Can you imagine something like this happening in a Wal-Mart parking lot? Why yes! Of course you can!
Near Cleveland, Ohio, a woman locked her car in a Wal-Mart parking lot with her dog inside it. The idiot woman got caught by a cop and this smart officer made the woman sit in her Nissan Sentra for a few minutes with the windows rolled up to see how she felt.
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I love it. More police officers should be doing this. I mean, put yourself in their paws. I’m talking about the dog. Maybe that would wise some people up.
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P.S. I’ll return here on Wednesday.
Last month, I wrote about Costco and how they will be closed on Thanksgiving Day in order for their employees to spend time with family and to give thanks. No, I didn’t assume other retailers would follow suit. I knew the corner of happy and healthy (Walgreens/Covington) would be open and here’s something else that’s extra special this year.
Attention Wal-Mart shoppers: Black Friday will actually start on Thanksgiving Day. Doors will open at 6 PM. Get yourself in line!
Shocking, isn’t it? No, not really—not really at all.
I guess it could be worse. They could be opening their doors at 6 AM. Wait, that’s probably next year. It will give us something to look forward to.
Aw, greed. It’s such a wonderful thing.
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When I was a kid, hell even now as an adult, I would have an ice cream sandwich from time to time. They taste damn good. My own kids also never turned down an ice cream sandwich. I mean, we’re talking ice cream here.
At Wal-Mart, I don’t think we are. Ice cream melts. The ice cream sandwiches at Wal-Mart don’t. Local television station WCPO first ran a story on this and the Business Insider has done a follow-up on it.
Conclusion made? I won’t be buying my kids any ice cream sandwiches from Wal-Mart. They won’t be eating them and I won’t be either. Something doesn’t smell right here.
The Wal-Mart ice cream sandwiches are the store’s “Great Value” brand. Maybe a more suiting name would be, “Great Hoax.”
(Image ripped off from walmart.com)