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What I Wanted to Tell the Charity Auction-Winning Customers Who Created Chaos in My Store

They said that glasses were cheaper at Wal-Mart.

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What I Wanted to Tell the Charity Auction-Winning Customers Who Created Chaos in My Store

“This isn’t Wal-Mart. And you can take your prescription anywhere and have it filled.”

To the couple who’d purchased a gift certificate at a silent auction. They came in and were truly the rudest people I have ever experienced. Their large, pre-teen kids were riding around the store on the baby car, doing cartwheels. And then they declared, “Glasses are so much cheaper at Wal-Mart.”

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