I was hoping to be able to go to the supermarket on Monday 19th September (after 5pm). But I don’t want to be accosted with obnoxiously loud music whilst walking past a CEX store. And I also don’t want to be smelling body odour for the rest of the day.
In any case, I feel lucky for the simple fact that I’m walking past CEX, and not walking into CEX on Monday. Unlike CEX workers who are having to go into work, and who are also getting paid minimum wage for their efforts. Whilst the rest of the country gets to take the day off and enjoy the day in peace and quiet.
What are the chances that the lazy higher ups of CEX will be taking the day off on Monday? And what are the chances that the lazy higher ups of CEX will also be sitting back, counting their £profits after ripping off their staff and customers, whilst drinking chardonnay?
Are the higher ups of CEX on minimum wage? And are the higher ups of CEX working on Monday? And can someone from CEX (who isn’t a corporate bootlicker) get in touch so as to answer these very simple questions?
Obviously CEX’s customer base aren’t going to be taking the day off. Especially when the majority of CEX’s customers aren’t even on a wage. Indeed, from the little that I have observed, most of CEX’s customers happen to be filthy drug addicts and homeless people. And on Monday, when everybody else is at home, these filthy drug addicts and homeless people will be looking to clog up the high street in order to fence off their stolen goods.
Can’t CEX do the decent thing and keep the homeless people off the (high) street (even for one day)? I mean, I don’t want to be walking past the down-and-outs on Monday.
If King Charles was able to approve a day off for working Britain (at a major cost to the economy), then surely a major retailer like CEX can also follow King Charles’ example – by approving a day off for all CEX workers who are on minimum wage.
In any case, I find it strange that all these desperate people (that lead desperate lives) are somehow drawn to CEX stores. They either work there. Or they shop there. Like the brainless zombies that are inexplicably drawn to the shopping mall in George Romero’s ‘Dawn Of The Dead’ movie.
Obviously, I’m one of the more enlightened individuals that isn’t drawn to CEX.
I’m not drawn to CEX for the simple fact that the company is a rip-off, and is hell-bent on ripping off people – whether it be CEX workers (who are on minimum wage), or customers (who pay above recommended retail prices for second hand stolen goods).
In light of the above, and knowing that the Queen’s funeral will be held until at least 12pm on Monday, I honestly believe that CEX’s token gesture of wanting to pay it’s respects to the former head of state smacks of pure greed and is also extremely disingenuous. If only because (minimum wage) CEX workers will need to leave home and arrive for work about 30 minutes before the store’s 1pm opening time. This would mean that the majority of the UK team will need to be leaving home around 11:15am (before the funeral service has even properly started) and therefore won’t be able to observe the state funeral in its entirety.
Given that Queen Elizabeth did a lot for her people and was selfless, and knowing that the higher ups of CEX loot from the top and are selfish, I’m of the firm belief that the people that run CEX are of trash tier quality – hence why the company gets so many one star reviews. And according to Wikipedia and CEX’s website, the foul stench that emanates from CEX stores starts from the trash tier higher ups, who pay their staff minimum wage whilst ripping off customers, and who include David Mullins and David Butler.
And again, one would like to ask: as the trash tier higher ups of CEX, are David Mullins and David Butler on minimum wage, and are they working on Monday?
In any case, you can check out what other people are saying about CEX’s decision to open on Monday here. Although I must say, I did like the following comments below.