Yo quiero mas empty brass!

Mr. Niccol,

I must confide to you, I abhor the cuisine at Taco Bell. However, this recent piece of news may change my dining habits.

I ran into this article a few moments ago while patrolling the internet titled “Armed robbers order Taco Bell workers to floor at gunpoint — but victims serve up a deadly surprise” . I applaud the efforts of your heroic taco chefs in defending the coffers of your business.

In fact, Brian Niccol, you should pay a visit to these gun slinging chalupa servers. Give them a pat on the back with a nice photo op. I would also advise, Taco Bell and Sigma Bell, LLC, the franchise owner, to give these boys a raise! One can feel safe dining upon a chalupa in Cleveland under the watchful eye of a of a gun slinger.

I certainly hope these gents don’t get sacked due to some silly rule in your employment manual. Working at 2:45 am at a fast food restaurant, in an urban environment, isn’t the safest occupation. The armed criminals attempted to take advantage of the perceived unarmed. Perhaps in fear of being identified, unarmed chefs would have been murdered.

If anything, your employment manual should be updated. Maybe provide a stipend to employees who choose to arm themselves. Perhaps a sign on the door, “employees are armed” would warn banditos from even attempting a robbery.

A response is requested.
The B-LO