> On one level it's funny as hell, but on another if I were the store owner I'd go
> after her ass.
But what is so difficult about watching her actually pay for someone else's purchase first? Confirmation is apparently a difficult thing for these people in Colubus to comprehend now. That is the first lesson I see in that story. Never visit Columbus' retail outlets, people are quite irrational.
Versus that cliche of believing everything someone tells you. Yeah, that is how life works. Apparently people in Ohio have difficulty in comprehending that most of the world is actually quite false. Someone shouts something, means that you are obligated to now 100% believe it.
Why couldn't they just ackowledge it versus proceeding to act like jerks themselves in that store? This only makes Columbus seem a whole lot worse a place to visit.