In an exclusive interview with the Establish The Pass podcast on ClutchPoints, Patrick Rickard, the Baltimore Ravens’ professional bowler, talked about his game with Lamar Jackson, his evolution from varsity quarterback to one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, how to make defenders a part of fantasy football, new details about how his roommate stole an order from DoorDash Outback Steakhouse, and more.
When Rickard began tweeting that his neighbor was picking up his order in the backcountry, the story spread across the country and was picked up by numerous media outlets. Fullback Ravens revealed more details about his interaction with his neighbor, including an apology from the man’s mother, when he appeared on the ClutchPoints podcast.
I live in a townhouse, so all townhouses are the same, and sometimes I get dropped off at my neighbor’s house. It has happened several times and I have a doorbell on my door so I know when someone is coming to get my food. I ordered it and it says it was dropped off, because DoorDash sends you a message and a picture of where it was dropped off…. So I go out, I look around and I say: Did someone steal my food?
Then I look at the picture and think to myself: That’s my roommate’s carpet, and my food isn’t there. So I knocked on the door a few times, no answer. I call my wife and she says: No, he knows or probably knows where she is, she doesn’t leave his door. So I knock a few more times, I knock hard, and suddenly he comes out, and in that moment I know he understood, because why didn’t he open the first time. So I accuse him and show him a picture of the food I ordered, he gets angry and doesn’t talk anymore. Finally, he says: Yeah, I got it upstairs, I’ll bring it down.
He brings it to me and it’s already on the board. He had already taken all my food out and put it on his plate like a paper plate, about to eat it. It’s been five or ten minutes since it was delivered, I think: Dude, are you kidding me? I explained it to him: I don’t want that to happen again. Suddenly it got hot and stuffy, and that got on my nerves. I am: Dude, you are so wrong, you stole my food, what are you talking about?
Long story short: The next night, someone knocks on my door at 10:00, and it’s a lady. I come down, it’s his mother… My neighbor is his mother and the man is my age. He looks like he’s in his 20s, then 20. I don’t know if he lives with her or if he sometimes stays with her, but she apologized for that.
That night, I tweeted it and Twitter swallowed it. DoorDash called me back, Outback called me back. The Green Turtles, a local pub in the area, contacted me. I got pretty good… He was a crazy guy. If it’s not yours, don’t take it. Either you don’t take it, or you put it inside and wait for someone to knock. …. I don’t know, it’s crazy.
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