OK should I have done this.
I really get upset with my cable provider. They always are raising rates and their billing practices are unfair in my opinion. I have been billed a late fee onservices that were billed a month in advance!
Besides that they do have a "No Weapons of any kind" sign on their door at the office. The way my monthly budget works out I sometimes stop at the office to pay my bill in person to avoid their "Your not a month early with the payment so we charge you" fee.
Anyways the other thing that annoys me is I can send a check in to pay my bill and they assume it's from me. But I stop in to pay in person and they require ID before they accept my check. I really appreciate the fact that they are making sure that some imposter doesn't come in and pay my bill behind my back!
So last week I stopped to pay the bill, and the girl ask for ID so I take out my CPL instead of my drivers license. It's a government issued photo ID right? I was waiting to see what her response was. ( I get into these "moods sometimes.) I figure if she isn't going to accept the ID I'm asking to speak to the supervisor.
She stares at it for a minute then finally proceeds to print my receipt.
I also asked her why my bill went up from previous month and she was able to get me into a slightly less expensive plan. She was actually helpfull at this point.
The only thing I wished I'd said when I handed her the CPL was "Relax, your now safer, since I am here" I didn't say it, and I wasn't carrying anyways since I know its a no gun zone.
Maybe I should print out some of those business cards meant to be handed to "no gun" businesses and give her one next time