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Old 10-14-2013, 06:56 PM   #57
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Probably an unpopular opinion, but you know what they say about opinions.

I read about people getting all ticked off because Walmart wont allow them to park overnight at "X" location. This isn't a God given right. IF the store lets you park there great,tell them thank you, if not find somewhere else and OMG, perhaps PAY for a spot at a CG if you are that offended.

Never have crashed at a Walmart, but if the ask me to leave so be it. It isn't a line item on a receipt stating "free parking" when I buy something from the store.

Not trying to start a debate, just don't understand what the fuss is.
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Old 10-15-2013, 01:27 AM   #58
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Probably an unpopular opinion, but you know what they say about opinions.

I read about people getting all ticked off because Walmart wont allow them to park overnight at "X" location. This isn't a God given right. IF the store lets you park there great,tell them thank you, if not find somewhere else and OMG, perhaps PAY for a spot at a CG if you are that offended.

Never have crashed at a Walmart, but if the ask me to leave so be it. It isn't a line item on a receipt stating "free parking" when I buy something from the store.

Not trying to start a debate, just don't understand what the fuss is.
the fuss is that the op was not allowed to park to SHOP there and he has or had a paid sams club membership.
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