In The Land Of The Poor, Sam Walton Is King.

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November 3, 2009 by sandwichcontrol

Walton the Barbarian.

Walton, what is best in life? To crush your enemies, and see them driven before you, and to hear the lamenting of their women.

Wal*Mart is so insanely evil. Man, do I love it. And hate it at the same time. I am among an ever expanding generation of people who can’t imagine life without Wal*Mart. I see people in real life and on television who buy things for hundreds of dollars and I think to myself “I could go to Wal*Mart and get that same item cheaper.” One day, I’ll be able to break the chains that bind me to the great crusher of mom-and-pops. But not today.

Today is a school day. I have to go take a quiz in Prob/Stats over material that I cannot even to begin to try to understand. I will just plug numbers into the formulas like Dr. D says to do. I need to go by the bookstore and see if I can get a Mac version of minitab, if not then a big “Piss off, wanker.” to the minitab assignment. My Psychology class is actually meeting today so I have to attend in order to receive the prepackaged powerpoint lecture. At least I don’t have to think about it. Tonight I get to take a test over vitamins and minerals in my Nutrition class. I am surprised by how excited I am about this. It freaks me out a little.

I am still waiting to hear back from the editor concerning the Secret Doctor’s Book. Maybe I will go by her office after Psychology. That sounds like a plan. Then after that it will be Chow Mein time, then maybe I will build my book cradle for sewing the SD’s Book, and cram, I mean, review for my Nutrition test.

When I get home, it is straight into packaging mode for this wholesale order of pacifier clips. Pancake Land does a lot of wholesale business with these things. It is very impressive. And when you see them piled in front of you, kind of intimidating.

Oh, I just remembered, after my Nutrition test I need to go buy groceries. Wal*Mart here I come. More soon. ~SC


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