driver in the 80s


You make several assumptions that are not in the article. No where did it say his life was in danger. Attacked can mean robbed just as easily as physically beaten. The policy is there to PREVENT the loss of human life, as by fighting back now the robbers know to bring more force and may just shoot first.. Your logic is VERY flawed.
 
2012-12-30 04:03:21 PM  

HindiDiscoMonster: farkingbubbler: Here's what I sent to their corporate email:

Kinda ironic that a place called YUM.... serves up such swill (both IN the kitchen and, apparently, on the road with their driver policies). The driver did NOT have a gun, knife, mace, or such: he defended himself with a makeshift pole piece. Do your restaurants not verify addresses before making deliveries, especially in surly areas? Now assuming drivers follow Tip #45 (lie back & take it) - would your employee get covered while recouperating (worker's comp - which only goes so far)? What about loss of life? And your company doesn't give two shiats (let alone one) that he tried to exercise a BASIC HUMAN RIGHT? It's one thing to tell the employee "give up the cash and/or product"; but to DEMOTE the employee for trying to save his life???? Are your delivery people THAT expendable? These aren't the days of just college kids trying to earn a few bucks between classes - these are MAIN family-supporting JOBS for quite a few, and jobs that are well below the poverty line INCLUDING low-level management staff! I'm going to go the boycott thing one step further and not only boycott Pizza Hut, but ALL Yum Brands corporate restaurants (that includes Taco Bell and KFC). My local Pizza Hut is franchised by Wisconsin Hospitality Group and does not offer delivery at my area; however, being under the PH umbrella they will be bypassed in the days and weeks to come. (MSG COPIED AND E-MAILED TO CORPORATE AS WELL)

/former Domino's driver in the 80s

any chance you can put the email address you used in here?  i don't see it on their contact page


Gladly, kind farker. It was posted on the PH FB page - in­fo[nospam-﹫-backwards]tuhazz­ip­*c­om
 
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