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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The others in line may not have been laughing at you, but at the guy who thought he'd take issue with you. From your description, it's quite possible that the guy was insolent enough to his manager that he actually got fired for that. The fact that you felt strong enough to make a complaint, may have been "the straw that broken the camel's back", and there were a whole ream of complaints against him. I doubt a single complaint would be enough to get someone fired.
  • The others in line may not have been laughing at you, but at the guy who thought he'd take issue with you.

    I would be simply laughing at the idea that he refused to believe that someone would see a movie more than once. (If you hadn't shown that it was the opening day of a popular movie, I'd be laughing that someone was actually paying for a second ticket to watch consecuetive showings of a movie. Noone objects if you stay and watch a second time, as long as it isn't sold out, and I've someimes come late