Friday, December 19, 2008

Special delivery

When you're in sales, it's important to offer that extra level of service to your customers. Like, for instance, if you're willing to deliver your product when all of your competitors make customers come to them, you can use that to your advantage. Or maybe not:
An officer decided to make a call early Thursday after he got a tip from an informant, complete with telephone number, about a dealer willing to make home deliveries, the Houston Chronicle reported.

When the officer called, the man at the other end of the line not only agreed to bring the drugs to a prearranged location but helpfully described his appearance when asked. John Patrick Lacour Jr. was arrested when he arrived with the crack.
I'm not exactly sure what the moral of this story is, but I'm fairly certain that it falls somewhere between "Try to be helpful and look where it gets you," and "Don't sell crack cocaine, dumbass."

I'm leaning toward the latter.

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