And so it goes...
http://www.cockeyed.com/citizen/get_it_ … ether.html
We all need you and love you? Really??
All this garbage is just as much an indictment on the slobs who frequent Walmart than the stores themselves.
Our store is always spotless inside and out. My daughter lives in another small city and she said their store is scary. She was in there a couple weeks ago and she said this couple got in a fight in the middle of the store the woman threw herself on the floor and three little kids hanging onto her. The woman was screaming at her husband for having another woman. She said it was awful and the store employees just stood around doing nothing about it when they should have called security. She said she will never go back, besides this thing happening the store is dirty. I was there one time and I took a cart but didn't take the one the employee was holding at the door. I thought that girl was going to attack me for not taking her cart.
It is a mess.
Walmart can't really do much about people throwing trash on the ground. I do agree that they need more employees at certain peak times. However, they are able to sell items cheaper because of those very reasons, along with buying in such bulk. I worked inventory for Walmart for 7 years a decade ago. They sell a lot of stuff for pennies over cost to get you in the door.
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