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WARRIOR 2

Alamogordo, NM

#22592 Feb 22, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
<quoted text>
ROF-LAMO
Read the date on that post you frigging idiot.
"By Kim Peterson Feb 14, 2011 2:25PM"
WARRIOR so busted you. You mental midgets don't have anything on WARRIOR!
WARRIOR 2

Alamogordo, NM

#22593 Feb 22, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
..and another dumbass arrives on the scene...or is the same old dumbass playing with himself.
Whenever I arrive I raise the IQ by at least 80 points and that is 80 points more than you have! WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! WARRIOR was so right about you idiots..
Hmmm

Bryant, AR

#22594 Feb 22, 2013
WARRIOR 2 wrote:
I agree with you WARRIOR! PRICELESS!
http://personalmoneystore.com/moneyblog/wal-m...
Wal-Mart has lost it's way from the company Sam Walton created. It now dumps junk on unaware customers at inflated prices and it's beginning to tell. Much like many once successful companies, it's now all about a hugely inflated and vastly overpaid upper management.
Hmmm

Bryant, AR

#22595 Feb 22, 2013
WARRIOR 2 wrote:
<quoted text>Whenever I arrive I raise the IQ by at least 80 points and that is 80 points more than you have! WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! WARRIOR was so right about you idiots..
Yep, it's quite obvious you are a mind freak extraordinaire.
Hmmm

Bryant, AR

#22596 Feb 22, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>Did you get confused again Barney? LMAO! Go back and look under what name you posted your question under. What a doofus!
Speaking of dufusness, how did that star party of yours turn out?

Did Snagglepuss explain to you that Murgatroyd wasn't really a planet?
Hmmm

Bryant, AR

#22603 Feb 22, 2013
Way wiser than DKN wrote:
<quoted text>Do you actually believe the crap you post. In january 2009 Gas was 1.89 a gallon. Just as soon as obama moved into the white house gas just started going up.
Nice that you ignore the $4.12 a gallon the summer of 2008, but that would be par for the course wouldn't it?
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#22605 Feb 23, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
Does your "disability" allow you to actually move about.
Do I get more in welfare if it doesn't? Explain to me how you libtards cheat the welfare system by lying, cheating and stealing? You have it down to a science, tell me what I need to fake in order to get the maximum amount of welfare allowed?
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#22606 Feb 23, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
Wal-Mart has lost it's way from the company Sam Walton created. It now dumps junk on unaware customers at inflated prices and it's beginning to tell. Much like many once successful companies, it's now all about a hugely inflated and vastly overpaid upper management.
Don't shop there!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#22607 Feb 23, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice that you ignore the $4.12 a gallon the summer of 2008, but that would be par for the course wouldn't it?
That poor old Obama just can't do anything wrong. You love him don't you! LMAO!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#22612 Feb 23, 2013
Way wiser than DKN wrote:
<quoted text>You know your sources fail you once again old barney, oh wise one. It's all over the news walmart ceo's are claiming the reason why their sales are down is because EVERYBODY'S PAYROLL taxes went up therfore people have alot less to spend. And it is hurting their profit margins. And guess what if this continues walmart will be laying off workers or closing stores you stock market numbers don't tell the whole store mr expert.
You need to stop hitting these libtards with facts. They are allergic to facts. Their heads will explode trying to find left wing nut web sites that will refute the facts. These libtards live in a fantasy land where everything is free and the grass is always green!
Churmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#22616 Feb 23, 2013
Way wiser than DKN wrote:
<quoted text>You must shop there alot you seem to know all about the goods they sell. If you don't like what they sell go some where else. Here's a thought for you to think about, Quit bad mouthing walmart because if they start closing stores and go under this economy will take a big hit. People that have less money to spend have to shop at walmart and dollar general have no choice. Think twice before you say anything about walmart. The economy needs them.
Before Wal Mart came to out little town. There where lots of family run buisnesses. They paid their help less than the minium wage it was off the books or contract labor. The prices where high. They all got together and colluded. The local stores where arrogant & condecending. Then Wal mart came and paid more then the minium wage and prices where cheap. Of course the little stores folded. Now Wal Mart has the best paying jobs around. Nobody else pays chasiers in excess of twenty thousand dollars per year. Wal Mart works with the college students on the hours so they can attend school. Wal mart is still the best place to buy tires & batteries. You have a problem they exchange it no questions asked. Buy a battery or tire at a parts store and they give you a hassle and charge you a portion for the replacement. If its less than a year old Wal mart will replace it free. Same with tires. I for one dont miss the old mom & pop family run nepotism buisnesses.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#22617 Feb 23, 2013
Way wiser than DKN wrote:
<quoted text>You must shop there alot you seem to know all about the goods they sell. If you don't like what they sell go some where else. Here's a thought for you to think about, Quit bad mouthing walmart because if they start closing stores and go under this economy will take a big hit. People that have less money to spend have to shop at walmart and dollar general have no choice. Think twice before you say anything about walmart. The economy needs them.
I actually like Wal Mart. They have good products at decent prices. Always have and always will..
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#22618 Feb 23, 2013
Way wiser than DKN wrote:
<quoted text>Hey warrior not to change the subject, have you went to your book keeper yet? Well went to my accountant, ain't nothing like last year. I own a really small business don't make much, i'm bearly making a living because of overhead. Regardless what obama says, has everybody believing all small business are rich but they are not. There is so much overhead more money going out than coming in. I don't even make enough to hire any employees. Well now if you own a small business they got to know where every single cent is going. Obama has his nose stuck in our business and boy would i like to thump that nose. He knows nothing about how business works. He needs to keep his nose out of all small businesses and the economy might improve. And what i paid in insurance is ungodly, because you got have insurance for everything, and it's eating my lunch. Go head give you a warning, Your bookkeeper is going to want to know everything you spend. The government is even trying to cheat some people out of earned income credit because out government is broke. And people will be disappointed that refund they are getting will be alot less than last year because our government is broke and it's going to be delayed. You can't file till march 1. Just thought i'd give you aheads up.
We filed our taxes a couple of weeks ago. I pay good money to an accountant who digs deep to get me a fair deal. You ever notice how when we want to keep our hard earned money the liberals call us greedy but when the liberals want to take our hard earned money away from us and redistribute it to the lazy people they don't consider that greedy. Interesting don't you think?
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#22619 Feb 23, 2013
Churmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> Before Wal Mart came to out little town. There where lots of family run buisnesses. They paid their help less than the minium wage it was off the books or contract labor. The prices where high. They all got together and colluded. The local stores where arrogant & condecending. Then Wal mart came and paid more then the minium wage and prices where cheap. Of course the little stores folded. Now Wal Mart has the best paying jobs around. Nobody else pays chasiers in excess of twenty thousand dollars per year. Wal Mart works with the college students on the hours so they can attend school. Wal mart is still the best place to buy tires & batteries. You have a problem they exchange it no questions asked. Buy a battery or tire at a parts store and they give you a hassle and charge you a portion for the replacement. If its less than a year old Wal mart will replace it free. Same with tires. I for one dont miss the old mom & pop family run nepotism buisnesses.
As I stated earlier I like Wal Mart and shop their frequently. Wal Mart is the best thing to happen to this country in a long time. I also frequent the local mom and pop stores when I can and if the price is comperable to Wal Marts I will buy from them. The bottom line when quality is the same then it comes down to price. You don't get ahead in this world by throwing good money away.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#22622 Feb 23, 2013
Tell me boys, what are your thoughts on this.

