Where to begin?
by donno - Posted Thu January 10, 2008 @ 3:10 PM
I haven't read any other comments, but the first thing that comes to mind is that you desperately need to be educated as to when to call 911. I find it hard to imagine the operator did not immediately tell you 911 is for emergencies, call your local police and hang up.
When my local McD' gets a delivery, what you describe takes place. As far as the tractor trailer in the DT, that is.
If I had prepared food and sold it to you, I would not take it back, unopened, for spite. If the food were defective, yes. An argument could be made that all McD's food is defective, but that is a different matter.
Beyond that, I can't say add anything constructive. Except this:
Jerry: "Excuse me I'd like to return this jacket."
Teller: "Certainly. May I ask why?"
Jerry: "........For spite..."
Jerry: "That's right. I don't care for the salesman that sold it to me."
Teller: "I don't think you can return an item for spite."
Jerry: "What do you mean?"
Teller: "Well if there was some problem with the garment. If it were unsatisfactory in some way,then
we could do it for you, but I'm afraid spite doesn't fit into any of our conditions for a refund"
Jerry: "That's ridiculous, I want to return it. What's the difference what the reason is."
Teller: "Let me speak with the manager...excuse me .............Bob!"
(walks over to the manager and whispers)
Teller "........spite....."(Manager walks over)
Bob: "What seems to be the problem?"
Jerry : "Well I want to return this jacket and she asked me why and I said for spite and now she
won't take it back."
Bob: "That's true. You can't return an item based purely on spite."
Jerry:. "Well So fine then ..then I don't want it and then that's why I'm returning it"
Bob: "Well you already said spite so......"
Jerry: "But I changed my mind.."
Bob: "No...you said spite...Too late."