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Businiess name:  Sayreville Sportsman
Review by:  john m.
Review content: 
I walked into this place and was immediately and gruffly asked "What do you need?" As if my very presence posed an imposition to them. I quickly replied "What do I need?! a million dollars." He comes back again, even more annoyed at this point, with "What do you need?! Now I've been a cop for 15 years and have dealt with "I'm-friends-with-&-protected-by-the-local-cops-so-I-can-be-an-asshole-to-whomever-I choose." retards many times prior to this idiot. So then I went at him with, "How about a little politeness?" He comes at me yet again with "What do you need?"so, this point, I decided to embarrass him and I announced out loud so every one in the store could hear, "You know what, pal? You don't need my business. Go fuck yourself." While shopping out in the suburbs does have its perks, but when dealing with people that "think" they're "in" with local law enforcement it, most always ends with them being set straight.

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