The Emma Maersk, was launched as the third of a planned fleet of five new “supersize” cargo ships, designed to transport goods across the Pacific in just 5 days. Two more ships are commissioned to be completed in 2012.

These ships were commissioned by Walmart to move goods from China faster than presently possible with standard merchant vessels. The new “super-size” ships can each carry an incredible 15,000 containers! The full crew is just 13 people on a ship longer than modern aircraft carriers which have crews of 3,000.

These new ships are designed for the sole purpose of moving goods from China to ports in the western US. With a 207&#8242; beam, the ships are too wide to fit through the Panama or Suez Canals.

Country of origin – Denmark No US Taxes there.

A documentary in March, 2010 on the History Channel noted that all of these containers are shipped back to China, empty. Yep, that’s right. We send nothing back on these ships.



This is our reality now, but what if we consumed fewer Chinese products, and if we couldn’t find a product made in North America to buy, we just didn’t buy it – is this possible? Imagine how our environment and economy could change.





guest

Blytheville, AR

#22623 Feb 23, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice that you ignore the $4.12 a gallon the summer of 2008, but that would be par for the course wouldn't it?
Nice that you ignore what happened during the summer of 2008 that helped get us back to $1.80, but that would be par for the course wouldn't it?

uly 15, 2008: President Bush rescinds Executive Order banning offshore drilling.

Price of oil at close on July 14 —$145.18.

Price of oil at close on July 16 —$134.60.

