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Lets talk Walmart (very serious)

 
ThePhrophet2012
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So I came across this article about walmart an it got me thinking about how walmart controls alot in the USA an I had no idea as I throw my money at walmart at least 3 times a week on everything from food to toys here is a link to the article im sure this acticle could get pretty deep in thought an discussion the article simply says if walmart paid its workers more money other companys would have to follow suit and pay their employees high wages would turn the econmy round

[link to www.sott.net]

Ps I have bad grammer and can not spell

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Re: Lets talk Walmart (very serious)
If you shop at Walmart you are part of the problem. I blame you.
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People that choose to work at Walmart are the other half of the problem. No one is forcing them to take that wage. Improve yourself and get a skill that demands more pay....


Simple solution for those hours are not willing to learn more
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It doesn't work that way.
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Walmart is not union wages, that's why there is this agenda against Walmart.
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Re: Lets talk Walmart (very serious)
So I came across this article about walmart an it got me thinking about how walmart controls alot in the USA an I had no idea as I throw my money at walmart at least 3 times a week on everything from food to toys here is a link to the article im sure this acticle could get pretty deep in thought an discussion the article simply says if walmart paid its workers more money other companys would have to follow suit and pay their employees high wages would turn the econmy round

[link to www.sott.net]

Ps I have bad grammer and can not spell

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That's why you shop at Walmart.
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It doesn't work that way.
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What doesn't? I'm not following you.

I agree that improving your job skills isn't what it
once was. In fact, very little actual change can be
expected, and this goes back to corporate bribes for
laws forcing people to be educated by their stooges,
and then the personnel people blacklist you to other
potential employers if they don't like you.

You're not free to sell you labor like when I was a kid.
It's a communist control system invented by the corporate
oligarchy.
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Walmart has everyone hood winked into thinking they are THE cheapest around.

Yes, on SOME items they are but by far they are 2-4 times MORE EXPENSIVE.!

I work at a smaller chain Store that "competes" and I can tell you we have the lowest prices in the town on food.
Not to mention we source our food locally and seasonally while walmart ships it in from god knows where.

People need to STOP shopping at that HELL HOLE.
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Walmart has everyone hood winked into thinking they are THE cheapest around.

Yes, on SOME items they are but by far they are 2-4 times MORE EXPENSIVE.!

I work at a smaller chain Store that "competes" and I can tell you we have the lowest prices in the town on food.
Not to mention we source our food locally and seasonally while walmart ships it in from god knows where.

People need to STOP shopping at that HELL HOLE.
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Re: Lets talk Walmart (very serious)
Walmart has everyone hood winked into thinking they are THE cheapest around.

Yes, on SOME items they are but by far they are 2-4 times MORE EXPENSIVE.!

I work at a smaller chain Store that "competes" and I can tell you we have the lowest prices in the town on food.
Not to mention we source our food locally and seasonally while walmart ships it in from god knows where.

People need to STOP shopping at that HELL HOLE.
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Re: Lets talk Walmart (very serious)
Walmart has everyone hood winked into thinking they are THE cheapest around.

Yes, on SOME items they are but by far they are 2-4 times MORE EXPENSIVE.!

I work at a smaller chain Store that "competes" and I can tell you we have the lowest prices in the town on food.
Not to mention we source our food locally and seasonally while walmart ships it in from god knows where.

People need to STOP shopping at that HELL HOLE.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27704375


Truth. They have people hypnotized by their slogan and PR. If the product is cheaper, it's manufactured smaller--10 oz vs 12 oz at other stores.
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Im not saying if I do or do not work at the home office, but the grand plan of things is that within the next 10 years we will start to sell lumber to compete with hd and lowes. I urge people not to shop at the stores tomorrow.. please. Just wait though.. if we can get people to break away from holidays with their familys long enough we will start a new shopping day on christmas and take that over as well.

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