Tag Archives: Walmart

Summer’s End

It’s August. How the hell did it get so late in the year? It seems like a week ago, baseball season started. Now we’re talking about wild card races and wondering when what team will clinch their division. Back to … Continue reading

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Stung

Wednesday was the day of the Transformers event/tour; in our area it was talking place at my old Wal-Mart. I don’t like going to the place; there are far too many bad experiences attached to it. Sure, the people are … 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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A Blogging Milestone

It was twelve years ago that I first started blogging. The reason why I started? In a word, it was stupidity.

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If It Were Only That Easy

I found this post not terribly long ago; I just didn’t have the chance to blog about it until now. It’s a little something I found on the Orbit and it deals with low wage jobs: Not Just Flipping Burgers is the … Continue reading

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Thanks For Doing Me That Little “Favor”

Last Friday, I ran into one of my old coworkers from Walmart. She talked a bit about the new delivery program that has started up; apparently at my old store, it isn’t voluntary. Everyone has to do it. Everyone absolutely hates it. … Continue reading

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All the Empty Spaces

Last Saturday, I stepped into my old Walmart to grab a few things. It was past 2100–9 PM for those of you not used to the 24 hour clock–so the store was quiet. Almost too quiet. There were no screaming … Continue reading

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