Do you find this morally wrong?
- 16 December 2011 - 07:25 AM
However, this supposes:
1. You thought the guy was being honest (if he just pulled the "I only have $3 to spend" out of his ass in order to try and save 75c but get the whole amount)
2. There was no real chance anyone would come and buy the 75 cents of tenders and they would almost certainly go to waste.
I completely agree that there are sensible reasons to throw things away and restrict access to things in a business environment. It's one of the problems we run into in capitalist systems. Usually these inefficiencies are small and irrelevant, though. Who really cares about Olive Garden leftovers and bits of chicken?
- 16 December 2011 - 01:01 PM
Anyone who'd argue against that is some morally righteous idiot who has no idea how the world actually works.
Although it would be cool if you could take leftovers home at the end of the day, but I could see the problem with workers setting aside food for themselves.
- 16 December 2011 - 06:18 PM
They also get leftovers from KFC or Popeyes like a whole bag of different chicken pieces. We once got a huge bag of mashed potatoes that lasted us well
The center only gives food and stuff to the people who need it and have things like food stamps, free lunch and such, and just sign up through the school. the center does a lot for needy family's, like vouchers for new school clothes before school starts and such, its a smart idea.
- 17 December 2011 - 01:21 AM
- 17 December 2011 - 02:38 AM