Kentucky who purchased a car for the sole purpose of ramming it into a Kroger supermarket. Apparently, June Ann Blocker, who was a former employee of the supermarket, purchased a 2006 Lincoln and ran it into the front of the store. Fortunately, only two people were injured, but the kicker of the story, is the fact that in 1999, she did the same freaking thing to another Kroger store in a neighboring town.
Alright points of discussion:
1. I'm way too cheap to seek this kind of revenge! I mean, seriously, you buy a car just to destroy it? And you've done this twice? Man, June Ann, you are a better woman than I. Seriously, in the past I've had a hard time buying toilet paper and eggs just to destroy someone's house. I salute your commitment to not only making a statement, but financial ruin.
2. What in the freaking world did Kroger do to this woman? Guys. Seriously, did management not move her from produce after she was asked too many times, "Can I see your melons?" Was the test of memorizing the aisles too much? (Am I the only one who finds it amazing that grocery workers know where all the random crap is? "Oh, you are looking for gluten free salt for cupcakes? Aisle four, half way down." Amazing.)
3. I'm just guessing here but, after the first crash in 1999, things probably didn't go so well for sweet June Ann. There were probably some fines, maybe a little jail time, a license revoked, town shame,and possibly some family members' disapproval. So, what caused her to do this again? Or I guess the more important question: What went so right the first time that she had to go down this same path again? Was the impact perfect? Did it just sum up all the disgruntled feelings you were keeping pent up? Did someone from Kroger issue a statement that said, "Dear Ms. Blocker. You got us. You did it. We admit it. We suck. Had you not rammed a car into our store we wouldn't have said this, but since you did...you win."
Listen June Ann, next time, just drive by and give the store the finger. It might not cause as much damage or threaten the lives of enough people, but it might be a less abrasive way to go. Just saying.