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Nonesensical Doom Porn. In my opinion.
Maybe a notch above chemtrails and Zetatalk but just barely.
originally posted by: stellawayten
Fresno California walmart has plumbing problems which causes evacuation.
originally posted by: here4this
a reply to: tanka418
On the other side of the coin , it does not have to be inept contractors. WalMart has the blueprints for the stores drawn up and then sends out to the various construction firms , etc. Most are from one blueprint that was designed per WalMart and built , plumbed , laid out the exact same using the exact same materials . If this is the case , there may be more closing notices soon or it could have been these stores were built with a flawed plan .
originally posted by: tigertatzen
a reply to: DelMarvel
Nonesensical Doom Porn. In my opinion. M
Maybe a notch above chemtrails anid Zetatalk but just barely.
And what variety of "nonsensical porn" is your assertion that protests from November 2014 are the reason Walmart is closing five stores for alleged plumbing issues right now? Have you got a cool little dismissive moniker for that, or is it just plain nonsense?
The 25 states which have passed Right to Work laws are: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas,Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
originally posted by: bigfatfurrytexan
...you still have the target on Midland Dr, the Midland Park Mall, the Music City Mall, Grande Stadium, Ratliff Stadium, the Ector County Coliseum, The Horseshoe Arena, The Chap Center, Wagner-Noel, maybe a couple of those monstrous churches out on 191, MAF.....i could go on and on and on. ...
originally posted by: queenofswords
Remember the fight last month that started in the bathroom at a Walmart in Tuscon?
They still don't know who these people were
An overnight brawl in an Arizona Walmart parking lot has left one person dead and two others wounded, including a police officer who was shot in the leg. The Arizona Department of Public Safety says a Cottonwood police officer was shot just before midnight last night as he and a group of officers tried to break up the melee.
The incident began when a Walmart employee noticed that a large group of people were in one of the store's restrooms, department spokesman Bart Graves says. The employee was shoved by one of the suspects when she tried to enter, he says. By the time Cottonwood police arrived, the group had made its way to the parking lot. Officers were immediately attacked and there was a struggle for an officer's gun.
One suspect was fatally shot, a second suspect was shot in the abdomen, and a Walmart employee also suffered cuts on his arm. The wounded 31-year-old officer underwent surgery and is expected to recover. There were a total of three gunshots, and it was still unclear last night who fired the shots, Graves says.
Seven officers suffered minor injuries, including lacerations and bruising. Seven suspects were taken into custody and were later booked on charges that included aggravated assault, attempted homicide, and obstruction, per Graves.
It's unclear if everyone in the group is part of the same family. The department says in a statement that they were driving a Chevrolet Suburban with an Idaho license plate. "We don't know who they are at this point," Graves says. "They are not cooperating."
Also, this: Meth Lab Discovered In Backpack In Indiana Walmart Bathroom
Maybe Walmarts are having "plumbing" problems.