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I have a couple who come into my hardware store on a regular basis. I always ask my customers if they are military or if they have a store card, so I can make sure to track their purchase for them or give them the 10% military discount. When I asked this couple that question, the husband said to me, ,”No, we are just poor white trash.” The second time they came in, I didn't recognize them yet and I asked the same question. He again repeated that they were just poor white trash. then he told me that they had gone to another hardware store not long ago and told the cashier there the same thing. The cashier responded with, “Oh, you're from blue mountain.” Well if you lived here in the Alabama town we are from, you would understand why that's so funny. It truly is a backwoods, redneck part of town, lol. The really funny ending to this story is that I recently purchased a 5-pound box of jewelry from eBay. it was well worth my money as I found several things that are sellable as is and also that I can take apart and make other things from. Hilariously, included in the box was a necklace that literally says WHITE TRASH! I'm going to put it in my vest-pocket, and the next time I see this couple come in, I will give it to them as a joke. I know we will all just die laughing!!!!
When the customer won't acknowledge you. Not a smile, not a look, nay… not a word. These people are not always difficult, but this sort of behavior is always rude. Thankfully it doesn't happen very often. Don't be aggressive. I will not be bullied and neither will my managers. You're less likely to get what you want by being an ass. If you're trying to return something, it's not our fault if you don't have your receipt. We will try to find it for you but we can only go back 90 days. If you have no clue when you bought it or how you paid for it, that makes it extremely difficult. Of course this is usually the case with these people. We have a 90-day return policy anyway, 30 days for electrical and outdoor appliances. Customers are offered a warranty when they buy the product. Most choose not to purchase it and in so doing, they must deal with the manufacturer. two of the rudest customers I've had in a very long time came in a few days ago. They immediately started yelling at me and telling me they would leave as soon as they got their receipt. Seeing as I had had nothing to do with them prior to this remark, I had absolutely no idea what receipt they were talking about. Luckily I had been told by a manager that there would be a customer coming who had paid for flooring and all they needed was to sign a document. So I asked them if it was flooring they needed a receipt for. They said yes in a very rude manner. The wife of the couple told me that I had been their cashier, and apparently I had done something she didn't like. I told her that it was not my initials on the receipt and that I'm sorry I do not recall ringing up any flooring.She kept insisting that I was their cashier, as if it was a horrible crime that I had committed. I said I'm sorry but I haven't done anything to hurt you. I apologize for your trouble. It turns out that their flooring had been sold by invoice, meaning that the sale had been pre arranged and put into the computer by the sales person from the flooring Department. That person had figured their military discount into the price of the flooring, so it was already included. The reason they were so upset was they wanted it to be taken again at the register. Every single one of the managers in the store, a total of 7 people, try to explain to them what had happened but they weren't having it. my manager stayed strong and didn't give in and give them a second discount because of the Tantrum they were throwing. When they walked out they said they would go to the Oxford store from now on. Gracious goodness I hope so!!!!!
from what Ive seen in my area , Florida most of us Veterans drive Fords , then 2nd would be Chevy's ( I dont get it I mean if your going to have a truck might as well get a real truck ,LOL ) 3rd would be Toyotas p/u, 4th would be Dodge's , 5th Nissans an Hondas One thing that may play into this is the time frame the Veteran Served , for awhile the Military had a large fleet of Chevys they didnt last long 1980- 1987 they were called M1008 , basic p/u , some turned into Troop carriers , some turned into Medic vac units , , Then couple years prior 1975–1978 The Military went with Dodges an well those didnt last very many years either they were called M880 an they were used as basic p/u , troop carrier , Medic Vac units , an as A mobile field service truck to repair various military equipment ( as a SGT I was assigned one of these for mobile field repair an had 2 other vechiles that my squad ran around in 2–3 men per truck , I had a 12 man Squad the other guys would hang out at where every our temp base camp was doing repairs I also had a M88 recovery tank ( the beast ) in my squad Of course everyone knows The Army used Jeeps , well in 1966 ? Ford got the contract to supply Jeeps , called M151 . We did everything you can think of with a jeep , from light infantry attack vechile with a .50 machine gun in the back to of course medic vac ,to basic GI