Loser Slew Waits In Line At Walmart
Posted in the Minneapolis Forum
#1 Nov 23, 2012
Loser Slew waited for hours in line at Walmart. Loser Slew couldn't afford to buy anything be just wanted to be around other losers. Loser Slew was shoved to the floor and spit on for being fat. Slew was happy to have his annual dose of human contact.
#2 Nov 23, 2012
I think you'd be more likely to find the Slewer Rat outside Walmart with the idiots who are making a pathetic try at picketing the stores for not allowing them to unionize.
#3 Nov 23, 2012
Or working, unlike you morons with your sniffers FIRMLY planted in my keister... Poor worthless POS "humans", all you do is help US win the election....
#4 Nov 23, 2012
You working? That's funny, you couldn't sweep floors or clean toilets at Walmart! LOL
BTW: UNIONS FAIL, in spite of pickets outside it's stores around the country Walmart reports record sales, proving that unions are out of touch with the American people.
#5 Nov 23, 2012
Imagine the Level of Mental Illness!
Seriously Sociopath, do you really think that anyone who has had the displeasure to have contact with you would believe that you EVER held any job ever?
Go to the Light!
#7 Nov 23, 2012
Who reported the "record sales", an unbiased source ?? Geez, you lower dumb, to record levels... Of course, you predicted a RawMoney win, so you're almost a moron. LMAOROTFU~!
#8 Nov 24, 2012
From the Huffington Post. The unions failed again. Too bad for them.
Walmart Says It Has Best Black Friday Ever Despite Protests, Crowds
By Jessica Wohl
CHICAGO, Nov 23 (Reuters)- Protesters demanding higher wages and better healthcare for Walmart hourly workers converged on the retailer's stores across the United States, though there was no evidence they disrupted operations for the start of the crucial holiday shopping season.
OUR Walmart, an organization backed by the United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) union, said "hundreds and hundreds of workers" walked off the job on "Black Friday," the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season which accounts for up to half the annual profit of some retailers.
At a Walmart on Chicago's South side, just one employee from the store's nearly 500 staff took part in the demonstration, according to Wal-Mart Stores Inc, the world's largest retailer.
Outside the store, four busloads of protesters chanted in a demonstration that started almost an hour later than planned. The demonstration was peaceful, according to police and store security.
OUR Walmart said it counted 1,000 protests in 46 U.S. states, including strikes in 100 cities - figures that Walmart said were "grossly exaggerated."
Many of the demonstrators were not Walmart workers, but were supporters such as Candice Justice, a retired teacher who stood with dozens of others in Chicago on Friday morning.
"We estimate that less than 50 associates participated in the protest nationwide. In fact, this year, roughly the same number of associates missed their scheduled shift as last year," Walmart U.S. Chief Executive Bill Simon said in a statement.
#9 Nov 24, 2012
More of your Sociopathic Posts! Color me shocked that you add nothing to the conversation!
What are the Poop Packers at Huff saying?
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