Gary Deiter, a 67-year-old real estate agent in Vermont avoided going to office meetings for four years. “They were honestly just boring as shit,” he said. However, Gary received an email at the beginning of the week that sparked his attention. “Usually I can’t stomach the food they serve, but this week they were catering from my favorite Deli,” he explained. “I was so hungry that day. The office was in between my showings and I just had no other choice.” At the meeting, a witness said he saw Gary come in about eight minutes late where he started to inch his way to the back. Apparently, this office meeting was more crowded than usual because it was “mandatory,” making it slightly more difficult for Gary to make his way around the chairs. Another agent said she noticed Gary slowly shuffling toward the finger sandwiches as if to not bother any one. Gary’s closest friend and golf partner, Jason Rosen, said he watched the whole thing: “Yeah I saw Gary come in. I was pretty shocked to see him but then remembered that he loves that deli. I noticed he started off in the back there, and made his way to the sandwiches. By the time he got to them there was only a couple left, but they were falling apart and didn’t have any meat on them.” Another agent said he heard Gary muddle a series of “F-bombs” upon his discovery of the battered sandwiches. I asked Gary what he did once he realized there was no more food. “I faked a phone call and got the hell out there,” he exclaimed. It is safe to say that this was Gary’s last office meeting.