I did try to tip one of their delivery guys who came back *twice* to drop
off forgotten items during a particularly hellish snowstorm, and he refused.
Professionalism all the way.
Now a different question...anyone know of a grocery delivery service in New
York? Could it really be that nobody in Midtown cooks at home? They can't
eat out all the time...shopping at those little cornershops *can't* be the
main source. I need to go beyond Balducci's or Dean & Deluca delivery. Help
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joseph M. Reagle Jr. [SMTP:reagle@MIT.EDU]
> Sent: Saturday, February 06, 1999 9:36 AM
> To: Gerald Oskoboiny
> Cc: Jay Thomas; FoRK@xent.ICS.uci.edu
> Subject: Re: Rohit's Grocery List
> Yes, that is what is says, but do you not do it? Have you tried?
> At 05:50 PM 2/5/99 -0500, Gerald Oskoboiny wrote:
> >On Fri, Feb 05, 1999 at 05:09:08PM -0500, Joseph M. Reagle Jr. wrote:
> >> At 03:06 PM 2/5/99 -0500, Jay Thomas wrote:
> >> >Not only that, they are so desirous of good word-of-mouth and repeat
> >> >business, if you are unsatisfied with *any* purchase ("This lettuce
> >> How big a tip do you give?
> > http://www.homeruns.com/faq/delivery.asp
> > SHOULD I TIP THE DELIVERY PROFESSIONAL?
> > No, thank you. We appreciate your desire to tip the Delivery
> > Professional, but as a policy they do not accept tips.
> Regards, http://web.mit.edu/reagle/www/
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