@RamblinRover 13 year old Mr. Ontop took money his religious grandmother gave me for my birthday and bought a t-shirt with that album cover on it. To my surprise, my grandma liked it because it reminded her of old werewolf movies. My even more religious mom more or less told me I'm going to hell right then and there.
I still smile at the memory.
Click n Collect, Home Shopping, Ubereats, it's all picked by us.
Ubereats gets a priority and has their own Uber delivery drivers.
Click n Collect and Home Shopping. We get orders in batches to go out and pick.
Your order should of been picked a good hour or so before your arrival, but occasionally it can be delayed due to staffing, a slow picker or if some items are 'nil picked'.
Our palm pilots give us lots of info such as location, description, price, a picture of what it looks like and we can look how much is 'on hand'.
If the product isn't there on the shelf when we go to pick it we check the 'on hand'. If it says there is less than ten on hand, we substitute it for something similar (if the customer permits substitutes) (but suggested options can be ridiculous), if it's ten or over, we nil pick it and someone goes to investigate where it is and why it's not on the shelf.
Sometimes if it's been nil picked it can add time to find where the product is (some warehouses are shit tips).
Ambient, chilled and frozen are picked by different teams and orders consolidated and released.
@CB That is fair. My sister had extra tickets to see them maybe 10 or 15 years ago so I went along expecting there was no way they could pull off a stadium show (ACC) but I was pleasantly surprised. They rocked it. Then that night there was a snowstorm or something and the tour bus crashed.
I booted up the soundtrack on YouTube during the downtime.
There's a lot more songs than I remember and I'd say it's probably one of the best licensed soundtracks put together and paired for a racing game.
@distraxi I need to read more Gibson eventually. All I've read of his are Neuromancer, Burning Chrome, and The Difference Engine. Huge Neal Stephenson fan; I've read Anathem 2 or 3 times now, and I really enjoyed Cryptonomicon. Reamde and Fall were OK, but dragged. And I think I might be one of the few who liked Seveneves. (But I nope'd-out of Quicksilver at the dog dissection scene. Gave me nightmares, and still gives me the willies to think about.)