"The number of threads by one poster in the OT is getting a little out of hand, IMHO. "
"In the land of freedom we are held hostage by the tyranny of political correctness...If we speak..we say it the wrong way; if we do not speak we are cowards…."
I think that would help down at the local Winn-Dixie. Dang snowbirds can't count.
"Ride The Barrel & Get Pitted... So Pitted."
Was at the local Kroger and had a over the 15 items. No waiting at the express line, but the other lines were backing up. The manager comes and grabs my cart and takes me down to the express lane. I said, sure as we get started, someone with a single item is going to walk up and get mad at me. Made him stand there so he could take the heat which happened about 30 seconds later when several people with single items walked up at once.
You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be misquoted and used against you.
I'm very confused. I see three friendly hands waving right after the caption " fifteen is this many ' and I don't understand what the sign is trying to say.
Presumably if I went to that checkout with four yellow rubber gloves I would be told that I was over the limit and would have to get into a regular line. I think it would be ridiculous if a customer can only buy three washing gloves at a time in that store so I am assuming there is some other explanation which I am somehow missing.
Three is three and how can this sign be at all helpful?
I know I would not shop at a store with such restrictive and/or confusing policies.
Well... (nice post MC) at least we now better understand why that might have been necessary.
Reminds me it hasn't been that long since the Phone Book was still listing the Phone Company under "F"... For fone.