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Wharf Rat

Herndon, PA

#81 Nov 19, 2012
Moreno Jay wrote:
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And while you're there, be sure to pick up a counter-Lib pizza from nearby Papa John's.
Counter-Lib? Is that a new topping?

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#82 Nov 19, 2012
Maybe, just maybe, we will get lucky and Wallie World will finally shut down and go away. STRIKE, STRIKE, STRIKE. Maybe they will go the way of Hostess. Inferior products for cheap are still inferior products.
Wharf Rat

Herndon, PA

#83 Nov 19, 2012
bubba131 wrote:
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Try and speak clearly...with proper english...
Ain't?? repramandin??
LOL LOL LOL
And I don't need no damn English lessons scabby sob! is that funny too?
bubba131

United States

#84 Nov 19, 2012
Wharf Rat wrote:
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And I don't need no damn English lessons scabby sob! is that funny too?
I think you do and your language supports that.
Finally learn the definition of scab....for the 5th time...
I have never replaced a striking worker thus am not a scab...
And, yes your comments are funny...LOL
CheersForKyle

Palm Bay, FL

#85 Nov 19, 2012
Who feels sorry for thes folks? If they don't go to work I hope they are all replaced the next day and they can sit home and be Obama's children. There are many people out there needing a paycheck that will be glad to take their place.
I can't count the Christmas Eves, New Years Eves, New Years days, Easters, Labor days, and every other holiday you can mention, that I have worked. I won't say that I enjoyed giving up my holidays, but this was part of my job. If I had not been willing to do this I would have found another job. No, I am not sorry for them, I think they need to grow up and live in the real world!
George

United States

#86 Nov 19, 2012
CheersForKyle wrote:
Who feels sorry for thes folks? If they don't go to work I hope they are all replaced the next day and they can sit home and be Obama's children. There are many people out there needing a paycheck that will be glad to take their place.
I can't count the Christmas Eves, New Years Eves, New Years days, Easters, Labor days, and every other holiday you can mention, that I have worked. I won't say that I enjoyed giving up my holidays, but this was part of my job. If I had not been willing to do this I would have found another job. No, I am not sorry for them, I think they need to grow up and live in the real world!
Agree 1000 percent. Next thing you know they are going to try to Unionize the Military. Lets just shut down our security for the all the holidays. Unions are about the same as welfare fraud. They want, want and want and isn't worth the breath they take.
bubba131

United States

#87 Nov 19, 2012
CheersForKyle wrote:
Who feels sorry for thes folks? If they don't go to work I hope they are all replaced the next day and they can sit home and be Obama's children. There are many people out there needing a paycheck that will be glad to take their place.
I can't count the Christmas Eves, New Years Eves, New Years days, Easters, Labor days, and every other holiday you can mention, that I have worked. I won't say that I enjoyed giving up my holidays, but this was part of my job. If I had not been willing to do this I would have found another job. No, I am not sorry for them, I think they need to grow up and live in the real world!
You are EXACTLY correct!!
If they are unhappy with their job just quit!!

“Make St. Marys great again! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#88 Nov 19, 2012
I just went through the famous checkout station 12 at Walmart about fifteen minutes go.

I asked the clerk if she planned on walking out Friday.

She said "You know, you the second one asked me that tonight. What's with that?"

This will turn out to be even bigger than Y2K!:-)
Government Unionizer

Herndon, PA

#89 Nov 19, 2012
Moreno Jay wrote:
I just went through the famous checkout station 12 at Walmart about fifteen minutes go.
I asked the clerk if she planned on walking out Friday.
She said "You know, you the second one asked me that tonight. What's with that?"
This will turn out to be even bigger than Y2K!:-)
We unionizing governmetn just now. Don't have time to mess with them private companies. They aint got no money anyhow. Govement got all the money. We gonna organize and unionize the govment and get that money.
Castro

Saint Marys, GA

#90 Nov 20, 2012
Wish we had Walmart in Havana.
on the take

United States

#91 Nov 20, 2012
Government Unionizer wrote:
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We unionizing governmetn just now. Don't have time to mess with them private companies. They aint got no money anyhow. Govement got all the money. We gonna organize and unionize the govment and get that money.
Shows how much of a dumbass you are walmart has much more money than the goverment.
Balsamaceous

Saint Marys, GA

#92 Nov 23, 2012
What effect chronic contamination from sludge and other wastes will have on the oceans' restorative powers is still unknown. Minus the balsamaceous or incense resins and portrayed as Osiris, God of the Dead, he evidently did not lean toward the "Spirit" side. Ole Joez Lucentce Cedar Oak Cafe and Java Joez, 304 Osborne Street, Saint Marys, Georgia 31558 Be on lookout for a visit from US Department of Labor scouring the area.

“Make St. Marys great again! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#93 Nov 23, 2012
Damn it, I was hoping unionists all over the country would show up early enough to place themselves bewteen the locked Walmart doors and the hordes of deal crazed savages.

No such luck.
George

United States

#94 Nov 23, 2012
Balsamaceous wrote:
What effect chronic contamination from sludge and other wastes will have on the oceans' restorative powers is still unknown. Minus the balsamaceous or incense resins and portrayed as Osiris, God of the Dead, he evidently did not lean toward the "Spirit" side. Ole Joez Lucentce Cedar Oak Cafe and Java Joez, 304 Osborne Street, Saint Marys, Georgia 31558 Be on lookout for a visit from US Department of Labor scouring the area.
WTF???
Potvaliancy

Saint Marys, GA

#95 Nov 24, 2012
DeLoughy looked over his shoulder, peering at Cindy Dean with his little short-sighted pig's eyes, into which, in my potvaliancy, I immediately chucked half a tumbler of very strong grog, and under cover of it attempted to bolt through the scuttle making a mad rush for my golf cart.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/22/walm... n 2175697.html?utm hp re=mostpopular
Potvaliancy

Saint Marys, GA

#96 Nov 24, 2012
If you were unable to reach the sight it is in the Huffington post November 22, 2012 Walmart Strike Dallas, Texas many other cities across the country have similar walk outs taking place. In Tallahassee, Florida two people were shot after an argument, police have made no arrest in connection with this case. Police are looking for a dark green toyota camry. Ain't shopping wonderful ?

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