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On Tue, Aug 25, 1998 at 09:25:07AM -0700, Sean M. Doran wrote: > The pizza place charges $19.95 to the recipient because it has > to cover the costs of transport from the pizzeria to the customer. > Car & driver don't generally work for free. > > Sean. you know.. where i get pizza's from, its the same cost if you buy it over the counter, or have it delivered.. the difference is of course dependent on if you tip the delievery person, but other then that, the cost is the same. In that scenario the consumer is paying a flat rate that is high enough for the pizza place to still make money if they have to deliever. -- Steven O. Noble -- Sr. Backbone Engineer, Exodus Communications (EXDS) -- Work:408.346.2333 -- All my love to the Canadian Mooing Frog.