Two Phrases that Destroyed American Culture

While browsing around the internet, I’ve come across an article from Violent Acres. After reading her article about the two phrases that destroyed american culture, I was in immediate agreement with her statement. Her article deals with two phrases that appear in society, but more specifically, in the retail business. The two phrases that she brings up into question are “The Customer is Always Right,” and “I don’t give respect freely, you have to EARN my respect.”

Well, that is the basics of the article, give the article a read and see if you can relate to what she is saying. Me personally can find different instances where I’ve experienced what she is talking about, but don’t have the power to do anything for fear of losing my job. Check it out —->  Two Phrases that Destroyed American Culture.

~Prudz

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~ by prudz on July 8, 2008.

3 Responses to “Two Phrases that Destroyed American Culture”

  1. Brilliant!

  2. Well, that is the basics of the article, give the article a read and see if you can relate to what she is saying. Me personally can find different instances where I’ve experienced what she is talking about, but don’t have the power to do anything for fear of losing my job. Check it out

  3. Well, that is the basics of the article, give the article a read and see if you can relate to what she is saying. Me personally can find different instances where I’ve experienced what she is talking about, but don’t have the power to do anything for fear of losing my job. Check it out.

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