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Old 06-18-2012, 03:23 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by c3shooter View Post
Great little website- notalwaysright.com publishes a couple of short stories each day about dealing with customers. Here's one-
I don't need to read that, I was a Sales / Floor manager at a Circuit City store in a very richy/snobby part of California. I could write a book on idiot customers that I had to keep happy since they spent a lot of money at my location. Luckily, due to there ignorance, I was able to sell a lot of installation services and make a lot more on my monthly bonuses.
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While working at Circuit City was the first time I heard some one say, "The things people do when I don't have a gun". I still use that phrase on a regular basis. It gives me comfort. Of course now I say it more about employees than customers.

When injustice becomes law, rebellion becomes duty.

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