Monday, December 01, 2008

What Sucks…Dying At Walmart


Still looking for things to be thankful for? How about not being knocked to the ground and trampled over by a mob of people who were so intent on buying Rock Band 2 at Walmart that they couldn’t even be bothered to step over you?

Everyone who was at the Minneola, LI Walmart around 4AM last Friday needs to take a long look in the mirror. What the hell is wrong with you people? I don’t want to even go to a Walmart, much less witness an involuntary manslaughter there, can we get our shit together please? Now I’m hearing the poor guy who was trampled was 6’5 270lbs? How does a guy that sized get trampled at a Walmart? You people are animals. This is like if "Jingle All The Way" was a snuff film.

What the hell are you all doing at Walmart at 4AM on “Black Friday”, anyway? Are your families so annoying you need to get out of the house and away from them before the sun comes up? Deal with your problems!

4 comments:

Darkly said...

I was actually able to score an interview with one of the shoppers as they were leaving the store,

Me: How does it feel knowing you contributed to the murder of an innocent man?

morbidly obese subhuman walmart shopper: Moooo!

Seriously though, when I first heard this I could not stop crying. And I read in another article people actually got angry when they were informed someone had died and they had to leave, It's just so disgusting.

The Constant Complainer said...

Nice site. I found it via a Google search on Wal-Mart. Anyway, I couldn't agree with you more. I've seen a number of people, even on my own site, defending Wal-Mart and saying it wasn't the store's fault. However, I can't help but think that they simply weren't prepared. How in the heck can someone get trampled? Well... Exactly like you said. Crazy customers there at 4 a.m. trying to get the best deal on a stupid video game. It didn't sound like their was ample police, crowd control, or store help available. It boggles my mind how these Black Friday incidents keep happening (and getting worse) year after year. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

i once died in a walmart, so i don't have a high opinion of their stores.

signed,

the ghost of someone who once died in a walmart

Mike Jackson said...

I dont get why so many people are so hyped up to save money to buy a TV for $99 and act as if its a life or death matter.I mean they act as if someone were to die if they didnt save money on a fucking TV.