Today is Monday, November 16, 2015.  You will like how a restaurant owner responds to a customer who berated an autistic employee.  We also check in on the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster and meet Johann Sebastian Bark.

Restaurant Owner Responds to Customer

Little Italy Restaurante in Anchorage, Alaska is receiving worldwide praise.

P.J. Gialopsos, the restaurant’s owner, explains the situation on their Facebook page.  An angry customer calls the restaurant.  “The customer wasn’t simply complaining, he was ranting and foul. He informed us our driver was an idiot and strung out on drugs and was FURIOUS!”

The driver is autistic.  The restaurant tries to explain, “It was calmly explained to him, no, this driver is not on drugs….nor does he drink….he is autistic and has a slight speech impediment. The customer called the phone person a liar, had a few more choice words for her and hung up.”

This is how the restaurant owner responds to the issue:

“You would think, in the year 2015 the majority of the population would have learned or at least heard about autism. I understand that there is a large portion of our population that is content to remain uninformed and uneducated, but that doesn’t give them to right to take that ignorance and turn it into a foul mouthed rant on two of my employees!

Therefore, we have fired this customer. That address, that name and phone number will be tagged with a DO NOT DELIVER DO NOT ACCEPT ORDER message.”

Read the full post:

This has been pondered for days now: should I write this post and HOW should I write this post? Over the weekend we…

Posted by Little Italy Restaurante on Tuesday, November 10, 2015

The post has been shared by over 7,000 people on Facebook and the restaurant has received worldwide praise as a result of how the restaurant owner responds to a problem customer.

The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster

The Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, also known as Pastafarianism, is a social movement that promotes a light-hearted view of religion and opposes the teaching of intelligent design and creationism in public schools.

Pastafarianism is back in the news after a Boston woman won the right to wear a spaghetti colander on her head in her driver’s license photo.  She cited her religious beliefs.  Get the full story.

Johann Sebastian Bark

This dog is probably better at playing the piano than you are…assuming you cannot actually play the piano.