There are a couple of HEB stories on here, so I thought I'd offer one. When I was about 8 or 9, my mom and I were in line to check out at the local HEB with a full cart of groceries. Ahead of us was a woman about the same age and size as my mom. The lady had a kid in her cart that was maybe 3 years old at most. The kid was crying. The lady was trying to get the kid to shut up, failing, and getting more angry and frustrated every second. Eventually, she started smacking the kid. At first it was lightly, then harder when the kid didn't shut up. We're talking slaps to the face. The kid cries harder with each slap. Eventually she hits the kid so hard that even I, in my little-kid state of obliviousness, was mortified. Everybody in every line noticed and stared. With everyone in the store watching, my mom tapped the lady on the shoulder. When the lady turned around, my mom swung her entire body with all of her strength into an open-handed slap to the face of the lady with the kid. I can still hear the sound of that impact. The lady fell flat on the floor. My mom leaned over her and spat out, in the angriest voice I ever heard from her: "How do YOU like it?" Then mom took me by the hand and we walked quietly but quickly out the door, leaving our groceries behind. No one lifted a finger to stop her but I guess mom didn't want to stick around in case the woman decided to call the police, anyway. That might just be my best "What I Saw In The Grocery Store Line" story. What's yours?