Sigma Delta. SD. Seven Dwarfs. Well done.
This was me my first few years out of college. I put my foot down when they started volunteering me to the neighbors. They’ve had Geek Squad memberships since.
Years ago my wife worked as an insurance broker. She would tell stories of things people would say that would get them denied coverage. Like the guy who had a third floor balcony, who admitted to removing the railing because it interfered with the view. Or the other person who bought a hobby farm, not realizing those are covered differently, and much more expensively, than second homes. While on the phone he tried to take it back that it was a farm, that he didn’t REALLY farm on it. Insurance carrier was like: “nope, you said it was a farm. too late to take that back.”
“Shirtless Ziggy”. OMG too funny
This one made me happy. And sad.
Years ago I frequented a big box store and ended up correcting the blue shirts as they would spread misinformation to other customers. It wasn’t like a job, I just liked browsing the store and would overhear some of the worst advice. I was compelled to correct it.
I was horrified to learn my parents paid their orange shirts an annual fee to maintain their computers and paid for some in-home installations. But my parents were happy, they’ve been extremely patient, and after hearing the work performed, I was like, “huh, that’s just what I would’ve done.”
Definitely a YMMV situation, but I think they’ve really upped their training. In the last 3 months, I’ve gone in there twice to seek their advice.
Good one. Now I’m going to be that guy and point out it’s most likely a semi-automatic. Automatic pistols aren’t really a thing. (Yes, I know they exist but unless you’re talking about the “uzi” style you see in the movies, they’re extremely rare.)
This comic is very real to me. I feel this way whenever I forget my hat or sunscreen. Tiny little arrows and all.