Greek's Pizzeria on McGalliard

Greek's Pizzeria on McGalliard Best pizza, breadsticks, shells, wings and sandwiches in Muncie. All our pizza dough and sauce are both made fresh daily. Stop in and try some today!

Italian ice Muncie Delaware County, Indiana

Italian ice Muncie Delaware County, Indiana

Ice cold and a great way to cool 😎 off!
Green apple 🍏
Lemon 🍋
Flavors for Saturday. $2 per serving.

The Kramer’s deserve answers and Angie deserves justice.
Who killed Angie Barlow?

The Kramer’s deserve answers and Angie deserves justice.

On Oct. 26, 2016, Barlow, a dancer, received an invitation via text to dance at a private party in the 7000 block of Harcourt.


Our craft night for next Tuesday has been canceled. Watch this page for our next fun event!

Good's Candy Shop

This sums it up perfectly.

Usually we use this page to promote the products and people of Good’s Candy Shop. We enjoy keeping you up to date on what we do and offer. This is a wonderful place to communicate our goals and efforts and have some fun!

Today is different.

I have no illusion about influencing anyone with this writing. People have their minds made up about most things. If they believe they were right before, regardless of facts, they are right this time too.

This writing is probably a result of my age and the fact there are more working and living years behind me than in front. This tends to make a man cranky sometimes.

As the 26 year owner of Good’s Candy Shop in Anderson, I have received comments from self-appointed critics to straight forward unpleasant complaints and everything in between. Luckily these happen very rarely. Nearly all of the comments we receive are kind, positive and helpful.

Today though, I’m talking about the complainers.

The phenomenon I’m writing of is the use of social media for complaints. I am comfortable in saying all businesses have some form of policy in place for complaints. I’m also comfortable in saying the avenue for which to complain is easily found, perhaps on line, with the manager or even a written letter to the source.

Many posters today complain without seeking resolution first. This is public shaming, business assassination and from how I feel, bullying. A target of bullying feels helpless. I am helpless as the complainer isn’t seeking satisfaction; instead they want to damage the business and the people who work in it. To what length and from what motivation is always unknown to the target.

This type of attack is different for me than most businesses because Good’s Candy Shop is mine. Nearly every thought I have and a large number of hours I’ve lived have been spent on my business. Personally, I can deal with criticism however, when it comes to my product and people, I take great offense from those who wish to them do harm.

Bullying has become an acceptable side effect of being human. We read and hear about suicide being at epidemic proportions. We read and hear about school and business shootings. These are real changes in our communities.

When adults practice negativity on social media in a manner with no end, he or she is simply teaching the next generation how it’s done. The endless complaining and shaming influences those who read it. This is part of the problem, not the solution. How can we expect our most vulnerable to be good stewards of our communities when adults practice this type of behavior? Aren’t we teaching them how to publicly humiliate, shame and cyber bully? And for what? To feel better about ourselves? Are we all that angry and petty?

Finding the negative is incredibly easy for people and from my perspective low brow. There is no honor, nor is it witty or a sign of intelligence in publicly pointing out the error of a business. There is nothing to be gained other than keeping in practice with the poor behavior.

Yes! We make mistakes and we have a myriad of opportunities in which to make them. We work to eliminate them and learn to become better from them. I find mistakes an excellent opportunity to learn and teach. Mistakes are an important part of life and no one gets by without making them.

Being in business is not for the weak, never has been. We are endlessly tested by our customers. Our pursuit is a well-run business which learns and flourishes from the tests. We thrive on it. It makes us better and is a win for everyone.

Unfortunately, if a person or business is shamed or cyber bullied into closing their doors, and less face it, or worse, they are blamed for not reaching out for help or able to take the abuse.

I ask you, do you believe this activity is performed without consequence? Just because you can do it from the comfort of your phone or computer, you think it’s harmless? Or worse, is hurting someone your intent?

We have the gun debate, the mental illness debate all the while posting dumb perceived grievances for all to see and thinking sure, this is the right thing to do! Look at me! I can complain!

In all my years I’ve been the target of these attacks maybe 10 times if that however, it sticks like a knife in my back. It’s my back because it’s never to my face.

These clueless adults are unknowingly perpetuating a social ill and spreading the virus of hate via social media. It has to stem from self-hate or some other disorder because I am unable to see the payoff. Payoff is what we look for in everything we do. Payoff can be many things like money, time, self-fulfillment or simply a good feeling. Do people really receive satisfaction from these posts?

I’ve even heard the saboteur’s claim that “I’m just trying to help.” That is the mating call of an oppressor.

There was a time when people performed quiet complaining or dissatisfaction by telling a couple of friends and simply stop patronizing the business. That is no longer enough.

Wouldn’t it be more productive and better for businesses if a person would seek satisfaction before attacking publicly? Wouldn’t it be an improvement if the person would post the complaint along with the outcome before the bullying? Every business wants to satisfy their customers. At the minimum, give them a chance before typing the unfiltered stupidity.

Be a good citizen of your community. Be helpful instead of harmful.

I know the people this writing is intended for will not or perhaps are unable to recognize, understand or learn from it.

I tire of it and it’s not getting any better.

Randy Good



Exciting news!!!!!!!! I am planning a girls Princess event!!!! Here’s what I need from you what Princess would your little girls love to meet?each little girl will get one pink or purple clip in extension or hair tinsel an updo and nails painted and it will also be catered by Greeks Pizza cost of the event will be 25 dollars for the first girl and 15 for any additional girl in your party!


We will be closed on Monday May 28th so that our employees can enjoy the holiday with their families. We will reopen on Tues May 28 at 11 am.

Italian ice Muncie Delaware County, Indiana

Italian ice Muncie Delaware County, Indiana

Perfect evening to try our Italian ice. Low in calories, gluten and dairy free!
🍊 orange
🍒 cherry
Pina colada 🍍


We will be open for carry out only from 3 pm till close due to our private party. So no dine in or delivery will be available after 3 pm today.


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813 E McGalliard Rd
Muncie, IN

Opening Hours

Monday 15:00 - 21:00
Tuesday 15:00 - 21:00
Wednesday 15:00 - 21:00
Thursday 15:00 - 21:00
Friday 12:00 - 21:00
Saturday 12:00 - 21:00
Sunday 12:00 - 21:00


(765) 282-7492


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