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Green Apple Books

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LMO467 wrote a review Jun 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
This is a review for Green Apple Books on the Park, their location near Golden Gate Park. I walked in, and the white girl at the register rudely BARKED, "HEY! GO BACK THERE and READ THE SIGN!" I was hurt and shocked at the curt, condescending tone of her voice. WTF? This is one of the first days non-essential businesses were open, and I wasn't familiar with any requirement that we had to READ A SIGN and dispense some hand sanitizer on the table in front before going further into the store. It was her crude, disgusted tone that was the problem. Surely there were plenty of others who walked in without using the hand sanitizer, and she must've just let them go or told them warmly and politely to use the hand sanitizer. What is it about ME that made that girl so disgusted, like it was filth walking in? I'm Asian. And not just any Asian, but apparently, out of the corner of her eye, I was the most disgusting and lowly of Asians - probably poor, uneducated, and fresh-off-the-boat in her mind, and had no business wandering into her precious, pretentious bookstore. Excuse me, I'm probably millions of times more American, well-read, cerebral, and educated than she is. I'm not sure where the disgust and assumption I shouldn't be there came from. Can she be so dumb she thought I carried coronavirus? The bullying was absolutely unacceptable. And what's worse is that I've been a fan of Green Apple Books since my teens in SF. I'm more of a hardcore reader than they are. Can they not see it? Of course, I'm never going back there again, or to their other location. They've shown they look down on me, stereotype me, see me as filth, don't think I should be there, and definitely don't value my business. Take a stand against anti-Asian coronavirus discrimination, and boycott Green Apple Books. Thank you.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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timetraveler09 wrote a review Dec 2019
St. Charles, IL56 contributions8 helpful votes
Wonderful bookstore - a fixture in Richmond since 1967. Has an annex a few doors down too. A treasure hunt of a bookstore - leave lots of time to linger!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Response from PeteMulvihill, Owner at Green Apple Books
Responded Dec 13, 2019
Thanks for the great review!
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thebustraveler 蔣志樺 wrote a review Nov 2019
Washington DC, District of Columbia219 contributions16 helpful votes
San Francisco is a bookstore town and a bibliophile's town. People love bookstores and don't stop reading books on the subway train. They have all these homey old-fashioned bookstores with fun alternative books and popular books. They have all these bookstores to explore and get lost in..I mean if you are going to the Richmond for a dentist or some Chinese food or happen to be on Clement Street..why not hang out at Green Apple Books..Green Apple also has a new branch in the Sunset near Irving..They have a new space with writer events. It's a great place to browse books. It's a different time with internet sales and internet e-books but people still want bookstores that function well enough in this day and age. I am a fan.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Response from PeteMulvihill, Owner at Green Apple Books
Responded Dec 2, 2019
Thanks for the great review!
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Brian Ó Conchubhair wrote a review Oct 2019
Granger, Indiana14 contributions3 helpful votes
An siopa go deo. Leathcheann Charlie Byrne sa Ghaillimh. Meascán deas de leabhair nua agus de sheanleabhair. Tá foireann an tsiopa eolach agus cabhrach. Cúpla caife deas in aice lámha. Is fiú go mór cuairt a thabhairt ar an siopa leabhar álainn glas seo i gcathair San Francisco i gCalifornia. Agus bhi dha leabhar le Mairtin O Cadhain acu!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from PeteMulvihill, Owner at Green Apple Books
Responded Oct 28, 2019
Go raibh maith agat!
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Ksenia C wrote a review Apr 2019
Moscow, Russia211 contributions27 helpful votes
bought so many books there :) don't regret it at all. it was a real treat. situated near the park, it's a beautiful and friendly bookstore.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Response from PeteMulvihill, Owner at Green Apple Books
Responded Apr 14, 2019
Thanks for the great review!
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