Wal-Mart: Wellspring of History, Friends & Longevity:
No Sweat: Fashion, Free Trade, and the Rights of Garment Workers (book)
by Andrew Ross (Editor)
You did come across as complete assholes on P&T. Maybe you were not aware that a camera was on you as you happily displayed your bigoted shirt of what a Walmart shopper is.Fact of the matter is I shop there and have a BA in US History from UNF and a certfied chef thru the ARA. I also attended Johnson & Wales for 2 years in South Carolina. My grandmoher works in thier fabric department and between getting her out of the house and the excerise her doctor said that it has added years to her life. Just recntly her and a group of friends she has met thru working at Walmart just went on a vacation (her first in 40 years) to Nashville. I realize by your shirt that it might not be you taste of cultural tea but it is hers. There is a man that is a greeter at the store I shop at that was stationed on the USS Missouri in WW2. He was aboard and has his personal photo's that he will happily show you of the signing of the surrender of Japan. It is amazing what you can find in your local walmart, a little bit longer life or an chance to speak with living history. At the end of the day you are making money from WalMart. Without them you wouldn't have had your 15 minutes of fame,and it was very funny.Without it you wouldn't have gotten this little life lesson which in your zealtry you will dismiss. By the way you should get better looking models to display your shirts.If you are gonna be a sucker fish on the side of a shark you should learn to be a shark or at least it's ways. Oh yeah your horror story on your front page could have happened anywhere that has a cash register.On last thing if your gonna quote from Kevin Smith movies quote from someone that endears themselves to the audience and not a complete Douche Bag like Randal. You dislike people working in walmart but fictional wage slavery is so cool you quote from it. Good going.