Not I. If Walmart closed the doors on the rest of their stores as well, we might be able to buy more merchandise not made in China from local retailers that are part of our communities. After years of following the masses to Walmart, my wife and I sat down and tried to figure out how not to shop at Walmart (thinking it saved us money) and discovered the first step was to shop at Kroger instead - because we actually spent less there when grocery shopping. Now Walmart is for emergency "I know they have it" stops only.
I didn't even know they offered it.
Well.... I've seen footage on how the Chinese workers make less then our minimum wage and are forced to pay for a closet they call an apartment weather they will use it or not. I've seen footage from here on problems with the way they treat employees. I've also seen footage on how they might be too involved with fema, homeland security, and American politics. I used to love Wal-Mart; I was a regular customer, however things change....
Not me for sure.....they're always looking to find a way to sell our art at a lower price than anyone else which affects those of us who make music for a living. I understand the value of doing good business but they've made it difficult for those who care about quality in what we do.
Ha' Not me for sure.
I never knew they had one. All I have ever seen were some cheap Jap guitars and radio shack cords.
Maybe it's another one of those tax deals where mega company's close down an arm of their business
and then file it on their tax's as a mutely million dollar loss.
This song was written for a young boy who was accidentally killed in a gun accident. He always said "I hope Heaven is just like a Walmart." I finished this song and posted it on a Wednesday. I didn't know at the time that Wednesday was the five year annaversary of his death. God's power and the power of music cannot be underestimated.