transportation , prior to this it was made by Willis an was called M38 , there was also a 3/4 ton truck Dodge M37 made in late 50's to the late 60's , I could go on an on about various vechiles the military used Chevy CUCV Truck, Cargo, 1 1/4 ton, 4x4 M-1008 Dodge CUCV M880 Willys MB / Ford GPW Military Jeeps M88 Hercules Heavy Equipment Recovery Vehicle, ( The Beast ) our older one was a M78 F-150 takes top spot among troops in USAA vehicle-sales rankings Also most MFG offer military discounts when you buy thru the govt , yes as a Service Member you can buy direct thru the mfg an get a sizeable discount on your new car or truck . So there you go not a complete breakdown as like I said I could go on an on , Ive given you a few links about the info posted , an with those you can go hog wild if you chose to do so ,
Hi.. This is kinda interesting, reminds me of the who do you like better MaryAnne or Ginger, OR maybe what do you like better Ford or Chevy. My current debut is more between Sam’s Club and Cosco Club. Ok, I actually have an account with both stores..as I do with Sams and Cosco. They all seem to sell the same, but different stuff. I enjoy having a choice, and I’ll bet you like having options as well. I purchased a Dishwasher for the house last year. Both stores Home Depot and LOWES had sales on various brands…it was kinda hard choice where to go… I was looking for sales support, and I was able to ask the lady at LOWES which would you buy. She was pretty nice about the whole thing, pointed out pro and con’s between a few brands. She kinda looked at this, from a house MOM point of view, since I didn’t know what I really wanted… Bottom line, I went with LOWES, they delivered quickly, took away the old washer, which quit working, I received an unexpected military discount since I am a vet of 33 years of wearing a uniform for my country… AND as it turns out it wasn’t just a sale to make a sale, but my new unit works very nicely, very quiet, and it seems this was a good choice, for me based on the recommendations of the Saleslady at LOWES... I still go to Home Depot for stuff pretty regular, when I need something, without help..but the Lowes people seem a little friendlier to me.. BUT..I do like having a choice…BTY…I’m more of a MaryAnne fan/ Chevy Fan… Good Luck Dave
My ex was a brat. His car was new, fast, and paid for by mommy. His parents let him drink at 14, live on his own at 16, drive on his permit without an adult, and pretty much do whatever whenever he pleased. And that's not close to all of it. For some reason, I ignored this because I thought he was the one. Yes, I still cringe about those times. To the story: It was chilly outside, and we had decided to go to Chevy's. They was when I was a senior in high school, so we were both 17-18. Not the most glamorous of food choices, but I was sad and wanted some Mexican food to cheer me up. I ordered a small soup and water, and he a large dinner and drink. Now he was an EXTREME cheapskate. I'm talking dumpster diving for computers, eating only one a day from food from the dollar tree, never buying me meals cheapskate. It would be different if he had little money, but I know he was loaded. He was even bragging about getting a new car because his 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid was not "good enough". Some people.... Now that my ranting is done - Our meal concluded like it started, quiet, and uneventful. He knew we were on rocky terms and paid for the meal (he never paid for me). But, not before putting down his dependent military ID and a coupon. The waitress came back and stated that she could only use on discount per transaction. He suggested we spilt the bill, coupon on mine, ID on his (Note: He was using his dependent ID to get an active military discount. I loathed him every time he pulled that card out. This was on multiple occasions). The waitress went back to talk to her manager (I presume) and returned saying it was one discount per table. He took personal offence to this. He started saying how he was going to not pay for any of the food then, at how outrageous they were. He asks to speak to the owner, and is given a business card. I was ready to explode and pull the waitress to the side, telling her how sorry I was, and to just give me the check. I eventually pay, storm out, and sit in the car, waiting for him to take me home. He knew he was in deep shit, and quietly slid into the front seat. He puts the card on the center console and starts the car. Here was our ensuing conversation: Me: "Why" Ex: "What?" Me: "Why did you do that? Every time we go out to dinner it's the same thing! You complain, you argue with the wait-staff, and then we fight. It's every goddam time" Ex: "She wasn't giving me the discount!" Me: "Why didn't you just use the coupon and say 'okay' like a normal person?" Ex: "I wanted to save the money" Me: "It was 2 dollars! Never take me out ever again. No dinners, no movies, no where. I can't stand to be around you, all you do is complain" To say the least, we didn't last much longer after that. Well, that and a 4. hour impromptu drive into the mountains during a snowstorm when he said it would be a 30min drive down the road. Author's Note: This is the same person as in my worst date experience post.
