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• the pharmacy clinic staff who refused to assist a patient with very high blood sugar, because they were going to lunch.
• those who don’t realize that mailboxes are property of the federal government and damaging them is not a good thing.
• the apartment manager for not putting down any salt for tenants.
• the restaurant employee for flirting with another employee rather than paying attention to a paying customer’s order.
• the inconsiderate minister who is consistently unavailable to parishioners and staff.
• city officials for going one step forward and two steps back.
• parents who don’t put coats and hats on toddlers.
• those who do not understand the basic idea of a lease contract.
• the mall with more stores closed than open.
• whoever is responsible for setting the traffic lights at 25th Street and National Road.
• the rude pharmacist who won’t fill prescriptions.
• inexperienced city officials who are tearing up Columbus.
• movie theaters for not listing the schedules in the local papers
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