Wednesday, January 27, 2010

New Jersey


In New Jersey a picture of a gun is offensive. If you go to Walgreen to get a roll of film developed that is soft core pornography of you and the missus, that is fine. But dare not have a rifle on the rack over your fireplace mantle or that drug store chain will wet their britches.

New Jersey may be WORSE than California. I feel so sorry for gun enthusiasts that are stuck there.


Old NFO said...

Ah... the Peoples Republik of New Jersey is heard from...

Bob S. said...

Contacted Walgreen's and was amazed at their prompt response

Dear Bob,

Thank you for taking time to contact us regarding our photo content policy.

It is not a Walgreens policy to reject printing of photos including "firearms," rather a judgment call that is being investigated and addressed with the customer involved. Walgreens does however have the right to deny the pringting of photos pertaining sexual content. Walgreens does not intervene in any other situations involving the content of a customer's order. If an employee is uncomfortable printing any image because of its content, he or she may request that another that another employee process those particular images.

Again, than you for taking the time to contact us with your comments. We hope to serve you in the future.

Consumer Response Representative

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

Looks like some decent damage control to isolate that one store from the rest of the franchisees. Good on Walgreens.