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November 28, 2008


People are beginning to make the connection between "us" and the crisis we are in. This is a horrific acknowledgement of it.

I am linking to this.


This is becoming an annual tradition at Wal-Mart. I believe it was last year, or perhaps the year before that a shopper was trampled to death at a Wal-Mart here in G-Rap. I hope the bargains were worth it.

Shopping and working at Walmart may be hazardous to your health.

Not only the poor worker who was standing on the wrong side of the stampede, but a pregnant woman in the same mob miscarried from the trampling.

Also, two workers died in a Toys R Us.

Wal-Mart (and TRU) could have done a better job policing the doors, but let's face facts: that mob scene rushing in is juice advertising, whether you use it to merely pump up your sales staff or manage to get a news crew to cover it. Everybody does it, everybody uses it.

Shame on them, but shame on us for watching.

Death while shopping at Wal*Mart---God Damn it!

Goddamnit, I'm going to bed. Wake me up when mankind grows up! Aaaaaargh!


"It's interesting when people die/
give us dirty laundry."

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