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To Match Walton Heirs' Fortune, You'd Need to Work at Walmart for 7 Million Years

 
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I am shocked at how many of you support Wal-Mart. How many USA manufacturing jobs have been lost because of Wal-marts influence? how many small businesses have they killed.

Also, you cant really blame Sam. Its those who have come after him that are truly to blame
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I totally agree. What Sam Walton created and what the monsters in his family have turned his company into is an utter shame and disgrace to the legacy Sam left behind. They even changed the badges and removed "associates make the difference" to "save more, live better" bs.

Most of the people who are supporting Wal Mart in this thread have never had to work their and have no fucking clue or experience at just how miserable a place it is to work at those facilities. It's easy to preach from behind the drivers seat..but hey thats common practice now days.
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Nobody HAS to work there. you don't like how you are treated, work somewhere else, get an education, join the military, do anything other than bitch about it.
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I am shocked at how many of you support Wal-Mart. How many USA manufacturing jobs have been lost because of Wal-marts influence? how many small businesses have they killed.


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They support Wal-Mart because they are PAID to.
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Paid by walmart to support them on GLP? Really? do you honestly believe that?
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I am shocked at how many of you support Wal-Mart. How many USA manufacturing jobs have been lost because of Wal-marts influence? how many small businesses have they killed.

Also, you cant really blame Sam. Its those who have come after him that are truly to blame
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I totally agree. What Sam Walton created and what the monsters in his family have turned his company into is an utter shame and disgrace to the legacy Sam left behind. They even changed the badges and removed "associates make the difference" to "save more, live better" bs.

Most of the people who are supporting Wal Mart in this thread have never had to work their and have no fucking clue or experience at just how miserable a place it is to work at those facilities. It's easy to preach from behind the drivers seat..but hey thats common practice now days.
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Nobody HAS to work there. you don't like how you are treated, work somewhere else, get an education, join the military, do anything other than bitch about it.
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If something is wrong you dont fucking ignore it.. Your probably the guy who would witness a young girl being abducted and instead of helping preventing the crime would go off in search of a pay phone to call the police.

Associates are treated like shit, as in third world country shit. Thats not the American way and should be investigated and regulated accordingly with the full force of the law.
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I wonder if some of the workers will really strike on Black Friday?
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Not if they want to keep their jobs.
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I am shocked at how many of you support Wal-Mart. How many USA manufacturing jobs have been lost because of Wal-marts influence? how many small businesses have they killed.

Also, you cant really blame Sam. Its those who have come after him that are truly to blame
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27487528


I totally agree. What Sam Walton created and what the monsters in his family have turned his company into is an utter shame and disgrace to the legacy Sam left behind. They even changed the badges and removed "associates make the difference" to "save more, live better" bs.

Most of the people who are supporting Wal Mart in this thread have never had to work their and have no fucking clue or experience at just how miserable a place it is to work at those facilities. It's easy to preach from behind the drivers seat..but hey thats common practice now days.
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Nobody HAS to work there. you don't like how you are treated, work somewhere else, get an education, join the military, do anything other than bitch about it.
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If something is wrong you dont fucking ignore it.. Your probably the guy who would witness a young girl being abducted and instead of helping preventing the crime would go off in search of a pay phone to call the police.

Associates are treated like shit, as in third world country shit. Thats not the American way and should be investigated and regulated accordingly with the full force of the law.
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yep, that is exactly what i would do. amazing how your figured that out. you sir, are a true genius, a god among men.
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I am shocked at how many of you support Wal-Mart. How many USA manufacturing jobs have been lost because of Wal-marts influence? how many small businesses have they killed.

Also, you cant really blame Sam. Its those who have come after him that are truly to blame
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I totally agree. What Sam Walton created and what the monsters in his family have turned his company into is an utter shame and disgrace to the legacy Sam left behind. They even changed the badges and removed "associates make the difference" to "save more, live better" bs.

