This is the first time I have written you and what I would like to relate is of no consequence given the state of our country and world, but it was just a crappy start to my day.
I was in the wawa store located on S. Salisbury Blvd. on the "s" turn, I was third in line waiting to check out. There were at least 6 or 7 people behind me. This was the only register open and was manned by the manager. When the customer at the register was finished and the lady ahead of me started toward the register to check out, a "suit" walked up carrying coffee and a paper, looked at the lady who was next, said nothing, and stepped up to the register. The lady, obviously too polite to say anything, acquiesced, and the manager proceeded to check him out. He obviously knew the "suit", as he referred to him as "Dale", chatting about buying gold and silver. This speaks, not only to the total arrogance of the "suit" named Dale, but to the total disregard on the manager's part for his other customers who were patiently waiting their turn in line. I know this is nothing but an irritation in an ugly world, but I thought it bore mentioning.