Kurt Onstad (speedball) wrote,
Kurt Onstad

Have I mentioned my co-workers are morons?

My co-workers often watch movies (that they downloaded at home and burned to CD) here at work while helping customers. I'm opposed to this in general, because a movie is too engrossing and people often ignore their customers while watching these movies.

Most of the movies they watch are illegal copies of movies that are about to or just recently came out. They're low quality visually and auditorily (is that a word?) speaking. I don't see a point in watching Harry Potter or Pearl Harbor or any of those big special effect films in a format like this. I'm a movie snob, I'll admit that. But, come on! You're trying to watch movies that are made to be seen on a big screen in a three by five window, and it's pixelated all to hell...Why bother?

Yesterday, it got worse. Someone had brought speakers in, and put on...Episode II.

Thankfully, I had my headphones and was able to ignore it. Fortunately, I have friends that will understand how offensive I find this concept...


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