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Perpetual rudeness

Certainly has gotten out of hand.
I sure dislike ever being a "Karen" but today, smear me with the lipstick because "I WANT TO SPEAK TO THE MANAGER!!!"
I just got done putting in the following complaint at Walmart com:
Horrific experience. Worst ever at any Walmart anywhere. Repeatedly requesting "Rosalba" to help me find an item, she ignored me, plinking on her phone. There's no way she didn't hear. I finally found what I wanted without her help.
This wouldn't be so bad on its own had it not been for twice nearly colliding with 2 other Walmart employees, same visit, same thing: plinking on their damn phones rather than paying attention to anything around them.
I'll drive to any other location from now on.

Wally's site apparently has a 500 character limit, or I would have unloaded on them more.

Tell me, DU'ers...
Is it just me or has the concept of customer service gone completely kaflook? Help shortage or not this seemed extraordinary.
Next time I'll remember to fall on the floor then call an injury attorney.
(Kidding. I could never be that jaded. But sometimes... sometines...)

It's true. You just can't get good help these days.

While I was in Arizona I thought I'd get a small patch of dirt capped with cement to help with mud control in the rain. Uncertain just who to call, finally finding the listing for cementery in the yellow pages, I called stating I would need their services, gave my address. I thought the funny typo leaving out the "N" in their listing to be sort of odd, but some publications don't do good proofreading I suppose.
I waited and waited all afternoon. Funny part is some traveling salesman stopped by while I was waiting to sell me a burial plot and funeral plan on installments, but the cement truck never arrived.
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