Local Businesses vs. Amazon

I had a half-filled grocery cart at Woodman’s grocery store and found out they do not take credit cards.  I presented the cart to a worker and let the store place the items back on the shelves.

I wanted a bright yellow hat and looked at local stores to no avail.

I came home and shopped Amazon Prime for pantry goods–98 pounds at no shipping cost delivered to my door.

Another site and I found my hat.

Then I bought book I wanted.

If local businesses want to have customers they need to adjust to what buyers want, as I will not settle on what they want to sell, or how they want to sell it.  They need to meet my demands as the customer.

And so it goes.

End of rant.