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While many people complain about the corporate behemoth of exploitation that Wal-Mart has become to American communities, a friend of David has come up with this own solution to fighting the corporation: using their products for free.

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  •  Woulda been better without the gratuitous dig at (4+ / 0-)

    WalMart employees as drooling idiots.

    •  I believe (0+ / 0-)

      we accurate portrayed the job itself, with its demoralizing work conditions and low pay, as the reason for the zombie like behavior at Wal-Mart return lines. Any sane person would react with zombie attitude at the Wal-Mart return line.

      If that wasn't accurately portrayed, then I sincerely apologize for offending anyone's sensibilities.

  •  My neighbor's main a/c at home went out last (2+ / 0-)
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    ThisAmericanBacon, glitterscale

    He went to Wallyworld and bought a little window unit, used it for their upstairs until the repair was complete, and returned it, for his money, with the receipt.
    My mother loves sending us gifts for which we often have no use. if walmart stocks it, walmart will take it no receipt, for store credit.
    Look around for items you may have purchased for a project and never used- go get something you can use.

    It is a confused, unenlightened business model, so let's make it work for us.

    Occupy- Your Mind. - No better friend, no worse enemy. -8.75, -6.21<> Bring the Troops Home Yesterday

    by Thousandwatts on Wed Dec 05, 2012 at 07:30:07 AM PST

  •  I know someone who does this; it makes me (1+ / 0-)
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    uncomfortable but hey, what ya gonna do?  He does it in spite of my uneasiness and no-one at Walmart seems to protest.  I guess, Go for it!

    Everybody, soon or late, sits down to a banquet of consequences. -Robert Louis Stevenson, novelist, essayist, and poet (1850-1894)

    by Spirit of Life on Wed Dec 05, 2012 at 10:47:34 AM PST

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