Most of the people who are supporting Wal Mart in this thread have never had to work their and have no fucking clue or experience at just how miserable a place it is to work at those facilities. It's easy to preach from behind the drivers seat..but hey thats common practice now days.
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Nobody HAS to work there. you don't like how you are treated, work somewhere else, get an education, join the military, do anything other than bitch about it.
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If something is wrong you dont fucking ignore it.. Your probably the guy who would witness a young girl being abducted and instead of helping preventing the crime would go off in search of a pay phone to call the police.

Associates are treated like shit, as in third world country shit. Thats not the American way and should be investigated and regulated accordingly with the full force of the law.
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I am shocked at how many of you support Wal-Mart. How many USA manufacturing jobs have been lost because of Wal-marts influence? how many small businesses have they killed.

Also, you cant really blame Sam. Its those who have come after him that are truly to blame
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I am shocked at at how many of you fools fall for this shell game. Look at all the manufacturing jobs we have lost through nafta with slick willy and then all the regs through barac hammas oblahblah. Go on an apology tour and then make deals with all these other nations and jobs are gone. Regulate businesses out of business or go out of country to stay alive. Then target them because they left. How dumb do you people have to be?

You fools have no clue and fall for the rhetoric every time.
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I am shocked at how many of you support Wal-Mart. How many USA manufacturing jobs have been lost because of Wal-marts influence? how many small businesses have they killed.

Also, you cant really blame Sam. Its those who have come after him that are truly to blame
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I am shocked at at how many of you fools fall for this shell game. Look at all the manufacturing jobs we have lost through nafta with slick willy and then all the regs through barac hammas oblahblah. Go on an apology tour and then make deals with all these other nations and jobs are gone. Regulate businesses out of business or go out of country to stay alive. Then target them because they left. How dumb do you people have to be?

You fools have no clue and fall for the rhetoric every time.
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They unionized the Twinkie...and now you see the results.

Hey that was such a great idea.....let's do it to Walmart now too.

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Well, are there any Wal-Mart workers out there that wants to give your 2 cents worth in this thread?
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2 cents is probably all they have left, that's over an hour's wage
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I am shocked at how many of you support Wal-Mart. How many USA manufacturing jobs have been lost because of Wal-marts influence? how many small businesses have they killed.

Also, you cant really blame Sam. Its those who have come after him that are truly to blame
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I am shocked at at how many of you fools fall for this shell game. Look at all the manufacturing jobs we have lost through nafta with slick willy and then all the regs through barac hammas oblahblah. Go on an apology tour and then make deals with all these other nations and jobs are gone. Regulate businesses out of business or go out of country to stay alive. Then target them because they left. How dumb do you people have to be?

You fools have no clue and fall for the rhetoric every time.
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They unionized the Twinkie...and now you see the results.

Hey that was such a great idea.....let's do it to Walmart now too. 5a
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great idea but what are people going to say when they have to start paying union dues while making $7.25 an hour?
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I am shocked at how many of you support Wal-Mart. How many USA manufacturing jobs have been lost because of Wal-marts influence? how many small businesses have they killed.

Also, you cant really blame Sam. Its those who have come after him that are truly to blame
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I am shocked at at how many of you fools fall for this shell game. Look at all the manufacturing jobs we have lost through nafta with slick willy and then all the regs through barac hammas oblahblah. Go on an apology tour and then make deals with all these other nations and jobs are gone. Regulate businesses out of business or go out of country to stay alive. Then target them because they left. How dumb do you people have to be?

You fools have no clue and fall for the rhetoric every time.
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They unionized the Twinkie...and now you see the results.

Hey that was such a great idea.....let's do it to Walmart now too.

5a
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That is the only reason they demonize walmart. The world's largest private employer and they will not socialize. They hate it.

Look at GM.
They went from " FAT CAT " target status to pop culture icon after they took the kool aid.
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The inevitable endgame of capitalism in it's current form.
No different from kings of old, but they've exchanged turnips and livestock for cheap plastic crap.

It only takes one war to level a family fortune to nothing.
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I am shocked at how many of you support Wal-Mart. How many USA manufacturing jobs have been lost because of Wal-marts influence? how many small businesses have they killed.

