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interesting article on wal-mart

Discussion in 'Politics & World News' started by narlus, Sep 20, 2005.

  1. narlus

    narlus Eastcoast Softcore
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  2. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    Wow people you need need to read the whole article.

    I think Allah unleashed Walmart on the great white satan.
     
  4. MTB_Rob_NC

    MTB_Rob_NC What do I have to do to get you in this car TODAY?

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    How funny. I have strawberry pop-tarts
     
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    ridetoofast scarred, broken and drunk

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    actually it is a good article, it will be interesting to see how things develop in so cal...

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    i wonder what the 'pop tart' demographic is up here

    i am ALL ABOUT the frosted :drool: brown :drool: sugah :drool: tarts
     
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    stinkyboy Plastic Santa

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    You're both wrong:

     
  7. N8 v2.0

    N8 v2.0 Not the sharpest tool in the shed

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    Sounds like it is no accident WalMart is the capitalist powerhouse that it is.

    Some smart minds running that empire.

    But sooner or later all good things must end... I remember when Sears was king to retail... :p
     
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    stinkyboy Plastic Santa

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    Almost a good point, but Sears, like Kmart didn't change their thinking (and probably still sell polyester clothing...) until it was too late. I can't see Wal Mart making that mistake in our lifetime.