Wednesday, October 2

Dead Granny

One of the most common moans I get from my passengers is about the rundown state of our Town Centre shopping streets. They bemoan the lack of shops and complain that most of those remaining are pawn brokers, charity shops, and hairdressers.
They just don’t seem to grasp the fact that whilst they are moaning I am usually taking them to or picking them up from one of our many huge supermarkets.
It’s far too late to complain now after years of spending the bulk of our cash in the supermarkets most town centre's are now beyond saving.
Maybe if Tesco etc had stuck to simply selling groceries then maybe, we would still have a little bit of life left in our shopping precincts.
 But it seems that they want to own the whole world by moving into typical high street trades like chemists, florists, opticians, etc.
  Banking and insurance aren’t immune from the march of the multinationals progress either and I hear Tesco will even buy your scrap gold from you nowadays.

As I said to one of my fares the other day it won’t be long before you can drop your dead granny off at customer services and collect the ashes in an urn of your choice along with your shopping at the checkout, complete with Tesco club points! 

1 comment:

Yuriy Akopov said...

Co-operative already does that: http://www.co-operative.coop/funeralcare