“Crude-oil futures tumbled $4.14 to $134.60 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, bringing the contract’s loss to $10.58 over the past two sessions – the biggest two-day drop in crude prices since January 1991. Crude has lost $10.58 over the last two sessions, the biggest two-day price drop since January, 1991. It’s now 8.6% lower than the $147.27 record high hit last Thursday. Earlier in the session, futures slumped $6.74 to an intraday low of $132, the lowest for a front-month contract since June 12.”
guest

Blytheville, AR

#22624 Feb 23, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
Tell me boys, what are your thoughts on this.
The Emma Maersk, was launched as the third of a planned fleet of five new “supersize” cargo ships, designed to transport goods across the Pacific in just 5 days. Two more ships are commissioned to be completed in 2012.
These ships were commissioned by Walmart to move goods from China faster than presently possible with standard merchant vessels. The new “super-size” ships can each carry an incredible 15,000 containers! The full crew is just 13 people on a ship longer than modern aircraft carriers which have crews of 3,000.
These new ships are designed for the sole purpose of moving goods from China to ports in the western US. With a 207&#8242; beam, the ships are too wide to fit through the Panama or Suez Canals.
Country of origin – Denmark No US Taxes there.
A documentary in March, 2010 on the History Channel noted that all of these containers are shipped back to China, empty. Yep, that’s right. We send nothing back on these ships.
This is our reality now, but what if we consumed fewer Chinese products, and if we couldn’t find a product made in North America to buy, we just didn’t buy it – is this possible? Imagine how our environment and economy could change.
What do I think? I think, no I know, that this is a feeble attempt to spin the situation and change to conversation after you've been exposed once again as a liar and you are using a bloggers opinion from eartheasy.com , who provides very little substantial evidence to back up their opinion, to shield yourself from the facts.

Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#22625 Feb 23, 2013
Churmudgeon wrote:
<quoted text> Before Wal Mart came to out little town. There where lots of family run buisnesses. They paid their help less than the minium wage it was off the books or contract labor. The prices where high. They all got together and colluded. The local stores where arrogant & condecending. Then Wal mart came and paid more then the minium wage and prices where cheap. Of course the little stores folded. Now Wal Mart has the best paying jobs around. Nobody else pays chasiers in excess of twenty thousand dollars per year. Wal Mart works with the college students on the hours so they can attend school. Wal mart is still the best place to buy tires & batteries. You have a problem they exchange it no questions asked. Buy a battery or tire at a parts store and they give you a hassle and charge you a portion for the replacement. If its less than a year old Wal mart will replace it free. Same with tires. I for one dont miss the old mom & pop family run nepotism buisnesses.
The average Walmart "associate," Wake Up Walmart reports, makes $11.75 an hour. That's $20,744 per year. Those wages are slightly below the national average for retail employees, which is $12.04 an hour.

They also produce annual earnings that, in a one-earner household, are below the $22,000 poverty line.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/Walmart-employ...

UT-oh below the poverty line- can we say , reduced or free school lunches, food stamps, health care, etc. all paid for by these folks who hate welfare but love Walmart.


Walmart had a net profit of 15 billion and its employees are supplemented by the Gov.

Can you imagine that?

PS,
Have you noticed all those self check out lanes going in Walmart.

I wonder what line those cashiers will be standing in next?


Since: Dec 10

Location hidden

#22626 Feb 23, 2013
guest wrote:
<quoted text>What do I think? I think, no I know, that this is a feeble attempt to spin the situation and change to conversation after you've been exposed once again as a liar and you are using a bloggers opinion from eartheasy.com , who provides very little substantial evidence to back up their opinion, to shield yourself from the facts.
Change your moniker to get a response, well guess it worked, you just got a response.

OH' happy day!
Sam

Bentonville, AR

#22627 Feb 23, 2013
BARNEYII wrote:
Tell me boys, what are your thoughts on this.
The Emma Maersk, was launched as the third of a planned fleet of five new “supersize” cargo ships, designed to transport goods across the Pacific in just 5 days. Two more ships are commissioned to be completed in 2012.
These ships were commissioned by Walmart to move goods from China faster than presently possible with standard merchant vessels. The new “super-size” ships can each carry an incredible 15,000 containers! The full crew is just 13 people on a ship longer than modern aircraft carriers which have crews of 3,000.
These new ships are designed for the sole purpose of moving goods from China to ports in the western US. With a 207&#8242; beam, the ships are too wide to fit through the Panama or Suez Canals.
Country of origin – Denmark No US Taxes there.
A documentary in March, 2010 on the History Channel noted that all of these containers are shipped back to China, empty. Yep, that’s right. We send nothing back on these ships.
This is our reality now, but what if we consumed fewer Chinese products, and if we couldn’t find a product made in North America to buy, we just didn’t buy it – is this possible? Imagine how our environment and economy could change.
Keep unions in business and there will be even more of this. They have managed to get just about every manufacturing job out of the country

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