I find it interesting that Suzanne Conaway (6/1, Voices) and many others take such issue with the phrase “no problem” instead of “you’re welcome.” Lighten up, people. No offense is intended.
Suzanne’s reply to “What are we having tonight?” as “I don’t know what you are having, and I’m not paying for it, but I would like ...” reminds me of people who take every opportunity to make hateful remarks to waiters and waitresses. I guess it is because it makes them feel superior. And the servers cannot talk back in the same way if they want a tip, which they need to pay their bills.
Just remember, Suzanne, how you treat people shows a lot about who you are. Also, it is just not too smart to make hateful remarks to a person serving you food. That is, unless you like spit in your food.