First off this is not an attack. I won't be naming names and I don't expect anyone who replies to either so please refrain from doing that. Just following the rules stated at the top of this forum. This is more about wacky unbelievable experiences in stores. I went to a record store today that was incredibly bad beyond belief. It was run by an old man who watched my every move. He literally followed me around the entire store as if I was going to steal something. As soon as I went inside he basically said that he knows the value of everything and the records don't have any prices but expect to pay what they're worth. He said he has a $5 area but I don't look like the the type of person that would want to look through that area. The place was dirty with stacks of albums on top of each other in different areas. Honestly there was some cool stuff in there but what does it matter when it's priced well beyond the actual value? I brought him a couple of albums to price fully knowing to expect the worst (common 80's stuff, one was Thomas Dolby She Blinded Me with Science 12" single ) he wrote down these outrageous prices on a piece of paper after looking online for about 10 minutes. $25 for that one and $20 each for the others Now this is sight unseen too since I wasn't allowed to actually view the record condition. They could be trashed for all I know. The covers certainly weren't flawless or even in plastic sleeves. My God I have no idea how this guy stays in business. If felt more like an episode of Hoarding Buried Alive than a store. Can anyone top this?