Tertiary at work:
"Why does this conveyor belt only run on a computerized sensor? Did somebody think this was 'cool'? In truth, without a manual button to stop it, it is inefficient and crushes people's items. It does not work well in the real world. Things that do not work in the real world should not exist at my job."
"Take that door alarm for example ... does it actually stop anyone who has real intent to steal? No. Of course not. Someone who would actually steal would run and not be frightened by a dinging bell. It only serves to annoy innocent people. I am writing a letter to the corporation to ask them to get rid of this useless device."
"There are lines down the aisles, but not baggers. We close in 30 minutes. To close out the store quickly and efficiently we should call people from other parts of the store to help us. "(no reaction from supervisors)
"NO I MEAN I WANT BAGGERS RIGHT NOW." (Then customer says, to me) "I think you should be the manager."