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memo

Doniphan, MO

#1 Nov 21, 2012
help them out for one day

Since: Apr 12

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#2 Nov 21, 2012
the hell with wal-mart and their worker...what about all the SOLDIERS fighting over there!they dont get thanksgiving off.people need to grow up and be thanksful you got someone fighting for your freedom 24/7 365days with no holiday off..fed up with all the cry babies cryin over havin to work a few hours on thanksgiving..it could be worst!GOD BLESS U.S. SOLDIERS AND WHAT THEY GO THUR EVERYDAY
hmm

Lexington, KY

#3 Nov 21, 2012
THE HARD STUFF wrote:
the hell with wal-mart and their worker...what about all the SOLDIERS fighting over there!they dont get thanksgiving off.people need to grow up and be thanksful you got someone fighting for your freedom 24/7 365days with no holiday off..fed up with all the cry babies cryin over havin to work a few hours on thanksgiving..it could be worst!GOD BLESS U.S. SOLDIERS AND WHAT THEY GO THUR EVERYDAY
Grammar is the hard stuff for you.
Cry babys

Elizabethtown, KY

#5 Nov 22, 2012
Thank you man you have it right.I was in the USMC in 1971 you are right on 100% right Thank you.
THE HARD STUFF wrote:
the hell with wal-mart and their worker...what about all the SOLDIERS fighting over there!they dont get thanksgiving off.people need to grow up and be thanksful you got someone fighting for your freedom 24/7 365days with no holiday off..fed up with all the cry babies cryin over havin to work a few hours on thanksgiving..it could be worst!GOD BLESS U.S. SOLDIERS AND WHAT THEY GO THUR EVERYDAY
PROUD MOM

Greensburg, KY

#6 Nov 22, 2012
First let me say I work for Walmart.
MOST importantly ....My son was
Army, he served in Dessert Storm. My nephews
served Dessert Storm and Freedom Iraqi,
My Brother and several cousins
served in Viet Nam, My Dad served
in Korean conflict, my uncles and Grandpa
served in WW2. I had many sleepless nites
and holidays with out my family. I was not
military but I AM a PROUD military Mom and family member.
EVERY soldier that comes in the store and I
know they are military. I personally thank
them for what they are doing. I have had several
tell me they are honored to do this. If some one
is wearing a Vet hat or shirt, I thank them.
I proudly wear Red, white and blue EVERY friday
in honor of of Military. my vehicles all have
flags and support our Troops decals, I have
several American Flags at my home.
I also want to thank you "THE HARD STUFF" and also thank you "CRY babys" for your service to our
Great Country.
Please if you have a gripe thats fine, but do
not put everyone in the same catagory.
P.S. YES I will be working today, its part of the job when working in retail.
No Brainer

Elizabethtown, KY

#7 Nov 22, 2012
Even soldiers overseas get some form of Thanksgiving, yes it may not be with their families but that is the life they signed up for - get a clue.
memo

Elizabethtown, KY

#8 Nov 22, 2012
I am a vet and i dont need any one to cry baby for me.

i vote for wal-mart workers
CHINA MART

Trinity, TX

#9 Nov 23, 2012
Even when they are working, their off!! Half stand around doing nothing but yapping. They are very rude and have major attitudes. They are more like gas station clerks than grocery clerks. They don't help you put your bags in cart any longer???? The attitudes along with laziness keep me away unless I have no choice.
Now I'm SURE the LADIES that have work ethics are nice and hard workers that is why I said HALF, I'm not lumping all of the cashiers/managers, but a vast majority..

On the other hand, I don't think ANY establishments should be open on holidays except maybe the gas stations by expressways for travelers, other than that, people should be with family on holidays. The stores should take those (and others) to CLEAN!!! Everywhere is just getting nasty. I bought a cake at Walmart that had a dead fly in it!!!(my last trip in Walmart for food!!!!)
I won't even get started on the bathrooms!! And yes the bathrooms are employees jobs also...that get neglected!
In the words of rainman...Walmart workers suck
jeee

