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Post  tgII on Thu 19 Nov 2009, 02:20

A little perplexed as to where to place this link/site called the 'People of Wal-Mart' so decided to put it here in the 'Well Being' Thread. Most have probably viewed some of these pictures but if you haven't, well, your invited to now.

After viewing some of these pictures and after you have vomited your guts out, perhaps a discussion could evolve as to where the consciousness (probably non-existent) is with these shopper's of Wal-Mart as it relates to DaRythymDivne's subtitle, "seriously evolving ones wisdom of existence?"

View the People of Wal-Mart pictures.

Geezuuz, I just had a really demonic thought, is euthanasia a legitimate topic of discussion? affraid


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Re: The People of Wal-Mart...

Post  tgII on Thu 19 Nov 2009, 06:04

Wal-Mart, how much can be said about this giant corporation?
Not enough. Look at this map to get an idea how Wal-Mart
has engulfed America:

Watch the Growth of Wal-Mart Across America
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 19 Nov 2009, 10:39

America seems to lead the world in producing victims of excess , mutated moll creatures

In the uk, there is Asda which i think is owned by Wallmart , and also Tescos, between them, they tie up probably around 80% of the purchasing population with their psycho babble schemes to keep them coming back to the store for "bargains"

you can see them being mesmerized as they troll the shelfs



Arent their little shopping buggies cute Laughing
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Re: The People of Wal-Mart...

Post  tgII on Thu 19 Nov 2009, 22:13

Flames, from that link:

    All Are Welcome
    Season 8
    Something Wall-Mart This Way Comes
    The Marsh family is happy with their Wall-Mart purchases, but Randy is drawn to further bargains in the middle of the night.


I think I'd like to put down my Joseph Farrell books to watch this episode. Laughing
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Re: The People of Wal-Mart...

Post  tgII on Tue 22 Dec 2009, 03:04

Flames, looking at the picture with the tiger in a cage fitted to the
back of that pickup truck reminded me of the white lions being bred in
the United States because they were so "cute and cuddly."

Turned out the incidence of being the equivalent of mental retarded
increased in these domesticated inbred lions, and as a result more and
more of these lions ended up in care farms, or pet zoos I guess they
were called. Turned out these care farms/zoos, or whatever the fuck
they're called, ended up as the perfect businesses to launder drug
money.

Only in America, breeding lions for pets and for personal amusement,
geezuz.



  • Inbred domesticated 'white lions', the equivalent of
    being mentally retarded
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Re: The People of Wal-Mart...

Post  tgII on Sun 27 Dec 2009, 22:31

Flames, I'm hoping for the best here, but after reading the expression
on that dudes T-shirt, maybe he's using "reverse psychology", after
reading it and then observing the guy for a few minutes, people just
might consider doing the opposite?

Am I being overly optimistic? Sad
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Re: The People of Wal-Mart...

Post  tgII on Thu 10 May 2012, 23:53

If you want to make a really good observation, compare the customers of WalMart
to the customers of COSTCO.

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Re: The People of Wal-Mart...

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Fri 11 May 2012, 20:11

To do so I would have to venture into both of those places.
Thus risking my sobriety and sanity.
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Re: The People of Wal-Mart...

Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sat 12 May 2012, 21:16

...you must be in...the south.
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