"Dear Senator Bramble,
"I am sorry if my blog about my recent experience with you caused you a headache. In my naivete, I thought that, since I am not a public figure, no one would notice anything I said on my blog or elsewhere. Clearly, I neglected to consider the possible ramifications of what I thought was the innocent telling of an interesting story to my friends and family. I guess I no longer deserve your praise for handling the situation professionally.
"I do not excuse my actions, but I do not excuse yours either. I say this not as a pizza delivery girl who was intimidated and offended, but as the daughter of a man much like yourself. Too many times, I have been embarrassed to stand behind my father while he aggressively berated someone as you did last Monday evening. My father is a literal genius and internationally respected in his field. He is a powerful man and uses his power to do a lot of good. I imagine you are similarly intelligent, well intentioned, and influential for good. However, there are better ways to express frustration and displeasure than to rant and belittle others. There are better ways to get what you want than to wave your accomplishments and titles in front of others. Some people respond only to aggression, and I say be aggressive with them. Aggression has its place, but generally assertiveness is as effective and avoids alienating, offending, or degrading others. My boss might well have accepted your check after a calm, rational discussion. Unfortunately, because of your rudeness, my manager and I were upset, and I was uncomfortable, to say the least. Shame on you, Senator.
"Shame on me for my mistake. I think we would both be happier if we had acted differently.
The Pizza Girl
If we find out where this pizza place is, I head down and buy a bunch of pizzas from them!