After having ordered and prepaid in effort to resolve fears others might have with the media driven coronavirus, I went to pick up my order. Upon entering I was yelled at because I didn’t have a mask on. Now consider a couple things; if I have a concealed carry license and I enter a business establishment with a mask I’m committing a felony, and secondly what if I have a breathing problem? Do I in turn need to become equally loud and describe my reasons in front of other potential customers as to why I don’t? I believe we both know I’d be refused service even after having paid and after explaining my reasons for not having a mask on for such a brief moment. I believe the county order stated ‘or 6 ft of distance’ for people like myself. Nevertheless, I walked back to grab a mask and as much as I wanted to pull my gun out and ask if she was happy now, I equally felt that’d be wrong too. Upon reentry I was given my order by a much more pleasant woman, and I say that because of her smile. I didn’t think anything of it before I walked away because quite frankly I was still wheeling about being yelled at and I don’t usually complain. Do you see anything wrong with the circumstances? Perhaps I should enter buildings and yell you should started believing in Jesus!
If you need me to help figure this part out, then you've got bigger issues. Treating customers with respect used to be easy. Enforcing policy upon employees is a prerogative, but I handled my end of the deal with more compassion and understanding than was received and that's not good business practice. I don't aim to get anyone in trouble especially for offering a smile, I really just don't appreciate it when people raise their voices to me; especially when I'm paying.