I’m not the only one to get uncharacteristically crabby

Heh heh heh.  From the Cardus blog.  Read the whole thing to find out what happens:

 

On my one visit to Disneyland, I received an unexpected lesson in the difference proper training for true service can make.

Being uncharacteristically crabby (who, me? Never!) from the California heat and crowds, I rebelliously planted myself one step across the bright yellow arbitrary line separating customers from the nightly Electric Light Parade of Disney characters along the theme park’s Main Street.

A Disney worker nearby very politely asked me to take a step back. It was the moment for my Mr. Cranky Pants stand.

“What difference would it make?” I said with churlishness that was equal parts sophomoric Nietzschean nihilism and sullen rhetorical gotcha.

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