When I was a boy growing up in Whitefish Bay if you were a acting out or horsing around in a store you were asked to leave. I even saw whole families asked to leave from the middle of Church.
It doesn't happen to the right people today.
There are a lot of people loitering everywhere and they have no reason to be there other than to bother other people. Will the person in charge of a place ask a person to leave if you complain?
And more importantly do you have police backing if you ask someone to leave?
The answer to both of those questions is likely no.
I would like to see it done right just once. Just once.
"I want you to ask that person to leave," then articulate your reason.
And how many people do you see just standing around on the street smoking cigarettes? Are you trying to tell me that they are legitimate salesmen? No they are casing neighborhoods and people.
And what about the owner of a small business that fails to fire an employee that is a truly bad person. What does it equate to? It equate s to the that owner being the exact same as the employee. So how do we complain about a bad business owner?
1. We might complain to their bank? And then complain about who is funding the continuing existence of such business? Absolutely, just as if they were one in the same.
2. We might complain to the franchiser?
3. We might complain to the person who holds the lease on their property.
Be truthful and articulate your complaint. Make it a matter of public record and publish it!
Copyright 2013 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 03 14 2013 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinnews.blogspot.com