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Old 04-26-2006, 12:31 PM   #16
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But, the real reason to hate Walmart is their torture of innocents. Lets all get behind GFS and end the abuse:

http://www.petlibrary.com/goldfish/walmart.htm
Let me get this straight. Fish are mistreated in Wal-Mart, so we shouldn't buy them there? I'd think that we should buy as many as we can, to free them.
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Old 04-26-2006, 12:56 PM   #17
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is that the WM in North Salisbury, or the WM in Fruitland? because at 2am, either store is a good time. especially shopping cart racing and kiddie ride rodeo...
That would be the WM in Fruitland, because only there can you take a beta fish from the pet section and drop it in the lobster tank in the food section.

On a bit of a blue note, the beta fish will not, in fact, try to fight the lobsters because of the simple fact that it is a fresh water fish and dies almost as soon as it goes into the saltwater. Just so you all know...
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The only Wal-Mart in MoCo is in Germantown, so of course, every hillbilly, redneck, and cornucopia of ethnicity comes out of the woodwork to shop there. The only time I go is if I absolutely have to, and someone's holding me at gunpoint to do so. And the store is always in such disarray.

Wal-Mart is a great place to go at 2am, because it's empty and those in there will amuse you, making it a better experience.
Yeah, i don't go often but if I see something online that is much cheaper I go there. Sometimes after my birthday I head on out to spend my money. Last time I was there there were kids actually climbing the racks and jumping off into a pile of bean chairs. Moms were yelling and kids were screaming. Not bad prices though. I got my 24 season dvds hella cheap.
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Old 04-26-2006, 01:26 PM   #19
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... I got my 24 season dvds hella cheap.
great, ur supporting my company then
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Old 04-26-2006, 01:47 PM   #20
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great, ur supporting my company then
BSB does what he can.

The only reason to hate Walmart is it beats the shit out of the little guy. I mean no one can compete with walmart. For the consumer it is great and if you cant beat it, join it. Walmart offers a ton of jobs and can be a boost to an economy of a run down place. for my little stock market project at school i put some play money into their stock but it isn't doing all that great but it did go up some. I like Wal-mart. I can buy all this stuff so damn cheap and all i have to do is put up with some babies screaming. The people who manage those stores probably make a shit load. They could hold Walmart in a tent in the middle of winter and there still would be people there. I like it.
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Old 04-26-2006, 03:00 PM   #21
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if its good enough for bsb,then its good enough for me
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Old 04-26-2006, 03:05 PM   #22
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Hahahahaha. And how.
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if its good enough for bsb,then its good enough for me
Yes! that is post number 1,500. That is the best quote that has ever been spoken and it is number 1,500. Great way to use your 1,500th post
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When I hit my 7,500th one, I'll make sure I think of something special for you BSB.
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When I hit my 7,500th one, I'll make sure I think of something special for you BSB.
Good, i think everyone should celebrate their big post landmarks with something good to say about THE BSB. Sometimes posts go by quickly and you hit a mark without noticing so keep a watch out.

----> Flash over to Dmek noticing that was post number 1,500 and feeling he wasted it.
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I know, TAFKAS and I were talking about that on IM one day. We just let it go by saying stupid stuff, or least I do.
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Old 04-26-2006, 06:47 PM   #27
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Old 04-26-2006, 09:31 PM   #28
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Walmart offers a ton of jobs and can be a boost to an economy
40% of their employees live below the poverty limit.
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Yeah, because capitalism is bad for the economy.

I don't shop there because I prefer to be waited on in English (or served AT ALL) and I hate the lines and inconveniences like dodging shoes that parents throw at kids and miss...but there is nothing wrong with a business growing and being sucessful.

Actually, the last time I was there, a mother with small kids was screaming "I'll F### you in the mouth!" into a cellphone. I immediately, and loudly asked "how are you supposed to accomplish that? while passing her. Hilarious, yet I feel sorry for her kids. I was also hit with a flying football on that trip.

I only go there when necessary, not because I think they're somehow evil...I just like more personalized service and smaller (more civilized) crowds.
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40% of their employees live below the poverty limit.
WAL*MART didn't force them to lack job skills or a strong work ethic. In America, you get back what you put into it. Look at all of the people aho (hopefully legally) came to the nation with nothing and worked hard for a great life. If you want to succeed in America, you can and likely will.

When you depend on the government and other taxpayers to pay your way through life, you'll never grow as a person.

Welfare has ruined FAR more lives than it has helped. If some of these people would work hard and learn some skills, they could move out of WAL*MART and the poverty level.

That stat is probably not accurate anyways since most of their employees are high school/college kids and retired people.
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