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PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2005 6:18 pm
by Alektron
A customer getting ignored in a store happens to everyone sometimes, I think. I would be genuinely suprised if they are ignoring you because of a perceived race. Do the floor people really give a #%$T about race? Usually they are truly busy or perhaps trying to avoid working. Did you actually see an employee look at you and walk on and help another customer with the same demeanor as you? Why it is known as "the race card" is because there's no proof of discrimination, so people get tired of hearing what sounds like a baseless accusation.

Actually, I generally don't like it when I am asked if I need help. I usually find a floor saleperson/clerk when I need help.

As for Buslink, it seems like an off-brand product and lower performance. I wouldn't ever buy it.