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John

Paris, TX

#1 Nov 16, 2012
Any Paris Walmart workers going to strike on or before Black Friday?
And why haven't the Libs called Black Friday shoppers racist?
justanotherguy

Donna, TX

#2 Nov 16, 2012
Hey let em strike. My daughter is old enough to join the work force and is looking for a job.
Cajun

Paris, TX

#3 Nov 16, 2012
Tell me where the majority of the WalMart employees could get another job paying what WalMart pays? Maybe the Hostess Company employees will get a job at WalMart since they elected to strike.
GET obama OUT

Paris, TX

#4 Nov 16, 2012
Cajun wrote:
Tell me where the majority of the WalMart employees could get another job paying what WalMart pays? Maybe the Hostess Company employees will get a job at WalMart since they elected to strike.
What kind of wage does Wal-Mart pay?
ok

Rockwall, TX

#5 Nov 17, 2012
GET obama OUT wrote:
<quoted text>What kind of wage does Wal-Mart pay?
Shit. Not much over minimum.
something

Gainesville, TX

#7 Nov 17, 2012
at least it is over minimum..where I'm working it's dead on minimum..
hope

Paris, TX

#8 Nov 17, 2012
Twinkie workers DO'T want a job or they would have been smart enough to go back in, even their brother Teamsters told them they should take the deal!!
Teamster

Dallas, TX

#9 Nov 17, 2012
Are they stiking because lazy people in this area won't place their carts in the cart parking area's
or is it the rich folks just want do it because it may break a nail. Come on folks do something right in your life.
Wheelchair

Paris, TX

#10 Nov 17, 2012
Teamster wrote:
Are they stiking because lazy people in this area won't place their carts in the cart parking area's
or is it the rich folks just want do it because it may break a nail. Come on folks do something right in your life.
No, they are striking because healthy people keep parking in the handicap places.
Wally Worlds are differen

United States

#11 Nov 17, 2012
I only go to Sulpur Springs or Commerce because they have a larger variety of goods at a lower price, and gas is just so cheep......
whatssamattau

United States

#12 Nov 17, 2012
something wrote:
at least it is over minimum..where I'm working it's dead on minimum..
I read where wonder bread workers were making 11 to 17 dollars an hour.
heyhey

Clarksville, TX

#13 Nov 17, 2012
Does anyone know the sexy buggy boy I think his name is Christian or Christopher I wanna have his babies
curious

Plano, TX

#14 Nov 17, 2012
heyhey wrote:
Does anyone know the sexy buggy boy I think his name is Christian or Christopher I wanna have his babies
Why would you want to have babies with a man who can't keep the buggy's gathered up? If he can't keep the parking lot clear I doubt he would be smart enough to raise a child. Just some food for thought.
Plain and Simple

Paris, TX

#15 Nov 17, 2012
Teamster wrote:
Are they stiking because lazy people in this area won't place their carts in the cart parking area's
or is it the rich folks just want do it because it may break a nail. Come on folks do something right in your life.
They are striking because retailers have now taken EVERY holiday away from their workers. This year Wal Mart and others are opening at 8pm on Thanksgiving day. Many others only close on Christmas already and that is changing as well. Everyone deserves to be with family on holidays but retail workers are forced to miss out on that while the people who make the decision to be open are sittin on their ass with their families on holidays.
worker

Atlanta, GA

#16 Nov 18, 2012
Hospital workers and most all medical professions work or on call on all holidays. Its known when u take the position u will have to be available on these days. I'm sure even retail employees realize when they accepted their jobs they would be possibly working.

Since: Dec 08

Paris

#17 Nov 18, 2012
Due to the ever changing multi-cultural and religious landscape in the U.S. a vast number of people do not celebrate many of the Judeo-Christian holidays. Retailers are recognizing this and seeing this as a way to generate revenue in this economy. I don't necessarily agree with this because people no matter what religion are beliefs you have need time with family.
Sam Crow

Paris, TX

#18 Nov 18, 2012
3FacesofEve wrote:
Due to the ever changing multi-cultural and religious landscape in the U.S. a vast number of people do not celebrate many of the Judeo-Christian holidays. Retailers are recognizing this and seeing this as a way to generate revenue in this economy. I don't necessarily agree with this because people no matter what religion are beliefs you have need time with family.
That's BS

Since: Dec 08

Paris

#19 Nov 18, 2012
What are you calling BS on? Not everyone who lives here goes to church on Sundays or celebrates the Christmas holiday.
Not really

United States

#20 Nov 18, 2012
Plain and Simple wrote:
<quoted text>
They are striking because retailers have now taken EVERY holiday away from their workers. This year Wal Mart and others are opening at 8pm on Thanksgiving day. Many others only close on Christmas already and that is changing as well. Everyone deserves to be with family on holidays but retail workers are forced to miss out on that while the people who make the decision to be open are sittin on their ass with their families on holidays.
boohoo you little bitch most jobs today are on duty 24/7. Get you're lazy ass back on the welfare if you don't like it I've worked days,evening, and nights weekends and holidays for the last 40 yrs and its raised 4 kids and sent 2 to college. So get up and get yourself ready hold your head high and be glad you have a job to go to. If your sweeping the floor do it better than anyone and be proud of your work
new customer

Paris, TX

#21 Nov 18, 2012
the idea solution would be for non Christians workers to trade days and work Christmas, and then Christian to work others holiday

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