Walmart Strike on Friday Yes or No?

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#43 Nov 20, 2012
Kotex wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe you change your name to killa the simpleton.

Anti-trust litigation? Did you go beyond 8th grade?
Yes. I went beyond the 8th grade which is why I know about anti-trust litigation.
Jose

Lebanon, MO

#44 Nov 20, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes. I went beyond the 8th grade which is why I know about anti-trust litigation.
That's a brilliant response, now explain what it is without a cut and paste Wikipedia definition.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#45 Nov 20, 2012
Jose wrote:
<quoted text>That's a brilliant response, now explain what it is without a cut and paste Wikipedia definition.
Boring
WorriedInNewYork

Belleville, NJ

#46 Nov 20, 2012
I have my VERY IMPORTANT prescription at a Wallmart Pharmacy. Will I still be able to get my refills??!! Thousands of people like me are very dependent on Wallmart's pharmacys for our meds. I go to them because I have no insurance and their prices are MUCH smaller for one of my drugs that I take than any other pharmacy. Getting another prescription from my doctor would be a problem for me as well as having to pay a premium price for it!!
DashRiprock

Rolla, MO

#47 Nov 20, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes. I went beyond the 8th grade which is why I know about anti-trust litigation.
anti-trust?

Mouth-breather says what?

Nobody listens to what you say IRL.
Why do you clutter topix with your nonsense.
Jose

Lebanon, MO

#48 Nov 20, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
<quoted text>
Boring
Another glib response showing your ability to only regurgitate verbatim information provided by others with no synthesis or original thought. An eighth graduate or anyone with small business experience of any kind would no using loss leader pricing is not illegal, but a way to get customers in the door. Walmart took it a step further to pull customers away for a long enough period to close down the competition. By doing that they are able to control the labor market. You can call Walmart an example of capitalism, it's goal is to destroy competition. It is a vertical and horizontal monopoly, Walmart does not own the factories that produces it's goods, but it does control them with it's size.

As favorable of small business as you talk you seem to have a lot more respect for the mega corporations. If the federal government had the amount of information about your preferences that Walmart has you would scream Big Brother.

At this point I am surprised and ashamed of your irrationality. You have certainly regressed.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#49 Nov 20, 2012
Jose wrote:
<quoted text>Another glib response showing your ability to only regurgitate verbatim information provided by others with no synthesis or original thought. An eighth graduate or anyone with small business experience of any kind would no using loss leader pricing is not illegal, but a way to get customers in the door. Walmart took it a step further to pull customers away for a long enough period to close down the competition. By doing that they are able to control the labor market. You can call Walmart an example of capitalism, it's goal is to destroy competition. It is a vertical and horizontal monopoly, Walmart does not own the factories that produces it's goods, but it does control them with it's size.

As favorable of small business as you talk you seem to have a lot more respect for the mega corporations. If the federal government had the amount of information about your preferences that Walmart has you would scream Big Brother.

At this point I am surprised and ashamed of your irrationality. You have certainly regressed.
http://ftc.gov/bc/antitrust/factsheets/antitr...
Page 28

When will you liberals learn that I'm never wrong?

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#50 Nov 20, 2012
Jose wrote:
<quoted text>Another glib response showing your ability to only regurgitate verbatim information provided by others with no synthesis or original thought. An eighth graduate or anyone with small business experience of any kind would no using loss leader pricing is not illegal, but a way to get customers in the door. Walmart took it a step further to pull customers away for a long enough period to close down the competition. By doing that they are able to control the labor market. You can call Walmart an example of capitalism, it's goal is to destroy competition. It is a vertical and horizontal monopoly, Walmart does not own the factories that produces it's goods, but it does control them with it's size.

As favorable of small business as you talk you seem to have a lot more respect for the mega corporations. If the federal government had the amount of information about your preferences that Walmart has you would scream Big Brother.

