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I did. I was pretty pissed at the time. That was an important year for me. I broke out of my shell and stopped taking people's shit. It got me in trouble a few times, but I've never regretted anything.
Never. The thought to stop there never even crosses my mind. Same with Sams club.
I shop there whenever I need to buy quality U of M merchandise.
What's strange is I only go to Wal-Mart for emergencies, and I always feel like I need a shower after I'm in there. Maybe 2-3 times a year total.
However, I don't feel the same way about Sams Club. I go there twice a month to stock up on things. I don't feel like I need a shower after shopping at Sams.
I'd probably feel different if there was a Costco around here.
There aren't many options where I live, so I do shop at Wal-Mart more than I would like to admit. I have noticed that my local Wal-Mart is quite clean compared to other Wal-Mart stores that I have been in, so that helps.
I have learned never to buy meats, produce, or Great Value brand products at Wal-Mart. I also agree with the poster that stated that even the name brand products seem to be of lesser quality at Wal-Mart.
I buy what I can at Kroger's and I do enjoy their fuel points.
Twice in my life. Purely out of necessity. (24 hrs... needed a car battery...etc..)
My hope is to never enter one again.
It is also a goal to avoid Meijer. But when I need to go, never go past 10pm. After 10, the "Meijer Freaks" come out....
we buy a fair amount at walmart. however, for things like produce, fresh poultry/fish, and other specialty items we go to sprouts or fry's (kroger).
that said, there is only one walmart store we'll go to in the valley.
It's not an issue of cleanliness.... It's a matter of both stores being bad for America. You shouldn't shop there on principle.
It's been years
1) You get what you pay for and most of their stuff is complete garbage
2) Nice town upstate that had a bunch of local shops was completely gutted out when the Walmart open. Now everything is boarded up in the historic down town area.
I make too much money to care about the savings.
Why do you think I feel dirty? Well...I guess cleanliness of the clientele is part of it.
What is wrong with Meijer?
nothing at all, one of my favorite places to shop, and once you move out of the midwest you really miss the quality and low prices offered by meijers.
Less than once a month, and it's usually just to kill time or if I'm hanging out with people and we want something to do past 10 pm. There's usually some good people watching and you can get good deals in the $5 movie bin. The last time I actually needed it was to get some makeup for the colorguard I coach, because the kind I wanted had just been discontinued by the brand so only places like Walmart and Meijer had it.
I make a point to shop at Meijer since it's a Michigan company, and I'll go to Target next before I resort to Walmart.
"This was a great Spartan day." --Walter Adams
Before you ask, yes, I am a girl.
I don't shop at walmart ever in fact I hate that place but people like you make me laugh.
I hope know you know that the everyday low prices that walmart offers has helped the poor in this country more than any charity/welfare program in history.
Again I dont like wallmart but facts are facts
The six members of the Walton family own as much wealth as the combined bottom 41.5% of the American population. This is a similar monopolization of wealth known to Mughal emperors. If you believe that this kind of concentration of wealth is ultimately healthy for a country then you are right. Please feel free to laugh.
Sam Walton is an American success story. He went from being a farmer's kid to a billionaire businessman. I don't get why people hate successful people and their families.
If Drayton McLane keeps giving money to MSU, I can't complain about Wal-Mart making money for the Walton's.
next to never I will check every other possible store first
---"It's not over and it will never be over here."---
Because they are socialist dbags? Wells.
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