I have mentioned before that I work at Taco Bell. I work two days a week, when they get their deliveries. I put everything away, rotate the food, and make sure that everything that we were charged for was actually delivered. Last Monday I noticed a case that I had never seen before, a 3 ounce plastic cup. Every month they offer something new so I figured that was it. When I checked the invoice however that case wasn't on it. We had everything that was supposed to be there so the driver had left one case too many. I asked the manager about it and he said those were Pizza Hut cups. Taco Bell is part of Yum Brands, which also includes Pizza Hut, KFC, Long John Silvers, and A&W. The warehouse supplies all of those and it is not unusual for the other restaurants to be on the same truck. I really don't understand how they schedule. There is a Pizza Hut less than half a mile from us, but the Pizza Hut that this case was intended for is in Knoxville, Tennessee. Since we weren't charged for it we could have simply thrown the case away and been done with it. I don't like wasting like that and neither did the manager, so he called the warehouse and told them about it. Their response was we had no complaints about a shortage on that truck, so basically they didn't care. When asked if they would pick the case up they said they would, but we would be charged a 15% restocking fee. That's right, their driver made the mistake and we would have to pay for it. Instead, the manager is going to talk to the local Pizza Hut and work out something with them. We tried to do the right thing and ran into a real life Catch-22. Sometimes it costs to be honest.
Volly, Al, and Travis were all right, the center of an atom is the nucleus.
Today's question is Grade 1/Animal Science. True or False? The pterodactyl was an ancient reptile that could fly.
I knew that one. 41-11.