Tuesday, November 3, 2009
A Photo Store
Hey bloggers, and this posting that I find myself blah blogging about on this day happens to be about B&H photo store. One of those photo, video and pro audio stores to be found throughout that city of New York. And so for some reason or another I found myself at their store in search of one of those photo, video and audio products. And what an overwhelming FBI, CIA, who r u, military operation, policestateland,rat maze, robotic and everything else surveillance, some scene straight out of Orwellian 1984 experience indeed to wander throughout their store in search of that product. And those green baskets flying all over the ceilings with those products in tow, how interesting. And that seemingly ten part checkout procedure seems to be the most high tech complicated elaborate RFID barcode big brother technology is watching you checkout procedures I have ever witnessed during my time as one of those consumer shoppers. Pay for the the item and visit seemingly another ten cashiers in ten different lines before the item is actually even received for one to figure their way out of the door past another seemingly one million security guards on the way in and out. And there were, are so many surveillance spy on you cameras there every two inches that it seems as if that store can be one big surveillance store as their brochure describes in their surveillance video section with covert cameras, box cameras, dome cameras, everything else in disguise cameras and beyond. And that store seems to be a nation of nationalities such as never seen before to me. And what an overwhelming going through great lengths to get that item superstore shopping experience indeed at another one of those stores to be found throughout that city of New York. And that place seems one gigantic warehouse of a store where if you can't find it there, you can't find it anywhere, maybe. And what, if anything, does this have to do with a No Police State. Have a great photo, audio and video day.