It's Friday night, and I was driving through the North Dartmouth area on Route 6 and saw the Palace Pizza sign and said, "I wonder if Jarrid Tansey is working tonight?" And he was. So I pulled out my trusty iPhone and spoke with him.

We've all seen the "pizza delivery incident" at F&R Auto by now, and in the last few days we've spoken with Gary Batista, the general manager, the girl in the green hat, and the "I Want His Job" guy. Now, let's talk with Jarrid.

After speaking with him, he really is a humble, down to earth kid, just trying to make money for his family, and I was surprised he's kept this worldwide viral incident at bay, so he can focus more on what's important to him, his family.

There's a lot of talk about the GoFund Me account set up by a woman in Iowa who is making the donated funds accessible to the Tansey family. A lot has happened over $7, and there's a lot more than that that's been donated. I believe he deserves every penny, since he was pubicly humiliated in front of the world.

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