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Black man don't need receipts.. Walmart reparations

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Published on 25 Mar 2022 / In Uncategorized

⁣Black man don't need receipts.. Walmart reparations

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IHATEEVERYBODY
IHATEEVERYBODY 6 months ago

To be fair I refused to show them my receipt while leaving Walmart. After standing in line for 20 minutes because I refuse to go to the self check out. I am not going to stand in another line waiting for some idiot to check my receipt. I politely tell them if you’re accusing me of stealing call the cops. Then I proceeded to walk right out of the store

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pastprovespresent
pastprovespresent 6 months ago

Why shop at Walmart at all? It only supports this slave new order that we don't want. That company has more labor violations than any other I've seen. I know my voting power is stronger at the checkout than at the polls.

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IHATEEVERYBODY
IHATEEVERYBODY 6 months ago

@pastprovespresent: When you live in rural areas sometimes you do not have a choice. The closest supermarket to my house is 45 minutes away

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pastprovespresent
pastprovespresent 6 months ago

@IHATEEVERYBODY: That wasn't unusual in Georgia. I remember the store being 45 minutes away and putting a cooler with ice in it to transport any frozen items back home. Back then, people would take a special bus to shop in Atlanta (2 hours) to go shopping, as there was better shopping there. That's not food shoping, although I had a friend in Alabama who stocked up on spices before heading back. Seriously, if it's that rural, you might consider buying directly from farmers. Get it in large quantities, then can, dry or freeze the rest for later.

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IHATEEVERYBODY
IHATEEVERYBODY 6 months ago

@pastprovespresent: Yes my family buys two cows and 3 to 4 pigs a year. I try to shop as little as possible that big box stores. In rural areas the stores like Walmart Sam’s Club Costco and BJ’s has put all the mom and pop shops out of business. A lot of the farmers around here Jack their prices up through the roof. Because a lot of people from New York City have weekend homes up here and will pay a ridiculous amount for so-called organic.

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Lego
Lego 6 months ago

@IHATEEVERYBODY: Damn... that is another problem we're stuck with. If you cannot live in a (traditional) mixed use town or urban area; then you're stuck with car dependent suburban sprawl that (financially) burns your wallet!

I never liked car dependent suburbia found all over Canada/USA! It's very sterile, and devoid of any people walking, biking or using public transit. What's more, this type of development is also bankrupting us, since car centric urban design is unproductive. But if you are lucky; there are still smaller cities and towns where there are plenty of mom and pop shops with excellent walkability!

https://www.strongtowns.org/jo....urnal/2020/9/4/seven

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pastprovespresent
pastprovespresent 6 months ago

@IHATEEVERYBODY: Ah! Upper State I take it. I don't know how far up you are, but Stew Leonard's is a good family owned grocery store in Yonkers. There are still some left if you look. There are some pick your own fruit farms. I know there are always some things you need, like flour, oil, and salt. Costco treats their employees better though and are not known for labor violations, if you must choose one. Everything is expensive in New York, partially, because the taxes are so high. I remember people used to drive to New Jersey to buy gas, because it was 30% cheaper. Same was true for tobacco. Do check for for income levels of areas, because the prices at grocery stores are adjusted accordingly. When I lived in NYC, I used to go to another neighborhood (Asian) and the same food was 1/3 less expensive. Some thing far less, such as star fuits. They cost 1.99 each in my neighborhood. That was the price for a pound of them in the other neighborhood. I think we all will have growing pains to get through this mess they have created.

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pastprovespresent
pastprovespresent 6 months ago

@Lego : It shouldn't be bankrupting you, as there is enough gas for the next 300 years. It's the band of criminals illegally taxing everything that is bankrupting you.

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IHATEEVERYBODY
IHATEEVERYBODY 6 months ago

@pastprovespresent: I used to live in upper Dutchess County now I live in Putnam County five minutes above Westchester. In October I went to visit my buddy in Virginia. Gas prices between New York and New Jersey were only $.10 cheaper, Pennsylvania Was $.30 higher than New York.

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IHATEEVERYBODY
IHATEEVERYBODY 6 months ago

@Lego : It’s not that I can’t live in a mixed-use village or town whatever you’re talking about. I would rather cut my fucking head off then live in a town small city. You can’t go outside and shoot guns to keep your skills sharp. I have a nice trout stream about two properties over that I’m allowed to fish. I have nice land to deer hunt and small game hunt on. 90% of my travel is done on a motorcycle that gets 60 MPG. The best part of all of this I’ve never owned a house key. When you live in these towns/small cities there are too many feral animals and not the kind I’m used to dealing with

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pastprovespresent
pastprovespresent 6 months ago

@IHATEEVERYBODY: They may have narrowed the gap since I was last there. It wouldn't surprise me if they increased the tax in NJ to squeeze more blood out of the people. It's like the excuse to raise taxes on tobacco. If you argue, people say,"Well, it's not good for you anyway. So, it's for your health." Just wait until the raise gas prices even more. They will say,"Well, it's not good for the health of the planet. It's to protect the environment. This should deter you from destroying the environment." Sound familiar?

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IHATEEVERYBODY
IHATEEVERYBODY 6 months ago

@pastprovespresent: The whole thing with electric cars is you have to destroy so much of a mountain. I forget how many ton of or have to come out of the mountain to produce one electric car battery. The other problem is the electrical grid cannot handle everyone using their AC in the summer

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pastprovespresent
pastprovespresent 6 months ago

@IHATEEVERYBODY: I didn't say anything about electrical cars. The whole issue is a bunch of b.s. It's not practical for anyone outside the city. However, you do have a point about the strain on the power grid. Moreover, the polution of discarding the batteries (as they need to be replaced about every three years) is worse thqan diesel fuel. Trees and plants eat co2. We just need to plant more trees, and I don't mean those palm oil trees that are destroying vast swaths of land. If they want diversity, this is probably the one area where that would be a good thing. A few wish to have electric, a few petrol, so be it. BTW, I had a friend who converted their car to use old cooking oil. They got it for free from restaurants. I suppose that's an option if things get too crazy.
What do you mean the electrical grid can't handle everyone using their AC in the Summer? The only place I lived where this was an issue was NYC. It sounds like politicians are fleecing you instead of updating your grid. Maybe the story of Cali is true, maybe it's a scare tactic. When I lived there, there was never any electrical problem. In fact, before Goodyear and nother tire company and a car manufacture bought it up, there were alectrixal trams connecting the San Fernando Valley, LA and all the way down to Huntington Beach. A few car batteries instead of some heavy duty trains, I don't think it would make that much difference. If it's true, then the criminals in charge haven't been maintaining the infrastructure very well. As for NY, they have been having rolling brown outs for more than 25 years. They could fix that if they wanted.

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IHATEEVERYBODY
IHATEEVERYBODY 6 months ago

@pastprovespresent: How can New York fix the problem of rolling blackouts? I think it is this year Indian point nuclear power plant is going off-line. Besides electric cars they are going to have to pick up all that demand on the electrical grid.

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