man begging at walmart
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working citizen

United States

#1 Sep 1, 2018
This man is standing at the Walmart intersection 7 days a week like its his job. He drives a red car, parks at office max, walks up there, stands in the heat. He can work a job if he can do all of that. Stop giving him money. Im tired of people wanting a hand out.
Just saying

United States

#4 Sep 1, 2018
Then donít give them money. Iím tired of people hustling for money on the way into Walmart but no one complains about them.
Idea

Hopkinsville, KY

#5 Sep 1, 2018
How about just not going to Wal-Mart. They don't sell anything that can't be purchased elsewhere.
F Y in your eye

United States

#6 Sep 1, 2018
F U (|< Hanson Bitchs
office max empoyee

United States

#7 Sep 1, 2018
working citizen wrote:
This man is standing at the Walmart intersection 7 days a week like its his job. He drives a red car, parks at office max, walks up there, stands in the heat. He can work a job if he can do all of that. Stop giving him money. Im tired of people wanting a hand out.
What kind of red car?
PastMyPrime

United States

#8 Sep 1, 2018
I was hit up for money inside the store once. He said he was homeless. And no, I didn't give him any.

Another reason I am very cautious when shopping alone.
F Y in your eye

United States

#9 Sep 1, 2018
Nobody wants your Fatass
F Y in your eye

United States

#10 Sep 1, 2018
)(-)(Lardass & Lardass )(-)(
HAHA

Hopkinsville, KY

#11 Sep 1, 2018
Look!! He must have a phone also..lol
Just saying

United States

#14 Sep 2, 2018
Idea wrote:
How about just not going to Wal-Mart. They don't sell anything that can't be purchased elsewhere.
Itís not just Walmart. The Boy Scouts were standing outside of Kroger asking people to buy $50 containers of popcorn yesterday.
Woopwoop

Madisonville, KY

#15 Sep 2, 2018
Just saying wrote:
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Itís not just Walmart. The Boy Scouts were standing outside of Kroger asking people to buy $50 containers of popcorn yesterday.
I understand itís fundraisers but I heard the mom tell the Boy Scouts ..... get back in front of your door and stand when it opens and have your sign. They basically blocked u from walking in. I hate that !!!! I feel we are hot up everywhere we go that someone needs money! So do I !!!!
True

United States

#16 Sep 2, 2018
Woopwoop wrote:
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I understand itís fundraisers but I heard the mom tell the Boy Scouts ..... get back in front of your door and stand when it opens and have your sign. They basically blocked u from walking in. I hate that !!!! I feel we are hot up everywhere we go that someone needs money! So do I !!!!
Yes how about when major corporations ask for your money for back to school and other programs. Umm how about your corporation just make a donation!!!! Why are y'all begging me for my change?
Just saying

United States

#17 Sep 2, 2018
Woopwoop wrote:
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I understand itís fundraisers but I heard the mom tell the Boy Scouts ..... get back in front of your door and stand when it opens and have your sign. They basically blocked u from walking in. I hate that !!!! I feel we are hot up everywhere we go that someone needs money! So do I !!!!
There was actually a boy that followed us with his sign. They told someone I was with their popcorn was $50, the person I was with gave them $5 as a donation and then when we came out the other end of the store they were right there asking for money again.
I donít donate to any of these charities or programs. I donít work for money so I can give it to everyone begging me as I walk in the store or someone pan handling can make me feel bad enough that I give them money too.

Iíve actually just started walking in and ignoring them because Iím tired of saying no.
Honest

United States

#19 Sep 2, 2018
Just saying wrote:
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There was actually a boy that followed us with his sign. They told someone I was with their popcorn was $50, the person I was with gave them $5 as a donation and then when we came out the other end of the store they were right there asking for money again.
I donít donate to any of these charities or programs. I donít work for money so I can give it to everyone begging me as I walk in the store or someone pan handling can make me feel bad enough that I give them money too.

Iíve actually just started walking in and ignoring them because Iím tired of saying no.
Yes I totally agree with you one hundred percent!
Wow

United States

#20 Sep 2, 2018
Just saying wrote:
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Itís not just Walmart. The Boy Scouts were standing outside of Kroger asking people to buy $50 containers of popcorn yesterday.
AAU does too
hesfakenews

United States

#21 Sep 3, 2018
I saw the man Tuesday as well around Walmart close to starbucks. He is the SAME man who got into some trouble at the Benton Walmart for assaulting a woman for calling him out and recognizing him from the Hanson Ky Walmart begging for money. I can not believe he is still at it. From what I hear he is from Hanson and lives in a small subdivision and drives a newer van. DO NOT GIVE THIS MAN MONEY. This is his job, to ask for money. This is what he does for a living. I'm all for helping out people in times of need but this man does NOT need any money. This is the forth Walmart i have seen him at .
Just a civilian

United States

#22 Sep 3, 2018
This man is a veteran. He has his veteran ID. Its SAD that this man has to stand and ask for money. He served our country, he needs to be taken care of and not bashed by the cowards who are too scared to do it themselves.
Just saying

United States

#23 Sep 3, 2018
Just a civilian wrote:
This man is a veteran. He has his veteran ID. Its SAD that this man has to stand and ask for money. He served our country, he needs to be taken care of and not bashed by the cowards who are too scared to do it themselves.
Just to clarify, I also know someone that gave him money a couple weeks ago. He was standing there in the rain, had a sign up that said something about his wife dying of cancer and anything would help. The person I know, turned the car around and got him some water and gave him a little money. They said the only reason they did it was because the man looked like he was bad off, like you could tell he was sick.
We saw him yesterday and he didnít look that bad off. I do feel bad that his circumstances are what they are but it is not my responsibility to care for someone else when I have my own family to provide for. Itís not fair to judge others because theyíre tired of feeling guilty every time they pass a pan handler or every time they walk into a store and someone is begging for money. The time spent holding up a sign could be better spent looking for any kind of work
scan artist

New Albany, IN

#24 Sep 3, 2018
The man is driving a car with temp tags on it. He parks at office max. He ain’t that bad off.
Clueless

United States

#25 Sep 3, 2018
Just a civilian wrote:
This man is a veteran. He has his veteran ID. Its SAD that this man has to stand and ask for money. He served our country, he needs to be taken care of and not bashed by the cowards who are too scared to do it themselves.
Why don't you give him your money. An you think he's so bad off, follow him when he leaves for the day. You may be surprised at how "bad off" he is.

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