Letter: Respect and common courtesy

Last week, I went to Little Caesar’s to grab myself a pizza for dinner. I had to go through the drive thru, because the lobby was closed. Twice in the same evening, someone cut me off in line. Needless to say, I was not happy.

It doesn’t matter how hungry you are. Your appetite doesn’t exempt you from having basic manners. You have to wait your turn in line just like everybody else because that’s called respect and common courtesy. Cutting someone’s place in a drive thru line is not only rude, it’s also dangerous, as it can set both you and the person you cut off up for a potential car accident.

It’s because of this incident that I’ll be taking a break from having Little Caesar’s for dinner for quite some time. In short, place consideration for others over your own hunger.

Thomas Miller Huffman



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