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In the Dark Ages, before register scanners, Readers Digest (an actual print magazine) had a story about someone in a checkout line (pre-Corona virus, no social distancing) and two customers in front of that person a shopper had an item that had no price sticker (remember those impossible to remove items?). The clerk picked up their mike (no headset) and asked for a price check. The person needing the price check bemoaned, " Why is it that if there is only one item on the shelf that has no price sticker, that is the one I’ll pick up?" and the person next to them said, “Yes, and how is it that I am always next in line to you?”
Did not see that one coming. Shame on me.
It ain’t nuthin to Pierpoint!
That would be Gunther.
Trying to get us to make your list for you. You are good at this.
Almost feeling sorry for Gunther. Almost
Not. One. Bit. Funny.
Maybe to show us that innocence and decency aren’t just words.
Thanks Stephan, I needed this.
Yesterday morning I joined the geezers at Krogers to buy some groceries. I had a nice conversation with the young lady who checked me out and as I left I thanked her for being there. She in turn thanked me for appreciating her. And yes smiles are contagious and wonderful.