I thought Marc37's story was hilarious. I'm willing to give him the benefit of doubt, and believe that, instead of actively pushing her with two arms outstretched, he merely bumped into her on purpose causing her to lose her footing (she was probably wearing expensive heels) and fell into a gutter. I find it hilarious that people are using a single post of his to judge his character. He's no regular troll (unlike some others.) It's just one post on one silly situation. It's not like he's flaming people with personal attacks. It's not like he's pretending to be someone he's not. That makes him ok in my book. But, I guess I'm one of the few who appreciates comedy and hyperbole. I'm just curious as to how management is treating these snobby salespeople. I'm sure they realize that they're losing potential customers this way. I wonder how much money some stores lose because the people inside are intent on acting like jackholes. Sure, the salespeople here follow me around and such (even when I'm not wearing a skimask) but I always thought that to be part of their training, especially since they offer to answer more questions than to demand that I put the merchandise down. There's one thing I really hate, though, and this has nothing to do with snobbishness as much as it has to do with their job training. Every single time, when I'm looking at shirts and ties, a lady zones in on me to "help." This "help" consists of her taking a tie, knotting it, and placing it under a shirt. This shirt is either solid white or light blue. One time a lady (again, trying to be helpful) took a blue tie, knotted it, and placed it under a light blue shirt. I had to resist slapping my forehead. Edit: My new avatar is from the movie "Officespace" by Mike Judge. In this scene, a man takes his vengeance not on a man (or woman) but... on a printer.