"I'm sorry I haven't made a return
visit to your store, but I thought you should know why.
Sometimes I just want to buy some yarn or a pair of needles. I
don't want to make friends
necessarily and I don't want to hear how the current administration has
sold out the little guy.
Sick to death of bashing civil servants in the name of political
correctness. Your latest
tirade in support of communism clearly highlights exactly what makes
walking into your
store uncomfortable. Using language to avoid communication is
Say what you mean. If you want to have people visit your store
you probably shouldn't
sound like you need to beg customers to spend money so that you and
your family can
travel the world or become better educated so that you can use even
to malign capitalism. Isn't capitalism what you chose to promote
when you opened your
store? I should shop at your store because you have what I want,
right? If you just
wanted to make friends you could take a class at your neighborhood
join the peace corps, work for Meals on Wheels or work on your favorite
election by voluteering your time. I'm sure you are lovely people
and you mean well.
I just don't need all that extra camaraderie when I just want a skein
or two. Sorry.
That's the truth. I wish you well and I wish you joy."