So I'm in the local Best Buy to spend my Christmas gift $25 certificate on a new wireless mouse. I find the one I like and proceed to walk around messing with the new computers and tablets on display. Up walks this lady, 40ish, with an official looking badge and lanyard around her neck. She overtly praises my choice in wireless mouse. Here we go, I think, some kind of a survey. I start formulating my brushoff strategy when she launches into this spiel about how she represents Solar City, a partner of Best Buy she assures me, and she is going to save me untold shekels by having solar panels installed on my roof. For many reasons, most of them sorry professional experiences, I tell her I am not interested in solar panels. (Okay, 27 people on the Board are now going to declare their love and passion for solar panels). Now she wants to know what I have against solar panels and I proceed to relate, in detail, my bad experience with them from when I was a Navy Planner & Estimator. Undeterred, she continues on. She tells me about the 50 year or $500K warranty being offered. I tell her that roofing warranties are not worth the paper they are printed on. She wants to know how I know that. At this point I have had enough and am sorry I ever spoke to her in a civilized tone. She wants to show me literature. I now become Breeze The Prick and tell her I am completely and totally not interested and that all I wanted is my new mouse and to window shop all the new toys. She gets a very sad face, like women get just before they tell you they are withholding sex. Finally, defeated, she turns away. Now I just want to pay and leave. I am pissed because I never made it to the TV/Home Theater section. WTF???