This morning at the food bank wasn't very busy. We only had about 8 families come in, but it was still a memorable morning. The first woman who came in had a family of 5, and she was grateful for everything we could give her and she took everything thing we could offer. Right after her, a man, and he was a family of 1, came in and demanded everything. He didn't have refrigeration, but I still offered him canned meats, or even pop-top cans he could use. He refused basic items such as crackers, peanut butter, canned goods, etc. I offered him a yogurt and a milk (luxury items we are not required to hand out, but do as we get them in) and he demanded a large tub of sour cream in addition to the milk and yogurt, to go with his chips. I explained to him that we reserve those for larger families and that I had already given him a dairy item, as is policy. He told me I was discriminating and decided he wanted to file a complaint. We still haven't heard anything from the man, but what a night and day difference of people who actually appreciate the help, and people who are so entitled, they demand and expect everything.