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shit happens all the time. i went in to future shop a couple months ago because i needed a 2gig ram card, but it had to be the short output (SO-DIMM), which is the ram that laptops and most macs use, and when i asked if they had any the dude was like 'uhhhh, all the ram is right there'. 'yeah so, which is the short output?' and he starts reading packages and then says 'BRB gotta get my fellow employee for a quick consult' who also didn't know
world is just full of bullshitters. i think im the only person who actually takes pride in knowing things when i work someplace. i've spent a lot of time working retail and you would never come up to me with a question (and a very basic one, at that) that would leave me completely stumped..
it's a horrendous exaggeration, i know. but i mean, even people i worked with would just say whatever the customer wants to hear to have them buy something, as most people will do. feed out bullshit, let them eat it up, self back pat, success.
Working down in Houston, I understandably get hee haw ever done, or even attempted on my ski's here.... just wait until im in Breck etc... it just isn't worth the risk and/or time to explain shit...