Category Archives: Walmart

Zero/Gravity

Saturday night, Prime and I had to hit my old Wal-Mart; there were a few things we needed to get. As always, we hit the self check outs once we were done and I happened to recognize the cashier running … Continue reading

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Finally!

It finally happened: the HRC revoked Wal-Mart’s perfect score after complaints from transgender workers. To which I say, “Good. About damned time.” As I’ve said, I worked there years ago. Wal-Mart is one of the worst companies anyone could possibly be … Continue reading

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Chance Encounter

Yesterday, as I was walking to work, a truck driver waved at me. I froze at first but then smiled and waved back; it was Sean, who had been a cashier at my old Walmart until he was fired about … Continue reading

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Here is a Creepy Thing

Wal-Mart wants to come to your house… and load your groceries in the fridge. Seriously. On Friday, the retail giant announced a partnership with August Home, a smart-lock startup, that would allow a delivery person to enter customers’ orders and … Continue reading

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I Really Need to Quit Acting Surprised

I found this while clicking around the blogosphere and it is disturbing: Walmart guilty of discriminating against another transgender woman. I can’t really say I’m surprised. “Sam’s Club wasn’t safe for me as a transgender woman,” Bost said. “No one should … Continue reading

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The Aftermath

I found this while doing the usual click through yesterday and it’s a heartbreaking read: What happened when Walmart left. This is the bitter aftermath of what happens when a store closes. There are jobs lost. There is a hole left … Continue reading

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