Do you folks remember that section in the reasoning book? I recall several service meeting parts where we were supposed to "keep pitching" after someone said, "I'm not interested." or "I'm busy."
Cute, catchy little zingers like, "Well our message is geared for busy people."
One Saturday morning the householder said "I'm not interested." and I thought I would push it a little bit and try to overcome the conversation stopper. I asked, "Is it religion in general you are not interested in, or the bible?"
They shot back, "I'm not interested in YOU being HERE, now LEAVE!"
I got the hell out of there, and decided that if someone said they were busy or not interested, it didn't mean, "Please tell me more."