SECOND THOUGHT: Why would it need to hold 80 pizzas unless its being used as a catering wagon or in a place with a lot of big office parties? I thought the nature of pizza delivery was that you’re delivering 2 or 3 or 4 at a time or so. When someone orders a pizza, they don’t expect you to wait until a whole stack of orders pile up before you come deliver. They expect you to make the pizza and bring it to them, I’d say within the hour or so.
THIRD THOUGHT: Imagine getting rear-ended at a traffic light and being hit in the back of the head with a 140 degree pizza warmer. . . OUCH!
FOURTH THOUGHT: If you all don’t like Domino’s, whose pizza DO you like? I LOVE pizza and am always open to suggestions about where to get a good one. I always go for the carry-out specials myself. Notice most places say “free delivery”* but then offer some kind of carry-out special which is about half the menu price
FIFTH THOUGHT: Little Caesars has that “hot-n-ready” thing, but when you get one they always ask for your phone number - why? - I’m HERE! I always give them the phone number of the Domino’s down the street. (No need for my health insurance company to find out how many “hot-n-ready” pizzas I’m eating.
*“free delivery” - not really, anymore. Most of them now say in the fine print, “Delivery charge MAY apply.” MAY apply? You meant to say “WILL apply”. My parents, products of the Great Depression, taught me, “If you’re too lazy to go get it yourself, you’re not hungry enough to be eating yet.”