Is that you, Delmar?!

Woke up to this in the inbox:

Delmar has left a new comment on your post “Attn: Dumpster Divers“:

Just to let everyone know we had an equipment malfunction that resulted in the discarding of some food. One of the new coolers froze all of the food in it overnight. Although the food was in date it needed to be discarded because it did freeze and the quality would of been affected.

Seriously? Hi Delmar! Thanks for dropping in and letting us know what’s up!

16 thoughts on “Is that you, Delmar?!

  1. Anonymous

    i work at weshop, and delmar doesnt really pay us any mind. i don’t know that he’s even come by in the last few months. i doubt it was he that posted the note as well, just because although the food was undoubtedly still edible, he probably wouldnt want to be liable in the event someone dumpstered it and did get sick.

  2. Anonymous

    i work at weshop, and delmar doesnt really pay us any mind. i don’t know that he’s even come by in the last few months. i doubt it was he that posted the note as well, just because although the food was undoubtedly still edible, he probably wouldnt want to be liable in the event someone dumpstered it and did get sick.

  3. Anonymous

    That being said, it’s definitely Delmar’s writing style (see the emails that were posted a few months ago) and he does have a tendency to use technical jargon… like “the food was in date” etc

  4. Anonymous

    That being said, it’s definitely Delmar’s writing style (see the emails that were posted a few months ago) and he does have a tendency to use technical jargon… like “the food was in date” etc

  5. Justin

    Anyone can post with any nickname on Blogger. I could just as easily have written this post with the nickname Delmar and written something absurd and inflammatory.While it may have been Delmar commenting on the post in question, we should probably not place much confidence in such things. Otherwise it’d be just like trusting any assumed identity on the ACB, or anywhere else where there is no way to verify someone’s identity.

  6. Justin

    Anyone can post with any nickname on Blogger. I could just as easily have written this post with the nickname Delmar and written something absurd and inflammatory.

    While it may have been Delmar commenting on the post in question, we should probably not place much confidence in such things. Otherwise it’d be just like trusting any assumed identity on the ACB, or anywhere else where there is no way to verify someone’s identity.

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