Small grocer that has everything you'd need food-wise. The large lot of teenagers they have working there are slow to move, mostly uncourteous, and look at you like you are impending on their time, when they are really just wishing their shifts were over. Hey, kids! If you don't want to be there, get another job! Go park cars downtown or sell water. Every time I go up there, the teenagers never step out of my way. Meaning, I have to walk around them. I'm the customer! Doesn't that count anymore in this mad society? When they see a customer walking into the small lobby, they should move out of MY way. It's not an issue of pride, or who's bigger than who, and I don't expect them to do it quickly like a dancer, but to come shoulder-to-shoulder with me, like we just met on the playground and they want to flex some kind of muscle in public is absolutely astounding and pathetic to me. I enjoy shopping at Compton's--it's only a few miles from my house, very convenient, and like I said the prices are reasonable. But it's like someone is not watching the employee-customer relationship close enough and allowing aborrant aggression in dissatissfied teens let loose on the common public. It's not that something is wrong with this picture, it's that someONE is wrong for hiring the wrong people.