#121697 - 12/05/0301:53 AMTrampled Wal-Mart Lady: Part 2
It seems Ms. Floorstain is rather unlucky when shopping at Wal-Mart, among other places.<br><br>[color:blue]An investigation by WKMG-Local 6 reveals Vanlester has filed 16 previous claims of injuries at Wal-Mart stores and other places she has shopped or worked, according to Wal-Mart, court files and state records. Her sister, who accompanied her Friday on the visit to Wal-Mart, has also filed a prior injury claim against Wal-Mart, with Vanlester as her witness, a company spokeswoman said yesterday.</font color=blue><br><br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Hehe the Wally World guy added a couple of new updates.<br><br>10-27-03 - I think I found Mexico's answer to Lord of the Dance. I don't know whether to laugh or cry. So here again is another crazy Latin music cd cover. <br><br><br>Who in the fsck thought this was a good idea? (Shelli note, why do they have no pants?)<br><br>11-21-03 - So X-Men 2 came out on DVD a few weeks ago. We get buttons and little things to wear to help promote movies like this when they come out. For X-Men 2 we got a big disc with little lights all over it, and all the lights blink. That's all it does, it just blinks a little light around the button. It doesn't file your taxes, it doesn't cook dinner, and it doesn't hide the fact that you're white trash. So you'd think it wouldn't be a big deal, but it is. People stop me all the time and ask me for a button like the one I have, and when I tell them that we're out, they want mine. I refuse, just because I can. It's amazing to me that people are so infatuated with such a silly thing. The senselessness of our race never stops astonishing me. Whoever wants to be our next president just needs to put blinking lights on their campaign buttons. <br><br>11-23-03 - The next time you go to the record store and ask for help finding a cd, do yourself and the people there a favor. First, actually try looking for the cd yourself. You can usually find them by using this extremely complex method, it's hard, but can be mastered. We call it the alphabet. First, think of the name of the artist you are looking for. Once you do that, this is where it gets complicated, you need to reverse the names around. So if his name is "Toby Keith" for example, you need to switch it to "Keith Toby." Still with me? Ok, now you need to find the "K" section. Oh wait, there's different genres of music at Wally World. Actually, a total of FOUR! Oh my god, this is getting really hard. If only they clearly labeled the sections of music with what genre of music that could be found there... So if you're looking for Toby Keith, or "Keith Toby" you'll want to find the letter "K" in the "Country" section. In that section you'll find the new Shock 'n Y'all cd that you've been dying for. Now that you've found your Toby Keith cd, you can head over to ladies wear to buy your new oversized Tweety Bird shirt and stretch pants. Thank you, have a nice day. <br><br><br>That guy's page cracks me up.<br>http://wallyworldlife.com/index.html<br><br>
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