Also, you cant really blame Sam. Its those who have come after him that are truly to blame
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I am shocked at at how many of you fools fall for this shell game. Look at all the manufacturing jobs we have lost through nafta with slick willy and then all the regs through barac hammas oblahblah. Go on an apology tour and then make deals with all these other nations and jobs are gone. Regulate businesses out of business or go out of country to stay alive. Then target them because they left. How dumb do you people have to be?

You fools have no clue and fall for the rhetoric every time.
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They unionized the Twinkie...and now you see the results.

Hey that was such a great idea.....let's do it to Walmart now too.

5a
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That is the only reason they demonize walmart. The world's largest private employer and they will not socialize. They hate it.

Look at GM.
They went from " FAT CAT " target status to pop culture icon after they took the kool aid.
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Excellent point. I applaud Walmart for not giving into the pressure to capitulate the company's profits to benefit people who don't deserve it. If someone intends to make a career out of working at Walmart, they are likely too lazy to find a better job. Walmart has already been hiring temps to fill in for the strikers, so all the strikers have done is forfeit their job. Probably didn't think that one through...
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If Walmart is your "career", and anything more than a short term job on the path to improving yourself, then you will always be and deserve to be in poverty.
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Wal-Mart has damaged the United States at an incredible level. Sure, K-Mart and Target have the same business models (by the way, Target's wages are far higher and they do not discriminate when promoting from within) but they have not caused near the damage.

In Urban areas: Wal-Mart opens a store. A bunch of small business stores close up and other franchises move in (CVS, McDonalds, etc.) around it to pick up Wal-Mart's business. Then, Wal-Mart closes their (massive) store and moves it 1.5 miles south, taking out ALL of the other (sometimes privately owned!) franchises with it. Then, you have a gigantic empty building with a massive empty parking lot and 5-10 empty stores with their own parking lots all around. Wal-Mart just killed a micro-economy. Nobody will ever buy an old Wal-Mart building because they are just too big, the only thing they could be used for is Wal-Mart.

In Rural areas: When Wal-Mart moves into a small town, they take out every business with them, guaranteed. All small businesses close and all workers go to work at Wal-Mart. I've seen Wal-Mart make a move like that, and then move out of a town 7 years later completely killing the town.

Wal-Mart is the perfect example of why capitalism is dangerous and should be limited. No company should be that big. Even if you put a McDonalds in a town of 1500 people, it doesn't mean people are going to go there for all of their nourishment. There is no other retail company that is on the same level as Wal-Mart in this world. I'm just glad that where I live (Japan) the government limited Wal-Mart (they operate under the name of Seiyu here) to smaller grocery stores (and that's IT..)

TL;DR Wal-Mart sucks
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So don't work at WalMart. Educate yourself, get a better paying job. Start your own business. Create a product or popular service that you can offer good quality service and prices at to attract customers. No one is forcing you to work at WalMart.

Except maybe the Government illegally ( through corporate fascism since we don't have capitalism anymore nor a free market) working with WalMart to hinder other businesses from achieving such goals.
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That is insane wealth. They do not even pay their employees a living wage. Average Wal-Mart salary is $14,500 a year.

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Mega thread fail!
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Wal-Mart has damaged the United States at an incredible level. Sure, K-Mart and Target have the same business models (by the way, Target's wages are far higher and they do not discriminate when promoting from within) but they have not caused near the damage.

In Urban areas: Wal-Mart opens a store. A bunch of small business stores close up and other franchises move in (CVS, McDonalds, etc.) around it to pick up Wal-Mart's business. Then, Wal-Mart closes their (massive) store and moves it 1.5 miles south, taking out ALL of the other (sometimes privately owned!) franchises with it. Then, you have a gigantic empty building with a massive empty parking lot and 5-10 empty stores with their own parking lots all around. Wal-Mart just killed a micro-economy. Nobody will ever buy an old Wal-Mart building because they are just too big, the only thing they could be used for is Wal-Mart.

