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What? Wal-Mart concerned with customer feedback? Yeah, right!Originally posted by Selma in San Diego:
I'm sure that Wal-Mart pays attention to the opinions expressed by customers;
Does this place Wal-Mart in the position of 'parent' to the general public, then? If so, I'm rather at a loss for words...Maybe we should abolish the movie ratings system and punish parents who dare to censor what their children see and do. How dare we allow parents to be so judgemental and to try to influence their children?
As long as there is a somewhere else, then that's fine. But, when censorship get to be widespread that there isn't a somewhere else, then we're in trouble. And, don't think this isn't happening! In many not-so-small towns, the somewhere else, doesn't exist!Originally posted by operatenor:
IMHO, if a retailer starts playing moral censor, I start looking for other places to shop. It is their right to arbitrarily choose what to sell as much as it is my right to take my business somewhere else.
We don't use Speedos very much in this country, but Australians use them a lot. I once went on a cruise around Fiji with a contingent of Australian men in late middle age, all of whom wore Speedos. It was not a pretty sight, believe me!Originally posted by Nicole Marie:
What's next? Speedo's because they are to small......
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