Sunday, May 4, 2014
Stupid Wal-Mart Shoppers
Las Vegas Vampire
Now that is getting hot in Las Vegas, in the mid to upper 90's, people in Las Vegas and other local areas decide to act like vampires and only come out at night.
And they think it is such a good idea to their weekly/monthly grocery shopping between the hours of 10 PM and 12 midnight.
And they expect the same kind of service as if it were 5:00 in the afternoon.
These people are fricking idiots.
So, if they have a grocery basket full of groceries at 5:00, you have 6 cashiers, some of whom just started their shifts ready to help you.
If you come to a cashier at 11:00 at night, you will have 1 cashier to help you and they are at the end of their shift, so we are tired and cranky or you are going to deal with a night shift cashier who also has other jobs to do and they don't have the time to deal with you.
Here's a hint. We don't want to see you if you have a grocery cart full of groceries after 10:00PM.
And with only 1 cashier on duty, you are going to piss off the people who happen to come behind you.
If you have less than 20 items, no problem, we can get you out of there in a couple of minutes.
I'm just being honest and it's not just at a Wal-Mart, it pretty much is true at any other store that is open late at night or a 24 hour store.
And speaking of idiots, the other night a guy came in and tried to use a coupon where you had to buy to bottles of Jim Beam and a Coke product to use a $5 coupon.
The guy just wanted to buy 1 Jim Beam product, so the coupon would not ring up and we engaged in a dispute. The guy kept on saying that I was wrong and I tried to explain to the guy what the word "and" means.
So, after a couple of minutes, he came out and said "do you have a bachelors degree/"
Wrongo, Buckaroo, wrong question.
I told him "Why yes, I have a bachelors degree and almost a Masters degree, I teach Special Education and I teach people to read".
He didn't have a come back for that.
And I replied as he left, "Have a nice sir" sarcastically, at least in my mind, at least.