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Resposibility ....

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happysurfer
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Why do hunters think it's a retail workers responsibility to make sure they get the right license? I witnessed a hunter a couple of days ago chewing out a sales clerk for supposedly selling him the wrong license . The hunter evidently had actually told the clerk the license he wanted but had asked for the wrong one. So whose fault is that? I see this alot in our society ,i.e. blaming others for our decisions. How many times do we say buy something then not read the manual/instructions then gripe about it not working right? In the above examaple per hunting I noticed FREE hunting manuals laying around the buisness and I imagine the disgruntled hunter shoud be able to afford that FREE Indiana Hunting Manual after all the money he had put into his Guns and such plus some of the time he spent in a tree stand or in a hunting blind could be put to use reading it.
It perturbs me when I hear things like a kid playing in his friends yard getting hurt then his parents suing the other parents basically because their kid was being well a kid. I could go on & on but you get what I mean.

happysurfer
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well again...

The other day I seen a customer getting smart a**** with a retail worker. The Custome asked for a chair type object to put in his bed, well the customer actually wanted something more along the lines of a cushion type device which had a couple of extensions extending from it's sides. You know saying "chair" or "cushion" can give two very different ideas .

Good nite people when we ask for a service we have to communicate what we want,the provider can't read our minds. Honestly is it that hard not to be ignorant when you walk into a Mall,a Wal-Mart, a Target, a McDonalds or a True Value? Is it that hard not to show ignorance?

happysurfer
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Oh come on????

No replies?? It seems a pretty good subject,i.e. lack of acceptance of responsibility out there.