THEY NEVER GO AWAY

Walmartians. They are always there, a sub sect of the human race. They are here today. Enjoy the day.

WALMARTIANS

 

 

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  1. The Fan November 13, 2017 at 6:04 am #

    Is there some kind of competition to see who’s the weirdest in Walmart?…

  2. wolffeathers November 13, 2017 at 12:23 pm #

    The people who take pictures of the weird people at Walmart often forget that they, too, are at Walmart. Perhaps someone is taking pictures of them, thinking, “Wow, what a weirdo!” Shower thought for the day.

    • Deacon November 13, 2017 at 1:48 pm #

      That’s one thing I will never be accused of, being in Wallymart. I went in ‘once’ years ago and 5 min later I was out. I refuse to shop at that company for many reasons.

      The guy with the ‘I just got off a desert island after being stranded there with Jack Sparrow” outfit (long hair, sandals, belt pouch), I’d really like to know his story!!

      I do like the simple photo of the man with the child sitting on the car bumper. Probably grandfather and grandson. One of those moments that stay with you a lifetime.

      I think Oddman may have worked on this blog ‘in the bar’. He posted the same sidewalk bar sign photo twice. Obviously booze does help.

      Have a good one and stay dry and warm.
      D

  3. Scarecrow November 13, 2017 at 10:16 pm #

    System Fried?! Been fried for quite a while. 35% increase in world population in the last 20 years accounts for quite a bit of that frying.
    There was a time ZPG-Zero Population Growth-was practiced, and I’m not talking the One Child Per Family policy in China. ZPG meant you have only one child to replace you, and one to replace your spouse. Made sense. Faded away. There has to be some right answers agreed on soon , or the next 50 years may ba thr LAST 50 years of humanity,
    As for the WallMartians, they could hop the next saucer and return to whever they came from. Take their freakin store with them. WM killed so many small towns. Used to go to a clothing store for clothes, grocery store for fresh food, including freash cut meat. Paint stores, sporting goods, bicycle shops, damn near every one of them are gone, and the giant WM lives on.
    Happy happy, Joy joy.

    • Deacon November 13, 2017 at 10:52 pm #

      About 30 min from me a Walmart wanted to set up in town. The town said they didn’t want Walmart. Petitions were signed saying they didn’t want Walmart. Walmart opened anyhow…..and people came…..and people bought…..and stores closed. So who is to really blame….Walmart or the people who shop there?

      • Scarecrow November 14, 2017 at 8:30 am #

        Good point, as usual. First, where do most of the non-perishable goods originate? I would hazzard a guess: China. Who made it cheaper to buy goods shopped from the other side of the world? A lot of blame will fall on the companies who moved their factories overseas for cheaper labor. Not all, but many. Now-why did the companies need cheaper labor? Many reasons, unions getting better wages for their people-and, of course more money for the leaders and more power. Also, instead of the company working for it’s workers, it was working for it’s investors. And on and on.
        So-greed again wins, small towns decay, and people with less to spend go where that less buys more.
        Who is to blame? Fuck if I know.
        Think I will leave my brain in a jar on the table, fill my head with straw, and go back to scaring crows. Easier.

        • Deacon November 14, 2017 at 7:06 pm #

          Yep…….there’s enough blame to go around that everyone’s saddlebags will get filled.
          I don’t see much light at the end of the tunnel either. Of course sometimes the light at the end of a tunnel………is a train!

          All we as individuals can do is do our best on our own…..stay away from greed…..approve none of it……buy to keep others in a job…….and teach our children integrity. Personally I think that the bubble is going to burst on the world economy and then the brown excrement will hit the revolving oscillator. I personally am for the most part self sufficient and where I am not….I can work around those problems. The only thing I still have a problem with is letting go of trying to help the underdog. Not sure if I ever will be able to do that…..or even if I want to.

          Hang in there,,,,,,,,
          D

  4. sharpiepen November 13, 2017 at 10:18 pm #

    Just a thought if the fridge door fell off it’s handle wouldn’t the food be inside the door and fallen around it instead of underneath it? Maybe?

    One more reasons why I don’t shop at Wallymart. The people who shop there a special bred. I just wonder where they come from?

    Have a good one,

    Sharpiepen

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