Having a $3 copy of Wrong Turn (Eliza Dushku in a white tank top fighting inbred hillbillies = Josh is so happy) AND
Having Season Five of 90210 for less than $20 (I cannot pay more than $20 on such awful television, yet it makes me so happy) AND
For staffing your store with such cheerful, friendly employees.
I really mean it about that last one: In a lot of music/movie stores, buying such a ridiculous combination would have earned me The Look, if I'd even been lucky enough to get any sort of personal attention. But at Bull Moose Sanford, my choice resulted in the above quote AND a gigglefest between me, Josh and the three people at the counter.
ETA: I just realized that I didn't mention -- and this is key, so I can't believe I didn't say it originally -- that the cashier said that in response to some crack *I* made about my truly embarrassing purchases.
As I browsed the shelves, I realized I was in BIG TROUBLE. So I've already had to set a ground rule: Paula has promised not to allow me to buy more than five books at a time. We'll see how that goes.
They've got A LOT of fantastic books packed into a small space: Shelves of Soho Crime and Bitter Lemon and Felony & Mayhem and others. Ann and I kept walking around and petting them. Mystery geekfest!
One of their non-mystery-reading friends dropped by while I was there, and I was challenged to sell her a book. So I asked her this and that and then launched into a description of Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death. Which she proceeded to walk out with, thankyouverymuch.
I suspect I might be spending quite a bit of time there this summer.