My dog's vet prescribed an unusual medication that was surprisingly cheaper at Walgreens than at Walmart. So... I had to sign my dog up for a Prescription Savings Card in order to order his prescription from Walgreens. Okay. No problem. I don't particularly care for Walgreens as most of you know, but my pet comes first.
So I go to the pharmacy counter to pick up his ordered medication. NOW they need to verify his identity before releasing his meds. THIS IS A DOG! So I have to go through the extreme game of providing his address and phone number, since he has no drivers license. HE'S A DOG. DUH! Does Walgreens think he will answer the phone, if they call? I told the Pharmacy Manager that it was medicine for my dog. She didn't care.
After waiting a half hour at the counter behind 6 other customers, watching while the drive-thru girl who had NO CUSTOMERS and would rather look vacantly out the window than wait on customers suffering INTERMINABLE waits in the pharmacy queue, I finally paid for the bag with my pet's medication. Escape time!
But, now, the real adventure was about to commence. Nearing the exit, Walgreens has erected metal bars seperating the store's entrance and exit. Turnstiles turn just one way, so you can't enter thru the exit or vice versa.
Nearing the exit, numerous previous customers had discarded shopping carts in the register area, after completing their purchase. Why not? They didn't need a cart for a piddly few items, and the store provided no place to return them to. So there were a dozen or so carts in the aisle, blocking the exit.
The main register... the one with the cigarettes (so noted)... had a senior in a walker. The other register... I assume the back-up/overflow register... had a heavy and heavily tatooed/pierced girl on it, waiting on a customer. When this client was done paying for his purchase, he became quite upset because all the carts blocked his exit. The Walgreens clerk became ENRAGED and began screaming at the customer that it wasn't HER fault that the carts were left there and she wasn't a housekeeper.
This Walgreens employee then proceeded to come out from behind the register and THROW a shopping cart at the door where the previous customer had just left. An amazing display, I must note.
What a disgraceful place to shop!
Next time I'll just pay more at Walmart or elsewhere!
When are you going to list the "90%" of my links that are "lies" or "half-truths".
Try remedial reading. What I said was this:
"Excepting about 10% (rough guess) which is accidentally factual, your statements that aren't half-truths are lies. Not all that difficult to sort out."
If you like, you can start with this oft-repeated lie of yours:
"Walgreens Stock Price Keeps Going up, Up, UP!!!!"
The fact that it bothers you, a known lying basher, is very interesting.
Not a liar, and the only thing I bash here is your inane pumping.
The only way the story "bothers" me is its confirmation of reservations about WAG.
Yes. Pathetic dodge of the observation that it's odd that you, a known lying pumper, would want to keep repeating a story that makes Walgreens look bad. Not exactly the sharpest knife in the drawer, are ya, little fella?
You didn't ask a question, Stupid.
And YOU dodged it.
Stupid and dishonest, you're almost as dumb as yank. He libels Walgreens, Kermit Crawford, and Greg Wasson and then identifies himself.
You have yet to point out even ONE of my links that you say is a "lie" or even a "half-truth". So I guess that make YOU a liar. Why are you so dishonest?
Rather pathetic dodge there.
Blackmail is one of the Key issues of HIPPA, By using Private patient medical information one could cause loss of Health Insurance, Denial of Financial loans, Social outcast, I remember this because of what it did to the Hemophilia population who received blood transfusions and the social discrimination around them.
It is a very Powerful law and both legislative houses supports it...
Stock manipulation is a issue that the SEC has yet to Correct in regards to Social media employee's.
But it is comming...