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Joined Sep 10, 2015
Messages 1,482
Many people target and hate on Walmart. Not I, for I see Walmart as my good friend - always looking out for my best interest and trying to give me more.

Case in point, my Codeine prescription.

I went to the pharmacy where my doctor is located because she auto sent my refill to that pharmacist. He told me the price for 100 pills - $96. I checked at Walmart for comparison and I can get a higher strength Codeine pill, 100 for $15.

My co-workers often asked me to share my Codeine pills with them. At $1 per pill and $96 per month for myself, I always said no.

Walmart really is a great company. I feel proud that I bought their stock and invested in their company. Walmart really tries to not overcharge people.

Walmart. Save Money. Live Better. Hobby More.
 
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Boing

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Is that you?.

 
W

Wanker

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From $96 to $15 is a huge difference. How much is Viagra?.
 
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cristycurves

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Walmart is disliked for many reasons, how they treat their employees, is one well known reason, how they come in and kill mom and pop businesses, is another, and how they're ignorant to environmental issues is my biggest pet peeve. They do draw because they do at times have lower prices but they also have lower quality and sell crap products, especially pet foods, most of those brands should be tossed. Smart shoppers can find deals elsewhere lazy shoppers flock to big box stores like walmart. Just my opinion:)
 

oldguyzer

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Joined Jun 19, 2011
Messages 15,082
Just FYI, selling your codeine prescriptions is a federal offence.
 
Joined Sep 10, 2015
Messages 1,482
oldguyzer said:
Just FYI, selling your codeine prescriptions is a federal offence.

I haven't sold my prescriptions, however, I would have no problem - morally speaking - doing it. I am libertarian.

Hobbying is against the law, but I still do it.

At one time in Canada, it was against the law to be gay - in the 60s and 70s, so not long ago.

It was also, at one time, against the law for a woman to open a bank account.

Laws mean very little to me.
 

Prim0

Senior Member
Joined Jun 29, 2010
Messages 10,859
In a free market, you can shop where you wish. Don't like Walmart, don't shop there. It's the people who want to stop others from making that choice for themselves that pisses me off.




Mom and Pop stores got out-competed not pushed out. Buying in small quantities leads to higher prices. Box stores can buy in bulk for less and pass the savings on to the customer. If service were important to so many people, they'd be willing to go to the mom & pop shop and pay more because of the service....but not enough people did and that is why the small places went away.

As for how they treat employees, nobody is being forced to work there. It's a free country, go apply at Cosco or any other place if you don't like working at Walmart. If there's no one else willing to hire you, then you're up shit creek. I recommend learning some skills that would make you more marketable to other employers.

Environmental issues? Which ones? Is it better to have all the shopping at one location or to have people driving all over town from small store to small store. There is efficiency in having a centralized location to shop. All wastes are concentrated in one location where they can be dealt with more easily. Mom & Pop shops also don't get monitored as much as a big chain stores and they don't have the facilities to deal with waste the way a large store can. It's very possible that there is less environmental impact from one Walmart than their is from the 10s or 100s of mom & pop shops they replace.



People seem to want to bring down anything that is a success. How many people have jobs or can afford to buy their needs because of big chain stores like Walmart? How much tax revenue do they generate for communities? And they make money doing it....so what? Go out and start your own business and compete with them. If you have a better way, then you'll be able to "push" them out by offering better products and services at better prices and you will get all the business.
 

nikkiluvv

Member
Joined Jan 30, 2016
Messages 9
I like Walmart, their condoms are slightly cheaper than Shoppers Drug Mart lol fyi :-Cool/"
 

papasmerf

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Joined Aug 9, 2010
Messages 33,654
nikkiluvv said:
I like Walmart, their condoms are slightly cheaper than Shoppers Drug Mart lol fyi :-Cool/"

Big Lots is even cheaper.....................You can get factory seconds :biggrin2:
 

peace

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Joined Dec 23, 2010
Messages 29,082
papasmerf said:
Big Lots is even cheaper.....................You can get factory seconds :biggrin2:
and the size to match your little blue stick :biggrin2:
 

Madman

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Joined Aug 12, 2011
Messages 17,543
nikkiluvv said:
I like Walmart, their condoms are slightly cheaper than Shoppers Drug Mart lol fyi :-Cool/"

I am hanging around the condom isle at walmart to catch a glimpse of Nina
 

papasmerf

Senior Member
Joined Aug 9, 2010
Messages 33,654
Madman said:
I am hanging around the condom isle at walmart to catch a glimpse of Nina

Just seeing you should boost all birth control sales...................We need to make you as sig that says: THIS COULD BE YOUR CHILD
 
Joined Sep 10, 2015
Messages 1,482
Walmart is selling a Toronto Maple Leafs tie in their men's clothing section. Nice tie, $15 if I remember correctly.

I am in sales and I bought one so that I can wear it and build repore with the right customers.

If I can build repore with even one customer over the tie, I will pay myself back almost 20 times in comission. Good investment.
 

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