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Old 10-19-2011, 01:07 AM   #2871
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If I go to WM and look on isle 10 for `skeeter repellent and don't find any, you're in deep do-do.
And don't give me that "most" excuse.
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Old 10-19-2011, 02:01 AM   #2872
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If I go to WM and look on isle 10 for `skeeter repellent and don't find any, you're in deep do-do.
And don't give me that "most" excuse.
Well if you don't find it on Isle 10, try Isle 23, and if it is not there either, then they are out or you can just keep looking because they changed it to keep us looking to get sucked into impluse buys as we search the store.
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If you have a bad sleep in a sleep number bed is that a #2 sleep?
I'd say sleeping on #1 OR #2 could be a problem. The answer? Depends...
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Well if you don't find it on Isle 10, try Isle 23, and if it is not there either, then they are out or you can just keep looking because they changed it to keep us looking to get sucked into impluse buys as we search the store.
Got that right... friggin store changed 3 times in the last 2 years..
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That all started getting real bad a few years back; Walmart hired the merchandising director from Target- that explained it all, to me.
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I'd say sleeping on #1 OR #2 could be a problem. The answer? Depends...
Depends won't work for #1 OR #2!! Too thin, just not enough padding!!.........
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Depends won't work for #1 OR #2!! Too thin, just not enough padding!!.........
Sure they do...I only wear 'em during football season and haven't missed an important play all season! Heck, I've even downed a six pack of beer and spent the whole afternoon and evening at Wal-Mart. People watching and eating all those fine food samples is a great way to spend 6 or 8 hours and you don't have to be bothered with those nasty public restrooms either. Bob
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When camping at WM, I wonder if you could set up a lawn chair in an out of the way place, near the door, just to watch and maybe record the Walmartians?

And, no, I'm not going to be the first to try it. You could always tell the "Greeter" that you just bought the chair and were trying it out. Yeah, that's it, you're trying it out.
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Ahh, Dunner, sitting in a chair observing Walmartians is being a greeter. It's ok we will still respect you!! Myself I would rather be an outside lot security guy!!
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Ahh, Dunner, sitting in a chair observing Walmartians is being a greeter. It's ok we will still respect you!! Myself I would rather be an outside lot security guy!!

Well you got the job, just park overnight at any Wal-Mart and your on the job...
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When camping at WM, I wonder if you could set up a lawn chair in an out of the way place, near the door, just to watch and maybe record the Walmartians?

And, no, I'm not going to be the first to try it. You could always tell the "Greeter" that you just bought the chair and were trying it out. Yeah, that's it, you're trying it out.
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I'm thankful for the Walmart over in noth Marysville, WA next door to the Tulalip Casino, just off of I-5. Stopped there when I was near brain dead from the drive in the rain to get my 8 hours sleep. Got some spare keys made there and bought a new BBQ lighter to light my fridge with .

Hell, I actually originally asked them (we realized we'd lost the spare camper door key which is the main reason we stopped) if there was a campground nearby and was told by more than one manager to freely park in the lot, just had to park out by the outer edge of the lot near the freeway.

Joined 15 other rigs stopped for the night , got out my leveling blocks, rolled up on them to level out the camper and lowered the bike rack so we could open and shut the door.
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What's this 8 hours sleep thing? I'm lucky to get 3 hours sleep a night.
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