He went on to complain about service and insult the cashier. I really wanted to shout off a few choice words to the a-hole. However, I noticed the cashier wasn’t bothered at all. She continued smiling as she scanned the items and carefully put them aside. Even her tone was pleasant when she read the price of the items and wished him a good day. This happened to a nurse friend of mine. She was feeling unwell and the town in which she lived (which is quite small ) all of the sudden had 150 cases within a 10-day span. She went to one of those testing sites, where they come out to test you in your car. They gave her a very ambiguous note for her employer that she was being tested.
My husband and I had a certificate for a overnight stay and dinner at a local hotel that has a very nice steakhouse attached to it. We have eaten there a few times and the food has always been delicious and the service impeccable. It is expensive but also well worth it. We scheduled our stay at the hotel and I was really looking forward to it at it was out first overnight away from out son since he was born almost a year before.
There is no model of herd immunity. Our officials have realized that out best chance to come out on top of this without loosing too many lives and too much money is to try and limit the amount of seriously ill so that there wont be a HUGE strain on our health care system. So, the model is trying to spread it out over time.
So we get to our table and the waiter mentions my husband looks familiar. My husband asks him if he ever worked at the casino and he said that he had. My husband works at the casino so that’s how he knew him. The waiters whole demeanor changed after that. Gone was the super polite waiter and he was replaced by a rather cocky condescending attitude. I think it was because he realized that my husband works at the casino and while we are not hurting for money we aren’t the kind of people that go to a restaurant like we were at for our weekly Sunday dinner. So we both get appetizers, soup and a entrée.
We go through the soup and the appetizers and when he delivers out entrees he says “wow, you guys still have room, you’ve eaten a lot” with a look of disgust. Now both my husband and I are a little larger but we dont get to enjoy dinners by ourseves often so yes we were indulging. Either way it was rude to point out (besides more money the larger the tip) I ignored it though and we enjoyed our meal. At the end of it (we both had dessert too!) he comes with the bill and explains to us that the tip is based off of the total and not the amount that was over the certificate we had.
There was no Dr’s name, as it was being run by the town, and anyone who felt as though they should be tested could come down for a free test. Her job (she was just hired as a subacute charge nurse for a facility), actually it was the HR department, harassed her mornings and end of business days, with multiple phone calls. She got to the point where she was just letting it go to voicemail bc they said that they required something with a Dr’s signature. However, everyone knew that the town had hired a laboratory and was doing this testing on its own. Since she was a brand new employee, she didn’t have insurance.