Was the pharmacist attentive during your "long talk"?
The pharmacist initiated the long chat. I mostly listened. I did, at one point, say "I have have quite a few shares of stock. Think they're a long-term investment?"
You go to great lengths to invent a scenario that you know nothing about, yet demonstrate how little actual interest you have in WAG but not posing the most obvious question from the outset: "What did the pharmacist say?"
It's Pope, from years ago.
He claims to be a tax accountant and will switch his story about his Walgreens contact from a "client" to his "sister".
He was an idiot then, and he hasn't gotten any better.
Perhaps you can better describe the "busy" scene you referred to?
What you're saying in your post is that prosecuting attorneys shouldn't ever prosecute crimes because they "weren't there, the accused was. They know no facts that they can possibly have straight, yet they claim that they do" Yes. Let me explain it to you. What they do is they take they take the statement - like I did with you (your posts).... the "facts" as you wrote them - busy pharmacy, long talk with the pharmacist....and then, based on the application of common sense, which you seem to have none, determined that your "long talk" resulted in others having to wait.
But you're right. I wasn't there. Perhaps the pharmacist determined you to be the loon you seem to be, and blew you off, half listening to you while you tried to glean anecdotal evidence (at best). It IS possible that (s)he completely ignored you, only giving you the IMPRESSION that (s)he actually cared.
So fill in the blanks for us. Was the pharmacist attentive during your "long talk"? Or whas the pharmacist inattentive - giving you cursory answers while completing the tasks?
By the way, try going to a business - any business - and ask the attendant if business is busy. I'd be willing to bet that over 95% of the time, the person will say it is busy. What are they going to tell you? That they are 2 days from closing due to lack of business? Get real.
"Guess we now now who's right and who's REALLY "delusional". Isn't that right?"
Did that thought come to you in the form of arf, arf, arf or was it woof, woof, woof?
You said I was "delusional".
I said I had the facts straight.
-- And? I can say "Earth is flat!" That won't make it go flat. But your scenario is even more delusional. I was there, you weren't. You know no facts that you can possibly have straight, yet you claim that you do. That's delusional.
Guess we now now who's right and who's REALLY "delusional". Isn't that right?
-- Yes, indeed.