Greg Wasson Is A Greedy Piece Of Shit

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Greggy Sucks The Big One

United States

#1 Mar 6, 2013
And he sucks the big fat one on the regular while pleasuring himself thinking of his slaves working their asses off for min wage while he cashes a million dollar check and brags about profit but then cuts hours to his min wage dirt poor slaves while working them even harder to increase his own pleasure.
We work our asses off he laughs his ass off thinking about it. He sits at home with expensive porn playing on Christmas day pleasuring himself while laughing at the thought of his slaves at the store. What a greedy asshole piece of shit this guy is. Hope you can get 40 hours worth of management stuff done in under 10 hours with next budget cut while your pay decreases to lowest possible wages while he gets a 100% pay raise AND a fat bonus to purchase next year's expensive Xmas porn with.

Thank you and be well! Or if I was Greggy I suppose I would say work harder and be poorer!
Greggy Sucks The Big One

United States

#2 Mar 6, 2013
I hope he chokes on the next big fat one he takes in and someone decent who cares and doesn't feel the need to pleasure himself to uber expensive porn every Xmas takes his place and gives us our hours and pay back.

Since: Feb 12

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#3 Mar 6, 2013
The Greg Wasson era of WAG will forever be known as the "Walgreed era." Book it.

To be fair this is happening all across America with many corporations.WAG isn't the only company that is sucking the life out of middle class America in the name of the almighty extra upper class dollar.

Wasson must go. Just bail out already please...jump out with your golden parachute and lets pray that we somehow manage to get a CEO replacement that isn't a vampire.

Since: Nov 12

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#4 Mar 6, 2013
Way to carry Obama's message of class warfare to the people!!! How DARE business executives make millions while low income people are out there are struggling with iphones, Samsung s-3's, nike air jordans, flat screen tvs from Walmart.

While Wasson greedily drinks wine and eats food from the paycheck his company voluntarily gave him, other people are struggling to find out where there dope man is today and waiting for the top 54% of taxpayers to reload their food stamp card!

I tell ya, life just isn't fair! I should be able to make the same amount of money as everyone more successful than me!! OR, if people think that isn't fair, than ME or MY POLITICAL PARTY should be able to decide how much more my bosses make.
Ya right

United States

#5 Mar 8, 2013
Disgov, there must be somthing wrong with your mind. Every time someone says the people should be paid more, you say they are an Obama supporter. What does saying wasson makes too much, or store employees don't make enough , have to do with political party or drug dealing?

You seem to play the devils advocate a lot, but I hope you don't really think so poorly of the people who work for you.

Since: Nov 12

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#6 Mar 8, 2013
I'll let you answer the question for yourself:

What is similar between people who complain about CEO pay and Obama's supporters?

I'm not even going to go further. I'm sure you see it for yourself now. Have a good day.
walgemp

United States

#7 Mar 8, 2013
Government handout lovers typically don't work. Those who work hard 30+ hours a week (full time in Walgreens land) on the other hand should be able to make enough to live on with zero reliability on the government for any of it. I am not saying we should all be made millionaires or be able to afford unnecessary luxaries, but enough for rent on a small one or two bedroom apartment, essential bills (power, water, and heat), food, gas in the car, and child care if applicable shouldn't be too much to ask for. Want a bigger living space and some luxaries? THEN get a better job. But those who work hard full time shouldn't need a better job just for those basic essentials. Just my thoughts.
Somewhere in the middle

Grayslake, IL

#8 Mar 8, 2013
Disgov,i'm not sure if you are serious with all of your posts but one things for sure; you definitely get a lot of reactions.
It just seems like anytime anyone is expressing their opinion or has a legit concern; you always have to get your Obama digs and your political spin on it. We get it , your somewhere to the right of mussolini in the political spectrum. It gets tiring hearing far right and far left views on everything. I guess i just want everyone to be able to discuss an issue without defensive off the wall reactions on everything. Maybe it's just our political system in general i don't like. BE ONE.(o.k. i admit it; i drank the kool-aid)

Since: Nov 12

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#9 Mar 8, 2013
You would only consider me to the right if you disagreed with my economic beliefs.

I've heard the "devil's advocate" line my entire life. First from my bleeding heart commie parents. I used to think it was funny (and I still do) until I eventually realized that nearly ALL people who think freely and support freedom are considered devil's advocates. Right is right and wrong is wrong. I don't change my position for arguments sake.

Most people in this forum AND in any democracy are hypocrites and selfish. They vote for what benefits them or the way they want things to be. That is corrupt way of thinking and thus the very problem with a democracy. I vote for people to be free and let the chips fall where they will. I don't support abortion ethically. I think it's murder. But I will defend a woman's right to get an abortion anyway, just because that's how serious I take freedom.