Least significant. Let's see.... Well, if you take out all the reelected presidents (McKinley, Wilson, FDR, Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan, Clinton, GW Bush, and Obama). And you need to take out the presidents that served a majority of their predecessors term and got elected (TR, Coolidge, and Truman). We are left with Taft, Harding, Hoover, JFK, LBJ, Ford, Carter, and GHW Bush. On a legislation level, you need to take out LBJ. I think you also need to take out Carter and GHW Bush both for foreign policy significance (both good and bad on both). Taft and Hoover both served full terms in office and while they might be discountable, they both had same party control in the Senate for 4 years in while in office and had control of the House for the first 2 years of their term. Both Taft and Hoover were able to get part of their agenda passed. So Harding, JFK and Ford. I think the impact of JFK on certain foreign policy and military crises may be a reason to give him a pass here. His groundwork on Civil Rights, however, is the real reason to make JFK significant. Harding was a mediocre US Senator and was president for a little more than 2 years. Ford, although president for a similarly brief 2 year stint, was a member of the minority party in the House. While Ford did not introduce a lot of bills, he was known as a negotiator and reconciler in the House. He was also termed the "Congressman's Congressman". While often derided a stupid (mostly by LBJ), he was clearly politically gifted enough to become minority leader. I would say Harding with Ford as a distant second.
For one year, he would have the 3rd strongest military in the world. Again, that’s for one year, which means he’ll have just enough time to cause a huge mess, and if Iraq taught us anything, fixing stuff takes longer than three months. So having completely liquidated himself, he would have enough to mess up any number of nations for decades a few times over. But even that is misleading. You see, the US military isn’t ,all ,one year old. In fact, most of it is significantly older than that. As you can see, some of the technology the American military super force is built upon is older than 90% of the people who will ever read this answer. That actually suggests that the technology itself is old but we keep buying like the M2 Browning. The M2 Browning Heavy Machine Gun is a weapon almost identical for nearly a century. If it ain’t broke… But there are a few pieces of actual equipment that have been in use for three generations of warfighters constantly kept alive through the diligence of a literal army of technicians. A huge chunk of that budget everyone is so enamoured with is spent in replacement and repairs. For perspective, there are some military aircraft with systems so complex that for every hour of flight, they require 40 hours of maintenance from teams of qualified engineers. Think of flying such a pretty bird as the Cobra attack helicopter in dusty desert environments like Iraq’s Al Anbar province or the mountains and valleys of Afghanistan. All that to say that these military budgets aren’t spent in cool places like buying new fleets of superweapons every year. Very little is new in the US military, certainly very little is only one year old. So sorry Bill, — wait, my mistake… Emperor von Gatesellgraude, is going to have to start from scratch with all new equipment and doesn’t get to play with his old toys like we do. That’s going to set him ,significantly ,farther back in the rankings, as he’s creating an entirely brand new force. Let’s keep it easy. How many supercarriers can he buy? Those are a good litmus test for superpower status. Gerald R Ford-Class Super Carriers, what a beauty. The newest model is roughly $10 billion a unit. Wow. That sucks. Well, still, 8 super carriers is pretty good. But don’t those carry planes? Actually, aren’t they useless without planes? Okay, fair enough. How about F-35s? Those are pretty good. $122 million a unit. Crap. And with a compliment of 60 aircraft on the Ford, that’s… $7.3 billion. Okay, so discounting the men to steer the ship, the uranium to fuel, or a place to park the thing, to say nothing for bullets and bombs to actually make those planes worth anything, we are looking a price tag of $17.3 billion just to buy the ship and the pretty birds to fly it. That’s… ah… doable. Wait… what do you mean carrier ,group? So we need more ships? Oh yes, we need lots more. See? Look at all these pretty ships we’re going to need to build up our Gatesistan liberation force. Oh, yeah, bunches of boats. Destroyers for anti-aircraft, frigates for enemy subs, missiles ships for all kinds of fun stuff, and don’t forget subs. Subs are cool. Especially subs with nukes. Oh and don’t forget replenishment ships. Turns out sailors really like food. You’re going to to want to give them food. All those fancy ships also cost money and… Yeah the realities just became reality. We haven’t even talked about an army to secure whatever territory he desires to subjugate… supposedly for the purposes of forcing mass immunization. There’s also no talk of a Marine Corps to create a beachhead. No Air Force. My goodness, no Air Force! Are we aware that the B-2 is a plane that costs $2 Billion ,each? ,We can barely afford to put out a single carrier strike group to sea, don’t know how we’re going to man it, have no means of providing air superiority, and no boots on the ground once we get where we’re going. Point being, while he could technically meet the annual requirements of having the 3rd most well funded military force for one year… ,one year… ,he doesn’t have the wealth to completely build a military from scratch that would make the top 10. If he’s lucky, if he’s thrifty, and he downgrades heavily from the top tier equipment and armaments so as to create a well rounded force, he might be able to build a military in the top 30. Which… Actually… top 30 is pretty dang good for just one dude. Well done, Emperor. Well done, indeed. Liked this? You might also like my, ,YouTube Channel,. You can also connect with ,The War Elephant, on Facebook. If you want to help me make more content like this, please visit my ,Patreon Page, ,to find out more.