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Friday April 05, 2002
10:37 PM

Wal of Shame

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Wal of Shame is a list of most egregious Wal-Mart wrongdoings. Part of Wal-Mart Watch. If you're not in the US, you're not expected to care :-)

--Nat

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  • I can't really say anything good about walmart. They are the world's biggest company. They are evil.

    My uncle calls shopping at walmart on a weekend "the american experiance", packed full of rednecks and families with screaming brats :)

    • My uncle calls shopping at walmart on a weekend "the american experiance", packed full of rednecks and families with screaming brats

      Yeah, people from the working class are a drag! I don't want to know they exist!

  • by chromatic (983) on 2002.04.06 2:51 (#6687) Homepage Journal
    My theory is that they're unfortunate souls damned to wander the grand universe that is Wal*Mart. They're all connected, you see, and that's why they're always full of the same people, no matter where you are.

    I'd write a short story about it, but my name's not Jean-Paul, Albert, or Eugene, and I don't live in mid twentieth century Europe. Ahh, the angst.

  • I'm not defending Wal-Mart, but I wondered about this one. The site says "Only 38% of Wal-Mart employees have company provided health insurance--compared to a national average that shows 60% of employees are covered by company plans.

    Interesting. Does this mean that only 38% take advantage of health benefits or that 38% are eligible for them? I would imagine that many women and students who work there participate in a spouse's or parent's plan. Senior Citizens are covered by Medicare. According to Wal-M