Elizabethtown, KY

#10 Nov 23, 2012
PROUD MOM wrote:
First let me say I work for Walmart.
MOST importantly ....My son was
Army, he served in Dessert Storm. My nephews
served Dessert Storm and Freedom Iraqi,
My Brother and several cousins
served in Viet Nam, My Dad served
in Korean conflict, my uncles and Grandpa
served in WW2. I had many sleepless nites
and holidays with out my family. I was not
military but I AM a PROUD military Mom and family member.
EVERY soldier that comes in the store and I
know they are military. I personally thank
them for what they are doing. I have had several
tell me they are honored to do this. If some one
is wearing a Vet hat or shirt, I thank them.
I proudly wear Red, white and blue EVERY friday
in honor of of Military. my vehicles all have
flags and support our Troops decals, I have
several American Flags at my home.
I also want to thank you "THE HARD STUFF" and also thank you "CRY babys" for your service to our
Great Country.
Please if you have a gripe thats fine, but do
not put everyone in the same catagory.
P.S. YES I will be working today, its part of the job when working in retail.
I served in Dessert Storm, so emphasize with you. I will never forget that Sundae morning, when we lost a lot of good pies and pastries to the hot fudge bombs from the sky. RIP Corporal Carrot Cake, my one true friend.
Cry babys

Elizabethtown, KY

#11 Nov 23, 2012
When they took the job they knew they would have to work.You sir are a jerk
memo wrote:
I am a vet and i dont need any one to cry baby for me.
i vote for wal-mart workers
looks like

Columbia, KY

#12 Nov 23, 2012
The boycott was a bust. The place is packed.
hey

Elizabethtown, KY

#13 Nov 23, 2012
I think this was a trick to get a better chance at a bargain
Montazuma

Elizabethtown, KY

#14 Nov 23, 2012
THE HARD STUFF wrote:
the hell with wal-mart and their worker...what about all the SOLDIERS fighting over there!they dont get thanksgiving off.people need to grow up and be thanksful you got someone fighting for your freedom 24/7 365days with no holiday off..fed up with all the cry babies cryin over havin to work a few hours on thanksgiving..it could be worst!GOD BLESS U.S. SOLDIERS AND WHAT THEY GO THUR EVERYDAY
lickme
gerty

Elizabethtown, KY

#15 Nov 23, 2012
PROUD MOM wrote:
First let me say I work for Walmart.
MOST importantly ....My son was
Army, he served in Dessert Storm. My nephews
served Dessert Storm and Freedom Iraqi,
My Brother and several cousins
served in Viet Nam, My Dad served
in Korean conflict, my uncles and Grandpa
served in WW2. I had many sleepless nites
and holidays with out my family. I was not
military but I AM a PROUD military Mom and family member.
EVERY soldier that comes in the store and I
know they are military. I personally thank
them for what they are doing. I have had several
tell me they are honored to do this. If some one
is wearing a Vet hat or shirt, I thank them.
I proudly wear Red, white and blue EVERY friday
in honor of of Military. my vehicles all have
flags and support our Troops decals, I have
several American Flags at my home.
I also want to thank you "THE HARD STUFF" and also thank you "CRY babys" for your service to our
Great Country.
Please if you have a gripe thats fine, but do
not put everyone in the same catagory.
P.S. YES I will be working today, its part of the job when working in retail.
Yes, having those stickers that someone sells and puts the money in their pocket really helps our troops; I feel so proud of you.....
memo

Elizabethtown, KY

#16 Nov 23, 2012
i have a dream that someday all jerks will be free.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#17 Nov 24, 2012
My daughter works at Walmart, and on Black Friday, she had items thrown at her and she was cussed at by a few shoppers. One even said hey were going to sue Walmart, because she didn't get a blue ray player.
memo

Elizabethtown, KY

#18 Nov 24, 2012
wal-mart war zone
Cry babys

Elizabethtown, KY

#19 Nov 24, 2012
You sir are nothing but a total jerk
Montazuma wrote:
<quoted text>
lickme
PROUD MOM

Greensburg, KY

#20 Nov 24, 2012
gerty wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, having those stickers that someone sells and puts the money in their pocket really helps our troops; I feel so proud of you.....
I am NOT the one to be proud of. Our SOLDIERS are the ones to be proud of, and yes I recognized the sarcasm. I am a mom, sister, daughter, granddaughter, neice, cousin, and aunt and friend of some soldiers and they make me proud. Those stickers are there because "I" want them there. "I" want every soldier that sees the "stickers" to know I support our troops.
I did NOT claim they helped OUR troops. I merely showed some of the ways I support our troops.
I bought the American flags and that money went into some one
else's pocket also, so I really don't understand your complaint.
If you are or were military, which I seriously doubt. I would
also like to thank you for your service to our great country.

jeee

Elizabethtown, KY

#21 Nov 24, 2012
PROUD MOM wrote:
<quoted text>
I am a mom, sister, daughter, granddaughter, neice, cousin, and aunt and friend of some soldiers and they make me proud.
In other words, you take pride in other people's achievements.

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