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Originally posted by elijah11
I am strongly against any corporation that chooses to be open on Thanksgiving day. Rather than simply boycotting them however, I plan to make my statement by going to my local Walmart on Thanksgiving evening to fill up several (read: as many as possible) shopping carts full of frozen foods and small cosmetics items while acting as a legitimate shopper. I will then dump these carts off, choosing to "change my mind" and costing them tens of thousands if damaged merchandise and labor costs restocking emptied shelves. Have fun paying to re-stock the entire cosmetics department. Happy Thanksgiving!
Originally posted by MystikMushroom
reply to post by riverwild
Have you read my previous post that increasing Walmart employee's annual income from 15-21k a year to $25,000 a year would only cost the average consumer $8 a year?
It would only cost Walmart 1% of it's profits, and in the end raise over 700,000 people above the poverty line. Walmart actually hands people paperwork for food stamps in some locations when you are hired.
We the customers and tax payers are on the hook for the greed of the CEO's.