Recently i returned to Countdown. This is what i saw.
So there it is. More like a correction centre than a shop. If someone wants to share music with customers surely that is a human right? The ownership of the land and building surely does not give the owner authority to prohibit human activity that is encouraging human goodwill.
Check out the parking contract. It’s absurd.
Check out the (The Sound) video Simon Raby directed which was shot in this same shop when it was called Foodtown The girl played by Zippora Seven has a shopping list of valuable, abstract things she needs to find.
Why in Gods name don’t the operators of these places offer some scope for human goodwill?
Why are mega shops only interested in the customers money and void of interest in the customer as a living breathing human soul?
I raised these points with the managers and they told me “You win” Limited Liability is a fantasy. We cannot keep giving human rights to money machines. “Man does not live by bread alone”