participant "N" had this to say:
"hmm..... now that's a question! I
supposed it has more to do with the relationship you might have
had with the person who used to be behind the counter. For
example, the old person behind the counter was a nice old Jewish
man who always wanted to fix you up with his useless grandson.
"But such potential he has!" Well................. I
can't help but wonder if you think you were recently slighted in
and Alienation played a large role in the responses received. This
"By the way, at the risk of offending
many of those who responded...................... Anyone answering
A or B just thinks to much of themselves. They probably take it
personally when a traffic light turns red "on them" just
as their car gets there too. "
understandable. But "K", I think, didn't catch the
intended spirit of the question and read it straight on; it
inadvertently implies that "too much" is a burden of
sorts. Discovering that the new person gives too much is, in fact,
a windfall. Further to this, standard practice dictates that one
should wait for the new person, avoiding at all costs the
experienced counter person. "Oh, I haven't decided yet",
is what you tell them.
Back, back I