Did I tell you that our new pharmacist is working out like a dream? That he's very good at his job, excellent with our customers, and a very meticulous pharmacist - but that he's also funny, sarcastic, and a good person? No? Well he is. It's a huge relief after working with Someone Special.
Also, I should note that Somebody Special came in to finish up some things while Dr Who was working on his own, and totally freaked out on him. It was a mild sort of situation, Somebody Special usually freaks out on a much higher level, but it was enough for him to realize what it must have been like to work with her. He said that she's obviously very socially immature and doesn't have a clue how one is supposed to act in a public situation. Hahaha! Ha!
I believe the scene went something like this:
[Picture the new pharmacist (Dr. Who - as in Dr. Who Replaced Someone Special - for the purposes of this blog), minding his own business, being a pharmacist, doing pharmacy things behind the counter, Somebody approaches (she needs to sign some things and collect some belongings. Jon sees her approach, and meets her at the counter.]
Somebody: [placing hands firmly on counter] I'M SOMEBODY SPECIAL, and I'm here to (blahblah blah de blar)!
Dr Who: Oh, nice to meet you, I'm Jon, the new pharmacist.
Somebody: (paraphrasing here) I could give two shits. Give me the things I need to sign.
Dr Who: Oh. Um, here they are.
Somebody: [signs required things, sighing and blustering about while she does it - it's obviously a huge waste of her very precious time to come in and have to do this - and storms off without saying goodbye.]
Pretty much I think that's all that happened. So it was a mild Somebody Special day, but it was enough that he understands.
He also thinks I'm right in my psychoanalysis - no matter if she left voluntarily, she doesn't like to think of anyone ever being able to take her place, and therefore is an asshole to anyone who thinks they might be able to do "her" job. So she's bound to be pissy to anyone who thinks they can do it.
IE: She's pretty sure she's better than anyone at what she does, and she doesn't appreciate other people being able to keep up. She's bitter because no one else thinks she's as indespensible as she does. Pretty much.