by Aaron Flett
I’ve been busy writing software still so here’s a little something from a Guest Writer named Aaron Flett. I enjoyed it and you should too.
Last night I had a dream I was working in a pizza restaurant, taking orders over the phone for delivery. I used to work at a pizza joint after high school, so maybe it was just some sort of nocturnal regression of a crappy job I once had. In this dream, I took an order for a large pizza from a customer. The order started out fine. I answered the phone by thanking the customer for choosing our high quality pizza parlor, the customer seemed courteous and friendly enough. I asked what he would like. The customer was very concise with his order. “I would like a large pizza with pepperoni, black olives, mushrooms and extra cheese. I would like that for delivery.” I told him that his cost would be $22.50 plus a $4.00 delivery charge, and that it would take us between forty five minutes and an hour to make his pizza and deliver it to him. This is where the dream gets weird. Normally at this point a customer says “Thank you” and hangs up. Not this time.
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