GREENFIELD, INDIANA -- While on vacation last month I stopped at Swifty Gas Station in Greenfield, IN to get gas. While the attendant was pumping I told her that I'd also like a pack of cigarettes. She asked me if I had ID so I showed her my passport. She then rudely told me that it has to be state issued. So I tried showing her my Quebec driver's license which she again couldn't take because instead of state issued it's province issued. That is just completely rubbish. How can I have a state issued ID when I don't live in the states?
Is it the company or the attendant that is too simple minded to realize that it's federal government as well as other governments also have to ability to provide identification to its citizens? Or does it just want to limit its sales to its foreign customers?