Why are you engaged in conversation every time I approach the ticket-taker or counter?
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I go to the movies a lot. Almost invariably, when I walk up to the ticket-taker to have my ticket ripped, their attention is elsewhere. They are turned around talking to a co-worker, not looking at where people are coming from. It's like 60% of the time.
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Why are you engaged in conversation every time I approach the ticket-taker or counter?

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I go to the movies a lot. Almost invariably, when I walk up to the ticket-taker to have my ticket ripped, their attention is elsewhere.

They are turned around talking to a co-worker, not looking at where people are coming from. It's like 60% of the time.

This is also the case at concessions.

If there is not a line it's always a challenge to get the attention of the people behind the counter, who invariably are facing away from the service window,

usually facing a co-worker and discussing break.

Pay attention. Do your job. Stop taking up my time so that you can discuss your breaks.

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