Yeah, people act as if you providing a service for them somehow makes them better than you.You should try working at a movie theater. If you think people are rude when you are a guest, wait until you are an employee.
Yeah, people act as if you providing a service for them somehow makes them better than you.
Even before I was a cop, I'd say what was on everyone else's mind, namely, "Be quiet." One of the more memorable times was when we had a VERY rude bunch come in, talking loud for a normal situation, let alone a theater. One guy must have had 40 keys on his belt, from the sound of it. He even used the back of my friend's chair to get up out of his(snapping him back while doing so) and jingle all de vay down the aisle. After a while of listening to nonsense I said,"If we want to hear a running commentary, we'll buy the DVD. Please be quiet." We had silence for the rest of the movie.
Saddening? I see nothing on there that is relevant or that technology has not beaten.
Yeah, we were much smarter with Gilligan's Island and Three's Company."Reality TV" is the weapon used to effectively dumb down the population.
Cursive handwriting. Very sad.