What do you think of the new Wal-Mart flashing ad?
The one on the side bar, it gives me a headache and detracts from the hub. Does it make you want to shop at the store?
I haven't seen it yet but I don't pay too much attention to the ads on here I just write articles and submit them. So if it is no trouble please read my articles and let me know what you think
I DONT LIKE IT. To me it is faulty advertising and misleading at the least. To say they are going to Give you something only to find out you have to go thru hoops is not right. Typical though. It in no way inspires me to shot at the store
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