No, I was not deliberately trying to rhyme 'five' and 'arrive.' This was the literal transaction. I don't know how to feel about this. On one hand, I don't have to stand in line, and plus they give me text updates on my order. Common sense says that is win win. And, to tell you the truth, the first time I figured it out, I felt as if I upped a level on Space Wars and unlocked credos. Forgive me for my misunderstanding of the gaming terminology. That stopped about 2004. All right. Buckhorn is a Northern California icon, with its original restaurant in Winters, California. It is a true BBQ place. It is a place that, these days, you get a reservation for dinner, weeks before you arrive. They don't serve lunch. But they have had, for many years, an offshoot. Buckhorn Grill. Not strictly fast food, not strictly sit in and eat, it is what I believe the trend is 'fast casual.' A semi cafeteria venue where you go in and order your stuff and pay for it and they bring it out to you. Works for me. But in recent years (months) they have really stepped up their online ordering. Which is cool, no problem with that. You go online, and you order your Roadhouse salad with onion crisps and add tri tip, cooked to your specification, and it generally comes out like you want it. But you normally go in, give them your name, and they give it to you. But now you don't even do that. Now, they put it in locked 'lockers' and they send you a text, and when you get there, you text back 'here', and when you go in Locker #5 is lit up, it's open, and you can grab your order and go. Sounds like a dream world for Japanese animae role player gamers. I mean, it worked. I selected 'Utensils.' I got a fork. I only needed a fork, but I would have liked a napkin. Don't get me wrong. As grisly and as futuristic as the situation presents itself, the tri tip salad was actually pretty moth@*$&*(&$ing good, despite the lack of human contact on delivery. One can argue, that is a really good system. And I don't have a good counter argument for it offhand. But I really like, putting my order in, and specifying how I want things to come out. And I'm not saying the system doesn't work (forget about my napkin) but something seems intrinsically wrong and I can't put my finger on it. Am I alone?