In Rural areas: When Wal-Mart moves into a small town, they take out every business with them, guaranteed. All small businesses close and all workers go to work at Wal-Mart. I've seen Wal-Mart make a move like that, and then move out of a town 7 years later completely killing the town.

Wal-Mart is the perfect example of why capitalism is dangerous and should be limited. No company should be that big. Even if you put a McDonalds in a town of 1500 people, it doesn't mean people are going to go there for all of their nourishment. There is no other retail company that is on the same level as Wal-Mart in this world. I'm just glad that where I live (Japan) the government limited Wal-Mart (they operate under the name of Seiyu here) to smaller grocery stores (and that's IT..)

TL;DR Wal-Mart sucks
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Capitalism promotes effeciency. If a business like Walmart was not more effecient that the alternatives, it would not be successful. If they don't pay their employees enough, then they wouldn't have enough employees. Walmart is a natural by product of capitalism. Capitalism is a good thing and led to every modern advancement in this world. If you start putting limits on capitalism then the human race will stagnate.
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That is insane wealth. They do not even pay their employees a living wage. Average Wal-Mart salary is $14,500 a year.

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Mega thread fail!
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Yeah apparently Walmart has a pay scale that pays according to your working skills... Wow what a concept... Who would have thought managing $2,000,000 a week in sales would pay more than a greeter... Damm!
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That is insane wealth. They do not even pay their employees a living wage. Average Wal-Mart salary is $14,500 a year.

[link to www.motherjones.com]
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Mega thread fail!
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Yeah apparently Walmart has a pay scale that pays according to your working skills... Wow what a concept... Who would have thought managing $2,000,000 a week in sales would pay more than a greeter... Damm!
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Epic mega thread fail.
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you COULD work for 7 million years, or you can go to school, work your ass off and make your own fortune.
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[link to www.statisticbrain.com]

here is some statistics i found
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That is insane wealth. They do not even pay their employees a living wage. Average Wal-Mart salary is $14,500 a year.

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Mega thread fail!
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That is management salaries. The ones running the cash registers and under management do not make that kind of salary.
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That is insane wealth. They do not even pay their employees a living wage. Average Wal-Mart salary is $14,500 a year.

[link to www.motherjones.com]
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well that's minimum wage @ a 40 hour week

what do you want for being a walmart worker for fucks sake?

lol

hey I know

how about you form a union

force walmart to pay their workers $30 an hour + 150k a year retirement package and drive them out of business

then you won't have to worry about not being paid enough

you can worry about not being paid at all!
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there is always going to be a need for shitty jobs... however that doesn't mean that they should get paid in pennies.
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I work for Wal-mart and 20 years ago I never imagined that they would deprive their associates of Thanksgiving in order to make money, Sick and Twisted. This is going to be my last year with them and then I'm going to quit the company and do something else with my life. I'm still young and there are better opportunities elsewhere.

Please boycott Wal-Mart this weekend.
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Let me put this in crayon... If Walmart decided to take thier toys and go home they could single crash the entire US economy in a single day.... Chew on that for a minute... Yeah I know this is way over the heads of most libtards how this could be true but trust the grown ups who understand economics this is a fact!
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I'm a Reagan Republican and have never voted Democrat. I work for Wal-Mart and they could care less about the associates that do the heavy lifting. It was a better company before Sam died. They took pride in selling American-made goods and they cared more for their workers. They could care less now. They deserve what's coming to them.
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I'm a Reagan Republican and have never voted Democrat. I work for Wal-Mart and they could care less about the associates that do the heavy lifting. It was a better company before Sam died. They took pride in selling American-made goods and they cared more for their workers. They could care less now. They deserve what's coming to them.
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And so do you.
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I'm a Reagan Republican and have never voted Democrat. I work for Wal-Mart and they could care less about the associates that do the heavy lifting. It was a better company before Sam died. They took pride in selling American-made goods and they cared more for their workers. They could care less now. They deserve what's coming to them.
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And so do you.
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Who are you to say what I deserve? What sort of shill are you? You sure are not a conservative.

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