QUOTE (Unrelenting @ Feb 13 2008, 05:00 AM) When customers whip their chredit cards in your face to can , when theres a reader right next to them... It's always fun when people slide their cards through the reader before I've even logged into the register, when the reader says "CLOSED" on the screen. Then they slide it again when it asks you for either your club card, or to hit cancel. Then they slide it a third time when it actually counts, and whine about having to slide their card repeatedly because "the machine's not working right". Oh no! Think of all the wasted energy! If only the machine could transmit its requests directly into your mind instead of displaying them clearly on a screen for you to look at and read! Whenever customers stare at the reader on the screen where you select how you're paying and ask something like "How do I pay with debit?" I don't know how to say "Touch the button that says 'debit'" without sounding like a jackass. I mean, there are only like four options, clearly labeled, with massive touch-screen buttons. It's worse when they ask "How do I pay with cash?!" "Remember in the old days, when you would just hand someone like me your money? Yeah, it's like that." Of course, I don't actually say that, instead I demand "Gimme your money!!" which is kind of cool I guess... I have the same kind of brain farts too, though, so I can't really blame them.