It's the same at wedding receptions. I waited in 'the line' to congratulate my
gal pal for over twenty minutes. I wanted to shout at everybody: "Do you REALLY
want to talk to the dude's parents? You don't even know them, and they won't
remember you!"What a polite, law abiding bunch of line-followers. I should
have jumped the line and taken the risk of some wedding cake to the face and
made a point.
I LOVE assigned seating (mostly)because I can put a seat next to me to hold the
"stuff" - unless the ticket person (who looks like they just came from seventh
grade, btw)acts like the seating chart police and says no, then chooses for you.
And, you are back in seventh grade.About the aging Indiana....tell the
guys and Ken they OWE you MAMA MIA !!
Ann's husband, the lawyer, must have percieved an implied contract. Tell the
theatre owner that assigning seats will cause him/her to lose you as a customer.
Or tell the owner that you like assigned seats. Voting is not always a
function of the voting booth.