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Dear Customers,

Im not specifying any particular customer because this is for all of you that are planning on coming to my store today:

If the Vikings are winning, YAY!! WOOHOO!! That's awesome! All of the cashiers will be in a good mood. However, :::taking a deep breath::: if they are losing (or have lost by the time you get to the store) please do not take it out on us. I am not responsible for Brad Johnson and whatever screwups he makes. Isn't that someone else's job like oh, I don't know, Childress? I know our offense blows the big one. Combine that with you not getting what you want in the store, I can see where you'll get frustrated. Just take a deep breath. Remember that no matter what, the Packers suck. They won't play in the big game for years. YEARS. The Bears? Have no worries. They get so arrogant that they end up helping the other team beat them. The Patriots was just a bad night. Please people, it's not the end of the world. The store has nothing to do with the game. And please, have your coupons ready when you get the register.


Your Loverly Cashier


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