boomerang

Keavy, KY

#1 Jun 12, 2014
Who will be the next best mayor
snicker

Keavy, KY

#2 Jun 12, 2014
there prolly enough dopers, trailer trash and foodstampers to elect Thompson, kinda sad really
Susan

Keavy, KY

#3 Jun 12, 2014
snicker wrote:
there prolly enough dopers, trailer trash and foodstampers to elect Thompson, kinda sad really
you say that just to say something bad but when my neighbor needed food for their kids and they were dope heads somebody said call him and he took them food and gave it to them I was there outside he never even said who he was he just brought them food and told them he hoped that would get them by how is that bad
snicker

Keavy, KY

#4 Jun 12, 2014
Susan wrote:
<quoted text> you say that just to say something bad but when my neighbor needed food for their kids and they were dope heads somebody said call him and he took them food and gave it to them I was there outside he never even said who he was he just brought them food and told them he hoped that would get them by how is that bad
bought with someone elses money for one ?
Truth

London, KY

#5 Jun 12, 2014
snicker wrote:
<quoted text>bought with someone elses money for one ?
You're an Idiot , David had more money at 16 than 75% of you will ever have and he stole it from NO one , he worked , and slowly worked his way into several different businesses of which he paid for. Yes his parents helped him some when he was getting started but they did NOT pave his way.
can you all read?

United States

#6 Jun 13, 2014
Have you guys actually taken the time to read and think about this?

http://www.mountainadvocatemedia.com/news/ima...

Let's say you go to Walmart and are going to purchase a $5.00 DVD. You go to the check out, the worker doesn't scan or ring up anything and just asks for $5.00 cash. You had them a $5 bill, they stick it in their pocket, and you leave.......Guess what?

Customer is happy. Worker is definitely happy having made extra cash. But no money shows up as "missing" at the end of the day when the totals are added. Walmart lost money. Think about that when you read the audit.
Scambo

Keavy, KY

#7 Jun 13, 2014
[QUOTE who="can you all read?"]Have you guys actually taken the time to read and think about this?
http://www.mountainadvocatemedia.com/news/ima...
Let's say you go to Walmart and are going to purchase a $5.00 DVD. You go to the check out, the worker doesn't scan or ring up anything and just asks for $5.00 cash. You had them a $5 bill, they stick it in their pocket, and you leave.......Guess what?
Customer is happy. Worker is definitely happy having made extra cash. But no money shows up as "missing" at the end of the day when the totals are added. Walmart lost money. Think about that when you read the audit.[/QUOTE]
That's a very good example , but I might add that the cashier who is a friend or relative to the customer later calls the customer and says "here is a dollar" . making both equal in their guilt.

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