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Children, Food, and Grandma: theinturnetexplorer Lauren Dobson-Hughes ldobsonhughes Amazing overheard at Whole Foods. "Um, I need to read the numbers on the barcode aloud to you. I don't want any lasers touching my food 8/7/15, 11:24 AM 3,116 RETWEETS 3,022 FAVORITES laser-free diet. floatingwithobriern y'all need to hear about gerb. gerb was my high school physics teacher. (gerb is short for mr. gerber.) when we were learning about radiation and whatnot, and we touched on radiation poisoning, gerb decided to tell us a story when gerb was in high school, he worked in a supermarket. a cashier. there was this one little old lady, mrs cassopolis, who was a regular. mrs. cassopolis firmly believed that the lasers used to scan her food items would give her radiation poisoning. they tried to explain that's not a thing. but old cass wouldn't hear a word of it. the employees had to punch in every last. grocery. item. MANUALLY. and this woman would buy cartfulls of food every week, like any good grandma trying to feed her five children and eighteen grandchildren every time they come for a Sunday visit. so pretty soon, the employees figured out a strategy to get her on her way and get on with their lives one or more employees would distract old cass while the cashier would scan all the items he could as fast as humanly possible while she wasn't paying attention. now this supermarket had a rewards program for its most efficient workers. the computer would track how quickly the cashiers scanned items, and how many total they scanned in one day, that kind of thing. so one day, gerb's boss came to him and said "uh," "you scanned three hundred items in six minutes last Tuesday during your shift" and gerb says "i recall" "that's about four times faster than anything i've ever seen" and gerb says "yea ok" "jeremy what happened?" and gerb says "i had to save a little old woman from placebo radiation" Source: theinturnetexplorer Gerb

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Children, Food, and Grandma: Lauren Dobson-Hughes @ldobsonhughes Amazing - overheard at Whole Foods "Um, I need to read the numbers on the barcode aloud to you. I don't want any lasers touching my food." 8/7/15, 11:24 AM 3,116 RETWEETS 3,022 FAVORITES floatingwithobrien theinturnetexplorer: laser-free diet all need to hear about gerb gerb was my high school physics teacher. (gerb is short for mr. gerber.) when we were learning about radiation and whatnot, and we touched on radiation poisoning, gerb decided to tell us a story when gerb was in high school, he worked in a supermarket. a cashier there was this one little old lady, mrs. cassopolis, who was a regular mrs. cassopolis firmly believed that the lasers used to scan her food items would give her radiation poisoning. they tried to explain that's not a thing. but old cass wouldn't hear a word of it. the employees had to punch in every. last. grocery. item. MANUALLY and this woman would buy cartfulls of food every week, like any good grandma trying to feed her five children and eighteen grandchildren every time they come for a Sunday visit. so pretty soon, the employees figured out a strategy to get her on her way and get on with their lives one or more employees would distract old cass while the cashier would scan all the items he could as fast as humanly possible while she wasn't paying attention. now this supermarket had a rewards program for its most efficient workers. the computer would track how quickly the cashiers scanned items, and how many total they scanned in one day, that kind of thing so one day, gerb's boss came to him and said "uh," you scanned three hundred items in six minutes last Tuesday during your shift and gerb says "i recall" "that's about four times faster than anything i've ever seen" and gerb says "yea ok" jeremy what happened?" and gerb says "i had to save a little old woman from placebo radiation" Some people dont want superpowers, I guess

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Children, Food, and Grandma: Lauren Dobson-Hughes @ldobsonhughes Amazing - overheard at Whole Foods. "Um, I need to read the numbers on the barcode aloud to you. I don't want any lasers touching my food." 8/7/15, 11:24 AM 3,116 RETWEETS 3,022 FAVORITES 13 floatingwithobrien: theinturnetexplorer: laser-free diet. y'all need to hear about gerb. gerb was my high school physics teacher. (gerb is short for mr. gerber.) when we were learning about radiation and whatnot, and we touched on radiation poisoning, gerb decided to tell us a story. when gerb was in high school, he worked in a supermarket. a cashier. there was this one little old lady, mrs. cassopolis, who was a regular. mrs. cassopolis firmly believed that the lasers used to scan her food items would give her radiation poisoning. they tried to explain that’s not a thing. but old cass wouldn’t hear a word of it. the employees had to punch in every. last. grocery. item. MANUALLY. and this woman would buy cartfulls of food every week, like any good grandma trying to feed her five children and eighteen grandchildren every time they come for a Sunday visit. so pretty soon, the employees figured out a strategy to get her on her way and get on with their lives. one or more employees would distract old cass while the cashier would scan all the items he could as fast as humanly possible while she wasn’t paying attention. now this supermarket had a rewards program for its most efficient workers. the computer would track how quickly the cashiers scanned items, and how many total they scanned in one day, that kind of thing. so one day, gerb’s boss came to him and said “uh,” “you scanned three hundred items in six minutes last Tuesday during your shift”and gerb says “i recall”“that’s about four times faster than anything i’ve ever seen”and gerb says “yea ok”“jeremy what happened?” and gerb says “i had to save a little old woman from placebo radiation”

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