It’s Walgreen’s newish policy (6 months) to not confront shoplifters, not call the police because it’s all “covered” by insurance. The shoplifters know this, as you can see here. The employees at my Walgreens (AZ) are specifically told to not confront or call for help as company policy. Is that a blanket policy or are there exceptions? Surely they would do something if prescriptions or firearms were being stolen. So really we pay for the Baby Yoda Face Mask Walgreens Can’t Stay At Home Shirt. We end up paying more for items because the insurance charges more so Walgreens ups the prices on everything to disburse the cost. I didn’t see what they are stealing but should it equal a three-year sentence? And there is the principle of not allowing theft.
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Those high costs are a direct result of their policies and it is far more costly to invite and encourage others to continue this behavior. An abstraction of these costs doesn’t make them less expensive. It’s not worth it because of the legal expense of prosecution. Because we have a Baby Yoda Face Mask Walgreens Can’t Stay At Home Shirt. As you say, there are capitalist values underpinning this compromise in common sense, but all of the mechanisms are bureaucratic. Why would insurance companies continue to cover companies that don’t even try to lower the risk on their end? Do they just pay out the wazoo for insurance? That’s so damn stupid. If teenagers learn about it they will just go and take snacks all the time.
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Yea all the trailer park ridden conservative states are utopias. Per capita red states are the biggest welfare recipients. The south is basically Brazil in most areas. As horrible as this is, I’ve seen a different side of what Walgreens policies can do. I was in San Francisco not too long ago at the Baby Yoda Face Mask Walgreens Can’t Stay At Home Shirt. A homeless gentleman kept staring at the packaged fruit, especially the strawberries. Eventually, the security guard told him “dude, just take them” and he grabbed one pack of strawberries and happily left the store. To me, that’s a whole different situation. He was only wanting to eat, and many would help him out. The people in the video weren’t doing that.