Thursday, May 12, 2016

Domino's Pizza Saves A Life, So Sometimes Its OK When Companies Keep Tabs On Us

In this electronic age, you know that every place you shop, especially on line, has the goods on you.

The types of things you like. When you order. Some of your other habits.

It's just the way things are nowadays.

This all sounds just a little creepy, but in one case, it saved a life.

According to television station KOIN in Portland, Oregon, employees of a Domino's Pizza in Salem, Oregon recently noticed that a guy named Kirk Alexander hadn't ordered anything from them in 11 days.

That was strange, because Alexander usually ordered something online rom that Domino's almost every day.

The Domino's manager sent a delivery person to Alexander's house because they were all worried about him.

The driver found the lights and TV on in Alexander's house, but nobody answered the door when he repeatedly knocked. Domino's also tried calling Alexander, but the call went straight to voicemail.

Now really worried, the Domino's delivery guy called paramedics, who found Alexander unconscios on the floor, having apparently suffered a stroke.

He's now recovering in the hospital.

Yes, Domino's delivers. In this case, in a surprising and good way.

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