Thursday, December 9, 2010
Big Sis Invades Wal-Mart: 1984 Made in America: Da New Sees World Report
BOYCOTT WAL-MART IF YOU WANT TO HELP SAVE AMERICA FROM BIG BROTHER
America, unfortunately, is still defined by its consumerism . . . and the average American is still defined by their lack of discernment in what they purchase. Nothing represents the American consumer so well as the mega-corporation Wal-Mart. It is here, then, that the average American can display their power. If you don’t care about slave labor in far-off lands working ’till they drop so that you can buy clothes and electronics at pennies on the real value; if you don’t care about Wal-Mart’s discrimination against women; if you don’t care about slave wages and healthcare waivers, then at least care about the foundation of freedom itself.
It is no mystery why Homeland Security has chosen Wal-Mart as its testing ground for its 1984-style takeover of America and the Constitution: they know their agenda doesn’t have much more time left to get installed before there is open rebellion. So, they have chosen America’s largest employer and largest consumer goods store to set the precedent for what the average American will put up with.
We are better than this: call Wal-Mart and tell them that what they are doing is textbook fascism; they have no authority to do the bidding of government. We must understand that even if our votes no longer count in the left-right paradigm of nonsensical political discourse, we can still vote with our wallets. In an economy that is disintegrating further by the second, the consumer is still a sought-after commodity, so show your worth and vote NO to Wal-Mart and the DHS takeover of America. READ MORE
Attention Walmart Shoppers: Big Sis wants you to spy on one another
Stop Tyranny Now! Reply:
December 12th, 2010 at 10:39 am
The boys that never learn to shoot straight are near the pharmacy dept buying condoms…
If you must visit Walmart over the holidays here’s some “suspicious” activities you can try to get away with…
1. Take shopping carts for the express purpose of filling them and stranding them at strategic locations.
2. Ride those little electronic cars at the front of the store.
3. Set all the alarm clocks to go off at ten-minute intervals throughout the day
4. Start playing Calvinball; see how many people you can get to join
5. Contaminate the entire auto department by sampling all the spray air fresheners.
6. Challenge other customers to duels with tubes of gift-wrap.
7. Leave cryptic messages on the typewriters.
8. Re-dress the mannequins as you see fit.
9. When there are people behind you, walk really slowly, especially in thin aisles.
10. Walk up to an employee and tell him in an official tone, “I think we’ve got a code 3 in housewares,” and see what happens.
11. Turn all the radios to polka stations; then turn them off and turn the volume up to full blast.
12. Play with the automatic doors.
13. Walk up to complete strangers and say, “Hi. I haven’t seen you in so long.” etc. See if they play along.
14. While walking through the clothing department, ask yourself loud enough for all to hear, “Who buys this crap anyway?!”
15. Repeat #14 in the jewelry department.
16. Ride a display bicycle through the store; claim you are taking it for a test drive.
17. Follow people through the aisles, staying about 5 feet behind them. Do this until they leave the store.
18. Play soccer with a group of friends, using the entire store as your playing field.
19. As the cashier runs your purchase over the scanner, look mesmerized and say, “Wow, magic!”
20. Put M&M’s on layaway.
21. Move “Caution : Wet Floor” signs to carpeted areas.
22. Set up a tent in the camping department; tell others you will only invite them in if they bring pillows from Bed and Bath.
23. Test the fishing rods and see what you can catch from other aisles.
24. Ask other customers if they have any Grey Poupon.
25. Drape a blanket around your shoulders and run around saying, “I’m Batman. Come Robin, to the Batcave.”
26. TP as much of the store as possible.
27. Randomly throw things over into neighboring aisles.
28. Play with the calculators so that they all spell “hello” upside down.
29. When someone asks you if you need help, begin to cry and say, “Why won’t you people just leave me alone?”
30. When 2 or 3 people are walking ahead of you, run between them yelling “Red Rover.”
31. Make up nonsense products and ask employees if there are any in stock. (i.e.: Shnerples)
32. Take up an entire aisle in toys by setting up a full-scale battle with G.I. Joe vs. X-men.
33. Take bets on the battle from above.
34. Test the brushes and combs in cosmetics.
35. While handling guns in the hunting department, suddenly ask the clerk where the anti-depressants are. Act as spastic as possible.
36. Hold indoor shopping cart races.
37. Dart around suspiciously while humming the theme from Mission Impossible.
38. Attempt to fit into very large gym bags.
39. Attempt to fit others into very large gym bags.
40. Say things like, “Would you be so kind as to direct me to your Twinkies.”
41. Set up a “Valet Parking” sign in front of the store.
42. Two words: Marco Polo
43. Leave Cheerios in lawn and garden, pillows in the pet section, etc.
44. “Re-alphabetize” the CD’s.
45. In the auto department, practice your Madonna look with various funnels.
46. When someone steps away from his or her cart to look at something, quickly make off with it without saying a word.
47. Relax in the patio furniture until you get kicked out.
48. When an announcement comes over the loudspeaker, drop to your knees and scream, “No, no, its those voices again.”
49. Pay off layaways 50 cents at a time.
50. Drag a lounge chair over to the magazines and relax. Go to the food court, buy a drink, and explain that you don’t get out much and ask if they can put a little umbrella in it.
1. Attempt to do all of the above in the same visit, without getting kicked out.
2. Try to hold up customers with the toy guns. See how much you can make.
December 12th, 2010 at 1:29 pm
LOL stoptyrannynow, that is too funny. Sounds like the kind of stuff I would do as a teenager. I cannot do it now though because I have refused to shop in walmart for over a decade.
Posted by Daniyel Key at 6:36 AM