One day I was assigned duties as store greeter for our main entrance because of being on restricted duty and not being able to stay on my feet. I found myself in new territory since all of this floor is women’s wear. All of my work is normally in the Men’s department which is located on the second floor. When I took breaks or went to lunch, I had to pass through Ladies Intimate Apparel moving slowly with the assistance of a walker. With each pass, I was troubled by something that seemed wrong about the bra displays. Granted, bras are not one of my areas of expertise; however, I see women every day with breasts larger than my head that deserve their own names. I noticed the bras were arranged by cup size – the smallest cups are on the top and the largest cups are at the bottom. It seems to me it should be the other way around. I think it is unkind to make large breasted women bend over to floor level to browse for bras when they are carrying an extra thirty or forty pounds on their chest. I talked to the store manager (who clearly shopped from the top of the display) about the unfairness of the bra displays and all she could tell me was that’s the way it’s always been done, In my brain, I saw a FAR SIDE cartoon with several large breasted women rolling around on the floor with bras in their hands asking for help to stand up.