- Motto: "I'd've written a shorter post, but I didn't have the time."
- Weapon: Sonic Boomer Laser
It's hard to be surprised by this. The one or two remaining K-Marts within driving distance are poorly maintained and stocked. Meanwhile, the prices I've noticed are higher than Target and Wal-Mart. If that's any reflection of the company as a whole, it's no wonder.
As for Target, I used to have no interest in them whatsoever. But the Wal-Marts in this area have gone from pleasant to unbearable in the past decade. Even after they remodeled one to be a "super" Wal-mart, with no less than 32 registers, there will sometimes be a grand total of...drum roll...one that is actually open. And employees will walk by customers waiting for help without acknowledging them or giving it a second thought. And did I mention the "self-checkouts" are always out of order?
Target, on the other hand, seems to think service matters. Yeah, they have that completely ridiculous policy of calling customers "guests", but there is always someone at the ready to help you check out. Lines always move fast, at the register or at the return counter. I wonder how they keep so many people staffed, but then again, I guess it evens out since their employees actually do work, unlike the loafers I see at Wal-Mart.
For sale: My entire Transformers and third-party collection. Includes Masterpiece, Generations, Universe, Movie, Prime, Armada/Energon/Cybertron, G1, G2, etc. Quite a few of the Prime, Generations, Masterpiece, and third-party toys have never been opened. Most of those that have were only transformed a few times then kept in a glass display case. Original packaging included for most of the Universe and later era toys.