I never said the value of a human life is only worth $20 bucks. Those are your words. Do I expect people to endanger themselves in order to avert being stolen from or being robbed? Yes. For every action there is an opposite reaction. Apply the amount of force necessary to deter the threat. You have no way of knowing if you would of come away unscathed or not unless you tried. You didn't even try. Painfully obvious you have no experience in running a business, as pro, bacon and tew have tried to explain and dumb it down for you, you always offset losses or expense by passing it on to you customer base.<quoted text>You act like they all get robbed daily. It is rare. The claim you made about the prices rising due to robberies like mine are just absolutely false.
But even if it did result in higher prices, would you really wish for people to risk their lives to save you money on pizza?
You keep avoiding this question. Run from those hard questions coward.
"Delivery charges are illusory in other ways. Ironically, they don't always go directly to the driver. Instead, most -- if not all -- of that money is typically used to boost the bottom line by offsetting business expenses like the cost of ingredients and employee wages.