- Apr 19, 2005
I have no problems with this. Didn't most US businesses used to close on Sundays?
I actually do order from the site and find them to be a highly reputable online retailer. And yes, I have hit a time where I wanted to order something, and they were on holiday. I forget what I did, but if I did need it right away, there are other online retailers, or just wait if it's not urgent.
point is, you don't need humans to approve automated checkout. An orthodox server is a stupid, pointless, petty idea.I have no problem with that. It is their business and they can choose what they want to do with it. It is just like Chik-filet being closed on Sunday.
Somebody still needs to monitor that server to make sure that it's up. I wonder if they have to hire a non Jewish monitoring service for that.Not your call. Their server, count as their work.
Yeah also seems to be double standard. What about the computers running power plants and other infrastructure why arn't those orthodox? They should just shut down everything.
-Shop somewhere else then?
I guess. I also didn't realize this was B&H when I first responded, and really no problems with their service in the past. They've been doing this for a long time, so obviously their customer base has been fine with it for a long time.Not your call. Their server, count as their work.