So let me get this straight, you don't mind getting porked when it comes to your hard earned money, as long as its five bucks or under?
To be fair with you I kind of see your point an all, but to me part of the reason this kind of s*** goes on is because people have become way to passive, in other words they turn a blind eye to it all, and drive or walk away getting the short end of the stick. As you I also have done the same thing, such as with your example with McDonald's, ya I have been shorted a burger or two in my time, deciding that to turn around and go back was more of a hassle than just taking the loss of a couple of cheese burgers. But it is something that I don't like, and if it becomes a chronic issue with a particular franchise, then I eventually end up going completely postal on their ass.
As for this guy's son getting taken at the show with the vendors tagging on an extra five bucks, sorry that was indeed a load of bulls***, and they need the horn blown on them. And even though it was only a few extra bucks that had been tagged on, fact is that when you add that all up at the end of the day, well you can bet your ass it adds up to a whole lot more than just a few extra bucks. Why do you think it is that big business gets so upset with an actual few pennies, despite the fact that its only pennies they may be counting, when its multiplied by a hundred fold, well its no longer a few cents here & there, it hundreds, even thousands of dollars a company may save, or potentially lose. So do I think that it’s the right thing to do with this guy blowing the horn on em? You bet your sweet ass I do, because who’s to say these vendors are not just simply pocketing the extra money, via short changing Ozzy and Sharon? I suppose your ok with maybe even Ozzy not getting his due, oh he’s rich, no big deal. Whatever wrong is f***in wrong, don’t matter what excuses you make in the end of the day, robbing someone is just delinquent behavior!
Note to myself; never go into business with the likes of you guys! lol
<cite>"Being sober on a bus is, like, totally different than being drunk on a bus."</cite> - <strong>Ozzy Osbourne</strong>
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