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By Margaret Currey, November 28, 2008 at 4:37 pm Link to this comment
I shop at Wal-Mart very little because I have discovered that they are not really the best for the price, granted that they are a store with a lot of stuff, but they don’t have good hardware and the quality of some merchandise is awful since China has been making clothes the quality is way down, clothes last very little after a couple of washings.
I shop at Target, but like a lot of people on a fixed income I go to second hand stores.
Something good to be said of peoples excesses, they land at the second hand stores.
By Vadernooooo, November 25, 2008 at 11:04 am Link to this comment
No matter what the economy is like, I still will never support Wal-Mart. Their business practices are disgusting. They treat their workers horribly. I don’t care if they are going “green”, that isn’t enough. Fix the way your company does business, treat your workers fairly, pay them a decent wage for their experience and then perhaps you start getting on a better path.
Doesn’t matter though, they wont thus I will never shop there. No matter what. Plus in the end, they really aren’t that much cheaper, if at all from places such as target. Or even some more locals stores that offer off-brand type items.
By GW=MCHammered, November 25, 2008 at 10:00 am Link to this comment
Boy, ain’t that America somethin’ to see?
Elite corporations dodging a living wage by cost-shifting healthcare onto taxpayers with full government support. Viva la corporate credit state.
Taxpayers Incorporate! We’ll sell our stock on the global market and let government bid for then earn providing us public services. Otherwise, lettem fend for themselves… at WalMart.
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