Yesterday, “06880” burbled about the owner of Coffee An,’ who raced into the parking lot to give $2 back to a customer he’d inadvertently overcharged.
Today we present the flip side: Westporters behaving badly.
An “06880” reader was driving down the narrow exit lane that runs in front of Pompanoosuc Mills and Angelina’s, on her way out of the Barnes & Noble parking lot.
The woman tapped her horn. A man strolled to the door of the cleaner’s, then turned back to his conversation with the person behind the counter.
She tooted again. Again, he made no move to leave.
She honked a 3rd time. The man slowly walked out of the store, telling the woman: “Relax! Relax!”
She told him she was late for an appointment.
He replied, “You have no choice. If I don’t move, you can’t get out.”
Then he swaggered into the driver’s seat, and drove away.
Chances are, the man in the van is not an “06880” reader. Yet he — like all of us — must look in the mirror every day.
Does he like the face that looks back? I have no idea.
But I know the owner of Coffee An’ does.