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 Post subject: Big Wally:
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This is what I was working on -- Speculative project -- for a former client:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companie ... spartandhp


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I like it. It would be great to go to Mal-Wart and pick everything up in one stop instead of a two mile hike. There's a store less than 3 miles from home.


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It's interesting what Wal-Mart is prepared, and is not prepared to do.

Our local Wal-Mart is unable to offer customers a working restroom, more than 50% of the time. And the time when the toilets are actually working, the restrooms are filthy.

At 75+, I depend on public facilities when I am away from home more than two hours.


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Thanks-- any and all input is welcomed....I do tread with caution because of mobility issues. But the unexpected nibbles from others have been worth pondering. I really don't want to -- nor do I intend to -- go back into Corporate America; thus, my self-imposed limited work-from-home things....But, but, well, as I butt my head, I, again send "Thanks!"

And My "Pal," Sharkey would be shocked at some of the restrooms in Big Wallys Hither and Yon!...And, alas, Mr. Sam likely is likely rolling over in his grave at some of what is happening These Days at some of his creation/s. And to think: One of Mr. Sam's great-grand daughters is a mere few dollars shy of becoming a mere millionaire....Am not hatin'; rather, I'm just sayin'.


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