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Old 04-10-2006, 11:41 AM   #1
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Default So...you really CAN get anything at wal-mart.

I get cat toys, groceries, and various crap for my truck at Wal-Mart. Hell, met my fiance in the Wal-Mart parking lot. Seriously. They're taking it a step further now, and I'm not sure how I feel about this...

http://articles.news.aol.com/busines...709990001&cid=

Banking at Wal-Mart?
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Old 04-10-2006, 11:59 AM   #2
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AOL has a spell checker, don't they?

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payments the comrany handles each year
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Wal-Mart '* record in communities across Amdrica
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would benefit consumers by lowering gees and prices
On top of not understanding the "WalMart is evil" bandwagon, I just can't put a lot of faith in the report of a major media outlet that can't run a simple spell check...
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The only evil things about Wal-Mart that I've found are that they don't usually sell American products anymore and they don't let their employees have a union.

I shop there all the time! My fiance and I are big dorks, and we go there sometimes just to point out the tree in the parking lot right next to where we met
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MOS and I really enjoy Wal-Marts "Rental" policy LOL.
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MOS and I really enjoy Wal-Marts "Rental" policy LOL.
How did I get involved in that? I don't think I've ever returned anything to WalMart.
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Oopps.....My bad...


I think it was Andrew actually.......
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MOS and I really enjoy Wal-Marts "Rental" policy LOL.
Please share...Sounds interesting.
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Walmart rules. When they start selling used cars, then it'll be perfect.
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Thing is, you go to walmart and there are all these trashy people. Kids running around screaming, the 300 pound ghetto women that have cellulite hanging out of their shorts saying "bootylicious". Ghetto pimps...
I hate going to walmart for anything.
I would rather pay a little more at a decent place.

Banking at walmart? What, people are gonna cash their "disability" checks there now?

But good thing - walmart does keep the riff raff out of nicer stores.
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Go to wal-mart....buy something like tools that you don't have and won't need again, use them, clean them up, put them back in the packaging and no questions asked return it for your refund


Search on here for walmart with the author "Harofreak00"

His experiences should show up.
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