Originally Posted by Chris Sgaraglino via Wall Street Journal
"…the rafters are downright annoying," he says.
"They're always yelling 'How's your day going?' What do you mean, how's my day going? I was fishing and you just ran right through me, so my day's not going very well any more," Mr. Sgaraglino says. "I'm fishing. I don't want to have a conversation."
Seriously? Asking, "How's your day going is annoying?" I find that to be common courtesy. How does this guy deal with people on the street/bus/train/trail/etc.? Does he just stare angrily?
Just did a google on the name and it came up with "Chris Sgaraglino || Outdoor Studios Photography - Colorado Springs, Colorado" I'm tempted to call and ask how his day is going and see what his response is. All his contact information is on his site.
33080 Bellemont Rd
Yoder, Colorado, 80864