Ok, I'm going to try to get this finished before the electricity goes off. Lots of "Boom, Booms" and there is really nothing on the map for us in my area...which is really not making me feel too confident! You know when those storms come so quickly they can't warn...ugh! There is a whole bunch coming in the area but....
I should go to bed. I sleep better during thunderstorms. I'm not sure why? Well, not the ones that rattle everything and make you want to grab the person next to you...that is if you have someone! :-)
Did you all see this about employees getting nasty with customers? Wow! I'd say I can't belive it, but unfortunately...I can! So Sad though! The problem is that so many get so upset & do swear etc that some don't understand there are times it is reasonable to be upset. There are times one has every right to be upset about something. Like these cases, they do have the right to be upset about what these employees did. It is just how you handle it or express it which makes the difference. Yelling back or becoming aggressive etc is certainly not the correct choice. Oh & apparently, "freaking" is not a swear word? I guess I'm getting old?
I have been also contemplating the word "rude" lately. I'm wondering if the definition has changed. Seems some find telling someone they can't have what they want is rude today. For example, telling someone you ran out of an item, they are speeding (like in my previous entry!), the due date has passed etc. is being rude now. I don't know, but I didn't think that was being rude. I thought it is was more on how you said something, for example swearing or saying something like, "Well, that is what you get for always thinking you are better than everyone" or something like that...even if you think it is true. Merely stating a policy or fact to me doesn't qualify. Seems everyone agrees with a policy/law until it hurts them in some way. When they can't speed or still get an item, or turn something in. How is it a bank is rude for closing on time? Now if they are closing early then I agree that is rude!
Well what do you think?