Some more farm structures for you today. I enjoy making images of farm buildings. I especially like to make images of buildings that have some wear and tear on them but still serve a useful purpose.
I’m wondering if customer service is a dying art? Jeanne and I went out around 5:00 p.m. to look at a new computer for her. We had talked about what she wanted in her new laptop and so we went to two of the big box stores in town. Our first stop was frustrating because no one acknowledged our presence even though we were there about 15 minutes and actually found one that we probably would have purchased. Finally after not finding anyone to help us we walked out.
On to the next store where again we looked for several minutes when finally this guy with a real attitude of I don’t give a crap showed up and basically said “Want some help?” We told him we had found a computer we’d like to purchase if he had it in stock. With a sigh of frustration he disappeared only to come back a few minutes later to say that he did not. “You can stop in Tuesday and see if we have it then.” Uh, no thank you we’ll do what we should have done in the first place.
Log on to Amazon.com, find the exact same machine for a few dollars less and it will arrive Wednesday. No sales tax, no hassle and no attitude. So much for trying to support the local stores. They have to meet us half way.
That’s it for today. Sorry for the rant but poor customer service just pushes my buttons. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your day and be careful.