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  1. ashlynn

    September 5, 2006

    I saw this line in person & I was thinking the same thing. I didn’t try anything on, so who knows on the fit, but Wal-Mart is working its way up.

  2. cruststation

    September 5, 2006

    Doesn’t she look cool?

  3. jared

    September 5, 2006

    One of the biggest problems with Walmart is that many of their goods are produced in sweatshops. Businesses with morally-conscious customers cannot get away with crap like that, but walmart customers just care about low price(their marketing campaign is a zorro smiley knocking down prices from $1.88 to $1.72).
    more info here
    There are literal slaves working in sweatshops today; Wal-mart is one of the only(by far the largest)companies who does not allow their shops to be monitored by third parties.

  4. Anonymous

    September 6, 2006

    Don’t do it.

  5. jordan

    September 6, 2006


    I had read a lot of stuff about WalMart a long time ago. But from what I understand they are improving themselves. I’ve recently read several different pieces in the Chronicle and the Guardian about it. (And those are really prgressive papers.) WalMart just hired the former president of the Sierra Club (Werbach) and have created a huge demand for organic food by selling it in their stores.

    I still don’t shop there, not really out of moral principal but because I live 60+ minutes away.

  6. Western Rebel

    September 6, 2006

    that skirt is cute and i saw it there too and almost bought it until i saw it was $25. $25 isn’t bad for a cute skirt but for a cute wal-mart skirt, that i don’t know about.

  7. Norskgirl

    July 9, 2010

    Hello Jordan. Unfortunately, my sister works at Walmart. On her first day, they showed her an anti-union video. None of the employees are allowed to work full time. Some people have been there a decade or more and they still have not earned the right to work full time. Additionally, they pay my sister $7.25/hr for part-time work. They reserve the right to change her schedule at will. In this double dip recession, jobs are scarce and employers like Walmart are taking advantage. She cannot afford to support herself on these wages and go to school. Walmart is the most noxious company I've ever encountered and I cringe when anymore defends or promotes this organization. I just wanted to pass on this info so others can be informed.

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