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What's your opinion on Walmart?
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23 / M / AZ
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Posted 9/24/14
I don't mind shopping for groceries there.
Posted 9/24/14
I feel like every thing I touch in there my hands are going to rot off ...
Bring some hand sanitizer. I've seen some weird ass shit that
goes on in there.
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21 / M / Somewhere in Arta...
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Posted 9/24/14 , edited 9/24/14
I don't mind shopping at Wal-Mart but if there was a Target or something else, I will definitely shop there instead. I just don't like the fact that there is a lot of "strange" people that shop there.
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22 / M / NJ, USA
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Posted 9/24/14 , edited 9/24/14
A place where there are 20+ cash registers, but only less than two are open. Other than that, it's one depressing place.
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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Posted 9/24/14

FrozenPsycho wrote:

I don't mind shopping at Wal-Mart but if there was a Target or something else, I will definitely shop there instead. I just don't like the fact that there is a lot of "strange" people that shop there.


I feel same exact way. I love Target.
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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Posted 9/24/14

Chopsuey9444 wrote:

A place where there are 20+ cash registers, but only less than two are open. Other than that, it's one depressing place.



That annoys the hell out of me.
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83 / F / Bite the pillow.
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Posted 9/24/14
Their prices are good, but their core customer base is obese, unhygienic, unhealthy, and have the collective IQ of a small soap dish.

Wal-Mart tends to destroy small businesses within a 10 mile radius, but Wal-Mart's parasitical nature has led to a net positive resurgence in downtown districts (where small businesses tend to survive well).

I usually disinfect myself for 30-minutes after I leave, but I do shop there when I'm in need of coffee or blankets that itch.
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Posted 9/24/14
hahahaha.. I just remember going there as a kid and being scared of the people there. I'm not hating on anyone that goes there.. But Wal-Mart just really bothered me at a young age.. The vibes always just felt really off and strange..
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22 / F / Washington
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Posted 9/24/14 , edited 9/29/14
I hate Walmart. I have friends that work there and they hate it. They switch out managers ever 6 months and treat there employees like dog turds. There was that one time a couple years ago in my town where a guy got bit by a rattlesnake in Walmart (This made national news if anyone remembers) and so Walmart fired everyone in that department because they didn't do there "Safety check" to make it look like they did something and my step dad worked at the hospital he went to. Turns out the guy brought the snake in to Walmart and never actually got bit he did it to have his 15 minutes of fame. Thats not the point though... Walmart took action before anything was actually determined. They also never hired those employees back nor did they pay them for firing them for reasons that were false. Lets just say I hate Walmart.
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24 / M / Las Vegas
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Posted 9/24/14
I do shop there once in a while, but I don't really have a strong opinion on it.
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My thoughts are that Walmart is an institution which could not vanish quickly enough. The company has consistently, aggressively, and viciously opposed any effort at establishing any sort of collective bargaining institution for its laborers, instead peddling the fantasy that such is already present in the form of an "open managerial atmosphere" while in reality taking full advantage of the institution of at-will employment to prevent any substantive invocation of the policy on the part of employees. Should such strongarming prove unable to prevent labor from beginning to organize stores simply begin to close, in part or in whole.

And they have the audacity to call their employees "associates". It's laughable.
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28 / M / Irvine, California
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Posted 9/24/14 , edited 9/24/14
I avoid Walmart like the plague....I am currently stationed in a small Idaho town and Walmart is the biggest business here, you wanna talk about weird people come to the Walmart here for about 5 minutes and you will want to cry.....I drive an hour to Boise to do my shopping that is how much I hate Walmart
Posted 9/24/14
The average annual income of Walmart Shoppers are around 33k.

Average Income for Target shoppers are around 50k.

Costco Shoppers are around 75k.

You may hate it for how it treats its employees, but you got to admit, it does have cheap groceries.
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21 / M / Around
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Posted 9/24/14
I thinks it's meh, but it's cheap just like me
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Posted 9/24/14 , edited 9/24/14
I don't really like it too much.
I prefer Target.
I have nothing against them but it's not very pleasant or exotic.
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