Saturday, 10 October 2009
05:05:08 PM (GMT)
So today I went to the mall to see if they had anything cool that I could buy.
Well they did, but nothing under the $35 that I had.
Target, which opened last year, is connected to the mall. They have their own
security known as AP's (Assets Protection Officers) which deal only inside the Target
So I walked around the electronics sections looking on the Clearance end-caps, and
found nothing. I decided to be a little kid again, and venture to the underlying,
adult hating, fun and fantastic, land known as the TOY AISLE. Muhuhahaha. Anyway,
LEGO'S ARE FREAKING EXPENSIVE. I also did not want to buy more darts for my Nerf gun,
because they got expensive. I'll wait 'til they drop at Christmas time. They had
nothing else, not even freaking Matchbox cars looked fun anymore. So, if you know
Target like I do, having spent every hour of my life from October 2006 to February
2007 there, then you would know that the back wall of the Toy Aisle is filled with
Board Games, Playing Cards and other miscellaneous fun toys. One of these toys,
coming from the 1970's era, was the Rubik's Cube. The one right up front, the case
was opened and the Cube, completely messed up. What does a cube enthusiast do when he
finds one available? CORRECT! Solving Time! I took the cube out of the plastic
package. I sat there for a few moments fixing it, and decided to leave after I fit it
back in the package, looking nice, like a solved cube should be before it is solved.
WELL. Right at the Mall entrance, I notice three (3) mall cops walking into the small
opening section for the entrance. I kept walking towards the mall, completely
oblivious. They stopped me. Over course I would stop. How many mall cops does it take
to stop a person? Holy shit! They had me empty out my pockets, still in Target, and
had me go back to their office where they reviewed the tape. I told them how it was
already opened and blahblahblah. So they took me back to Target, and I showed them
the open package, with the solved cube still intact. They said that next time, "To
leave the item where it was."
HAHAHA. Waste of my time. Holy shit. Seriously though? Three mall shit cops? No AP's?
AP's are so much easier to deal with.
ANYWAY. Lesson learned. Don't solve shit cubes.