Retail Tales and Nonsense

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Xlibris Corporation LLC, 2010 - Humor - 110 pages
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Who Ya Bagging For? I have been told to bag for the cashier, the other bagger, or the supervisor. But very rarely have I been told to bag for the guest. This seems funny to me. Now if they wanted to tell me to take over for the other employee or the guest(s), that would make sense, but the easy, lazy way to communicate seems to be the only way they know how. You'd think someone that has the skills to do this job would at least know the difference between bagging for the cashier, etc., and the guests

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I was completely appalled at the level of filth in this book! I left it on my coffee table, and by accident, my 12 year old granddaughter found it. Well, she read some of it...and soon she was asking why the author wrote that he hoped his "motherfucking former employers burn in Hell!" What's the humor in that?! In other parts of the book, Mr Dichter attacks various special interest groups, implying them to be thieves and human garbage. This book is sickening & totally lacks both literary talent and humor. Mr Dichter seems to hate everybody and everything. Don't BUY this trash! 

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By far the most HATEFUL, moronic bunch of poorly written drool I have ever seen! Says it's "comedy," but is simply a Manifesto of lies and insults targeting a former employer. I doubt Mr. Dichter graduated High school, let alone any recognized institution of higher learning. The writing is monotonous, redundant, hurtful, malicious and almost unrecognizable as English. This book should be considered as an attack on others on a level that comes close to literary of the most poorly written books I've ever had the displeasure to see...I guess the First amendment protects the right of a sociopath to author a book as well.,,, 

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