Strange Things are Afoot at the Circle K.

Sunday, September 21, 2003

Well, work wasn't too bad tonight. It was pretty slow, and I got off early. The new girl, Sarah, seems like she is a good worker, except that when she and Adam were on break, they went and smoked pot. I think they did the same thing last night. Daniel, the manager knew it, but he said there's nothing he can do about it, because they were off the clock when they did it.

Tonight a guy came through drive-thru and had a tattoo of a couple of hearts with what I assume were his children's names on them. Apparently the guy named all his kids after ex-presidents. The names were Kennedy and Reagan, except they were spelled "Kennedi" and "Raigan."

Speaking of presidents, check this weird story out. There's some stupid people working at this store.

A $200 Bill With the Face of George W. Bush?
The Associated Press

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N.C. - Police are searching for a man who paid for $150 in groceries at a Food Lion grocery store with a $200 bill.

The man walked out of the store with his groceries and $50 in change before the fake bill was discovered Sept. 6.

The bogus bill - the U.S. Mint does not print a $200 bill - bore the image of President George W. Bush on the front and had the White House on the back. It also included signs on the front lawn of the front lawn of the White House with slogans such as "We like broccoli" and "USA deserves a tax cut," Roanoke Rapids police said.

Instead of being labeled a Federal Reserve note, the fake bill was marked as a "Moral Reserve Note." The bill bore the signatures of Ronald Reagan, political mentor, and George H.W. Bush, campaign adviser and mentor.

Officials at the local Food Lion had no comment. Food Lion officials at the company headquarters in Salisbury could only say their normal policy is not to accept bills over $100.

Pictures of the bill can be seen here.