When it comes to groceries, I prefer to shop in a local chain of hypermarkets. Not because of patriotism, nor the fact that I used to be a substantial shareholder, but because amongst many Friday/Sunday grocery runs it almost feels like buying from yourself. The point is, that this specific chain seems the most "comfortable". What makes a hypermarket, more or less "comfortable", I don't exactly know. Is it the overall setting, organization of shelves, is it the smell, people, the light, I don't know. But slowly I'm going to go there just out of curiosity and habit, as they managed to fit a conditional reflex. Anything I touch makes me feel a sudden hit of static electricity. After trying to reach for anything, I'm punished with electric shock. The method of "conditional reflex" is greatly successful in raising dogs. Apparently it's successful even with quitting smoking or eating chocolate. Now it's used by a hypermarket so that one wouldn't buy Ego. I'm speaking about yogurt. It's about time, they's He had time they took care of grounding of their shelves, otherwise I'm migrating to the less good, but also less electrical hypermarket.