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Wal-Mart and Its Business Practices


groove out!
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um, they suck? o.O

EDIT: What's even to argue here? Whether they just kind of suck or whether they suck enough that people should avoid Wal-Mart on principle...? I'm with the latter, I guess; I never go there because I can't stand the place. I've had a $15 gift card sitting on my desk for six months because I have no idea what to do with it.

see ya

I work there. It's okay, I guess. For a retail job it pays pretty well and hour-long lunches FTW. Of course they still have no union and they can fire you on a whim and you can't do a damn thing about it but that's retail for you. I can only speak for my Wal-Mart, though.

About their business practices...I really don't have much of an opinion as I never really paid attention and my area of the country doesn't have many local specialties to steal, so yeah.


all the negative things that most other people feel about it.

also, wake up walmart is an interesting website.


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Wal-Mart is evil. They're threatening to build one in the town I grew up in, and I just know it'll devastate our local culture and downtown core.

I lost my job at a music store in part due to Wal-Mart and their practice of selling CDs at a loss in order to attract customers to their store. We went out of business because we couldn't compete with Wal-Mart. They're evil.


*Insert witty remark here*
...and i don't live in the united states, therefore I win
Neither. Australia FTW.

However, I'm certain I can relate. I've seen this weird flower shop appearing lately... And it took over this CD store I used to go to all the time...
And at least one is in every town I visit these days. O___o Like Starbucks.

However, I'm pretty sure that a manager that earns a living from flowers can't be evil. McDonalds would be the most evil thing here management wise.