Thursday, May 1, 2008

People who need to be driven 100 miles out into the desert and left there

I could tell from the instant I got behind them in the checkout line at Walgreens that they would be trouble. Some people just give off that vibe. One of them left the line to get one more thing. Of course he wasn't back by the time she reached the cashier. Then, after several items had been rung up, she heard the announcement that her prescription was ready. THEN they debated whether to finish getting run-up at the front register or back in the pharmacy.

Thankfully, the second register opened and scooted over there. Just as I was leaving, one of these two winners knocked over a display.

Of course, they were all smiles.

I was out the door.