At this point I am surprised and ashamed of your irrationality. You have certainly regressed.
Just a hint for the future... You make it interesting by being wrong. You were wrong. It became interesting. I looked it up.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#51 Nov 20, 2012
Where are you three liberals? I haven't heard anything from you. I'm getting worried. You have to understand that I'm always right. You don't need to be embarrassed. Just relax the vitriol and you can begin the learning.
maybe

Rolla, MO

#53 Nov 20, 2012
Bloodfart wrote:
Ok let me help KTC out. Walmart is not a Union work place. They have the right to ask to go Unionized. Do they, let me answer for you, no. If you want to Unionize do it or shut the "F" up! But let me clue you in, Unionize and Rolla Walmart will close its doors as do the others that Unionize.
too bad you halfwits don't know what you are talking about

you pretend you are labor-law attorneys but your only exposure to this terminology is FOX network "entertainment"

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Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#54 Nov 21, 2012
maybe wrote:
<quoted text>too bad you halfwits don't know what you are talking about

you pretend you are labor-law attorneys but your only exposure to this terminology is FOX network "entertainment"
Holy crap, was that ever a desperate attempt to discredit something. That was hilarious. Thanks for the laugh.
Wondering

Rolla, MO

#55 Nov 21, 2012
If Walmart were in business to put the little guys totally out of business I wonder how Sinks and Hillcrest, who were both in business long before Walmart came here, have both built brand new buildings? AND Walgreens moved in?

I wonder how Krogers and Country Mart stays up?

Can't prove it but I'll they wouldn't drop theirprices to try what was suggested in the donut post because if hey did everyone would run to KMart...that's called Free Market.

Finally those of you who try to apply big business principals to little business and visa-versa have never put them into action. That's like trying to see mufflers in a clothing store
CB cn see both sides

Lebanon, MO

#56 Nov 21, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
Where are you three liberals? I haven't heard anything from you. I'm getting worried. You have to understand that I'm always right. You don't need to be embarrassed. Just relax the vitriol and you can begin the learning.
So are you about to announce you are just a troll, and care nothing about the info, just attention?

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Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#57 Nov 21, 2012
CB cn see both sides wrote:
<quoted text>So are you about to announce you are just a troll, and care nothing about the info, just attention?
I got accused of being an 8th grader, a mouth-breather, and someone capable of no original thought. A little acknowledgement of being wrong would be nice. Perhaps a groveling apology would also be acceptable.
Wondering 2

Salem, MO

#58 Nov 21, 2012
Wondering wrote:
If Walmart were in business to put the little guys totally out of business I wonder how Sinks and Hillcrest, who were both in business long before Walmart came here, have both built brand new buildings? AND Walgreens moved in?
I wonder how Krogers and Country Mart stays up?
Can't prove it but I'll they wouldn't drop theirprices to try what was suggested in the
donut post because if hey did everyone would run to KMart...that's called Free Market.
Finally those of you who try to apply big business principals to little business and visa-versa have
never put them into action. That's like trying to see mufflers in a clothing store
Since when are Country Mart, Kroger, and Walgreen considered small business? Country Mart is a member of a larger trade association and Walgreen and Kroger are chains. Sinks and Hillcrest are fine stores and I support them because of their service. Something you can't get from Walmart. At one point when Walmart was a family owned and controlled company it was different.

Know how God speaks to ignorant people?
"Attention Walmart shoppers".
Jose

Salem, MO

#59 Nov 21, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
<quoted text>
I got accused of being an 8th grader, a mouth-breather, and someone capable of no original thought. A little acknowledgement of being wrong would be nice. Perhaps a groveling apology would also be acceptable.
The best way to respond to a narcissist is to ignor them certainly not apologize for their ego.

I think I will go do something more interesting Killa does not understand, go to work we have to get ready for a big sale Friday.
maybe

Rolla, MO

#60 Nov 21, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
<quoted text>
I got accused of being an 8th grader, a mouth-breather, and someone capable of no original thought. A little acknowledgement of being wrong would be nice. Perhaps a groveling apology would also be acceptable.
We now nicely acknowledge you are wrong. Grovel as you see fit.
maybe

Rolla, MO

#61 Nov 21, 2012
killa_the_compassionate wrote:
<quoted text>
If Walmart was charging less than it cost them to make the donuts, they open themselves up to anti-trust litigation.
Gas stations may not be bakeries, but how did the bakeries at other supermarkets survive? We can't have 500 bakeries in Rolla. The best bakeries survive, and every business has a right to compete in this nation to see if they can be the best. The people chose Walmart and the other bakeries in the area. Communism tries to pick the winners and losers. Free markets let the people decide.
anti trust litigation?
Man, you are some kind of nut.

“I'm right”

Since: Oct 12

Rolla, MO

#62 Nov 21, 2012
maybe wrote:
<quoted text>anti trust litigation?
Man, you are some kind of nut.
Keep reading to the proof so your words don't read so unintelligently.
Tom Turkey

Rolla, MO

#63 Nov 21, 2012
NO! Not Walmart! Not Black Friday!

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