I absolutely will draw people's attention to their dishonest logic, ethics and morality. Whether that be through debate or through mockery. I consider it my duty.
Ya right

United States

#10 Mar 8, 2013
Back to the original post... Our execs are cutting management pay(at least for incoming managers), and being more stingy with raises, healthcare, profit sharing, payroll budgets, and on and on and on. Meanwhile the execs are making record incomes for wslgreens execs. Seems like they are robbing from the poor, to give to the rich. And yes someone making 7.50$ per hour is poor. And in some places there are no other jobs just out there e
Waiting .

Since: Jul 12

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#11 Mar 8, 2013
Walgreens still blows most company's out of the water with their profit sharing match. Ugh I cringed when I saw how awful my husband's company match was.

When I look at my 401K - Walgreens has contributed almost 60% of the money in it. Who can complain about that?
walgemp

Seattle, WA

#12 Mar 8, 2013
Donnelly007 wrote:
Walgreens still blows most company's out of the water with their profit sharing match. Ugh I cringed when I saw how awful my husband's company match was.
When I look at my 401K - Walgreens has contributed almost 60% of the money in it. Who can complain about that?
They even just cut that in half last year. Match was barely over a dollar. Better than nothing and it is nice of them to help us save for retirement, but the hourly wages are still too poor to live off of on your own. Unless you are an mgt or better, which is soon a thing if the past. SFL is not really much better than service clerk.
Wagworker

Phoenix, AZ

#14 May 23, 2013
disgovernment wrote:
Way to carry Obama's message of class warfare to the people!!! How DARE business executives make millions while low income people are out there are struggling with iphones, Samsung s-3's, nike air jordans, flat screen tvs from Walmart.
While Wasson greedily drinks wine and eats food from the paycheck his company voluntarily gave him, other people are struggling to find out where there dope man is today and waiting for the top 54% of taxpayers to reload their food stamp card!
I tell ya, life just isn't fair! I should be able to make the same amount of money as everyone more successful than me!! OR, if people think that isn't fair, than ME or MY POLITICAL PARTY should be able to decide how much more my bosses make.
Sorry but they started it and you are one of their lackeys. We are just trying to fight back. But we are out gunned.
Wagworker

Phoenix, AZ

#15 May 23, 2013
Donnelly007 wrote:
Walgreens still blows most company's out of the water with their profit sharing match. Ugh I cringed when I saw how awful my husband's company match was.
When I look at my 401K - Walgreens has contributed almost 60% of the money in it. Who can complain about that?
Enjoy it while it lasts. They will be coming for that too.
Wagworker

Phoenix, AZ

#16 May 23, 2013
disgovernment wrote:
Way to carry Obama's message of class warfare to the people!!! How DARE business executives make millions while low income people are out there are struggling with iphones, Samsung s-3's, nike air jordans, flat screen tvs from Walmart.
While Wasson greedily drinks wine and eats food from the paycheck his company voluntarily gave him, other people are struggling to find out where there dope man is today and waiting for the top 54% of taxpayers to reload their food stamp card!
I tell ya, life just isn't fair! I should be able to make the same amount of money as everyone more successful than me!! OR, if people think that isn't fair, than ME or MY POLITICAL PARTY should be able to decide how much more my bosses make.
You probable only know the fictional Obama Fox speaks so much about you know the character they wish the President was. But he is no liberal like the blowhards at Fox say.
Wagworker

Phoenix, AZ

#17 May 23, 2013
disgovernment wrote:
You would only consider me to the right if you disagreed with my economic beliefs.
I've heard the "devil's advocate" line my entire life. First from my bleeding heart commie parents. I used to think it was funny (and I still do) until I eventually realized that nearly ALL people who think freely and support freedom are considered devil's advocates. Right is right and wrong is wrong. I don't change my position for arguments sake.
Most people in this forum AND in any democracy are hypocrites and selfish. They vote for what benefits them or the way they want things to be. That is corrupt way of thinking and thus the very problem with a democracy. I vote for people to be free and let the chips fall where they will. I don't support abortion ethically. I think it's murder. But I will defend a woman's right to get an abortion anyway, just because that's how serious I take freedom.
I absolutely will draw people's attention to their dishonest logic, ethics and morality. Whether that be through debate or through mockery. I consider it my duty.
So, democracy is corruption according to you. So you would rather live in a fascist state. Good to know where you stand.
Jiggs

Papillion, NE

#18 May 24, 2013
The faster the economy fails the sooner we can rebuild things in a better way and deal with the bastages.

Since: Aug 12

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#19 May 25, 2013
disgovernment wrote:
I'll let you answer the question for yourself:
What is similar between people who complain about CEO pay and Obama's supporters?
I'm not even going to go further. I'm sure you see it for yourself now. Have a good day.
Hey bra you are a moron and I feel sorry for the people working for you i hope they all gave you a negative 1 on your review go f yourself.
gregishot

Roscoe, IL

#20 May 25, 2013
Greg Wasson is sexy. I would hit that.
Wagworker

Phoenix, AZ

#21 May 28, 2013
gregishot wrote:
Greg Wasson is sexy. I would hit that.
So whats stopping you? You are living in the same state.

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