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February 18, 2006

hung over

i'm concerned in the rise of baby litter. in the starbucks near me people leave strollers in the middle of the aisle. people look at you funny if you ask a baby to move. they look even funnier if you start yelling at the baby. if you took a bicycle into a strabucks you would keep it close to you and be very wary of other people. not so with baby litter.

stop baby littering.

edited to add:

i'm sorry. just not feeling very good today. you can litter the babies if you like. i'll just step around.


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Uuh...Yer not going to like this, but...don't go to Starbucks.

GASP!

I've heard the 7-11 around the corner "ages" each ot of java 3 days...

Or just accept the fact that people ALREADY look at you funny. I did and I much better now.

[Choir SFX] Aaaaaaaaa-men.

Posted by: DIYvideoGuy [TypeKey Profile Page] at February 18, 2006 12:59 PM

..."pot of java..."

Posted by: DIYvideoGuy [TypeKey Profile Page] at February 18, 2006 1:00 PM

There should be special aisles or sound-proof parking areas for children at Starbuck's, and at other major chains such as Albertson's or Safeway.

Why should civilized adults who've made an educated and informed decision to not have children be forced to follow or stand within 4 feet of screaming, crying children in those ridiculous "car" shopping carts? Why not provide checkout lines for this particular group? That way, civilized adults can stand in line to purchase their items without fear of noise or bacterial infection. That seems fair, doesn't it?

I mean, why should I have to listen to your screaming, unruly child while standing in line for coffee?

Posted by: large marge [TypeKey Profile Page] at February 24, 2006 9:03 PM

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