After the Miami U. football game, G.M dropped me off in the rendezvous parking lot close to midnight. Dunkin Donuts caught my eye and I thought Ellen needed a donut this morning before her critical science quiz (ignore that large portions of salivation had entered my mouth at 11:30pm). Not one but six were purchased - 2 glazed, 2 pumpkin, 1 coconut, and 1 chocolate glaze.
Doughnuts (as properly spelled) are an important staple in business decisions. Morning meetings with donuts can make sure the people who had skipped breakfast do not take out their "grumpy tummies" on the issue or plans being made.
I have the responsibility for the donut list for our Friday Morning Mens Fellowship group. Even spiritual study can be most effective after a glazed doughnut.
Mom tells her early entrepreneurial stories of selling door to door and delivering Spudnut (or was is Sputnik?) donuts in Kansas to suppliment the family income. That makes me believe there may have been plenty of extra inventory for the kids to consume.
In April 1952 a dozen Spudnut donuts retailed for $.50 per dozen. My six Dunkin Donuts were $5.49 (that's a 5.32% Compounded Annual Growth Rate over nearly 60 years). But in any year the cost is worth the benefit of the Donut Delight.