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  • Some people shoot up the place, other's ram each other with shopping carts.

    The economy really has farked a generation.
  • Trust me when I say that the people who run the show much rather prefer us to fight each other instead of them.
  • I believe it is traditional on fark to ask the following "Who wants to guess the race of the offender?"

    After this, there follows some discussion on cultural values then after awhile people get bored and find another thread.
  • Doing your shopping with a cart with a squeaky wheel will do that to you.
  • boinkingbill: Doing your shopping with a cart with a squeaky wheel will do that to you.


    I don't remember the last I had a cart at Walmart that wasn't farked up in some way. Either the wheels are loose, squeaky, or (like the one today) flat-spotted.

    Part of what makes the Walmart shopping experience such shiat is that they seem to get everything (carts, checkout lane card readers, etc.) they use from their usual distribution channels with all the quality you expect from Walmart.
  • Gergesa: I believe it is nice to offer to "Would you like me to return your buggy/cart?"

    After this, there follows some discussion on cultural values then after awhile people get bored and find another thread.

     

    FTFM
  • Indubitably: Race is immaterial.


    P.S. I am not afraid of anyone, regardless of the color of their skin, for they are are ultimately human, and I own my own human, you?
  • I thought the story would be about rage induced by some jackass parking their cart in the middle of an aisle, blocking traffic in both directions.
  • akula: boinkingbill: Doing your shopping with a cart with a squeaky wheel will do that to you.

    I don't remember the last I had a cart at Walmart that wasn't farked up in some way. Either the wheels are loose, squeaky, or (like the one today) flat-spotted.

    Part of what makes the Walmart shopping experience such shiat is that they seem to get everything (carts, checkout lane card readers, etc.) they use from their usual distribution channels with all the quality you expect from Walmart.


    Bootstrappy persons might start a company around this kind of comment.

    /Me, it sounds difficult/too much paperwork. 
    //political minds can play it either way
  • Indubitably: Indubitably: Race is immaterial.

    P.S. I am not afraid of anyone, regardless of the color of their skin, for they are are ultimately human, and I own my own human, you?


    P.P.S. "...are are...is not Jar Jar, okay, local commenter?
  • Thus, I cart thee

    /I knew it had to be at a Walmart, couldn't be a grocery store
    //don't want to break the eggs when you ram into the other person
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    It could have been worse.
  • jtown: I thought the story would be about rage induced by some jackass parking their cart in the middle of an aisle, blocking traffic in both directions.


    Me too, and I was all ready to support the one with the rage. Because fark those people who think they're the only people in the store. Aisle-blockers, and those people who get to the top of the escalator and just stand there.
  • So, they start as snow-globes, then molt into carts. I expect to see some good shopping mall stories on Fark tomorrow.
  • After the events of today, I fully expect to wake up someday to see the other nations of the world have found out how to isolate America by turning the country into a "Thunderdome".


    /300 million citizens enter, one citizen leaves

  • TommyDeuce: So, they start as snow-globes, then molt into carts. I expect to see some good shopping mall stories on Fark tomorrow.


    I expect the cart rage to be the top of the iceberg, what with holiday shopping going into overdrive

    /today, carts, tomorrow, who knows
  • No Time To Explain: TommyDeuce: So, they start as snow-globes, then molt into carts. I expect to see some good shopping mall stories on Fark tomorrow.

    I expect the cart rage to be the top of the iceberg, what with holiday shopping going into overdrive

    /today, carts, tomorrow, who knows


    Go-kart rage?
  • ski9600: akula: boinkingbill: Doing your shopping with a cart with a squeaky wheel will do that to you.

    I don't remember the last I had a cart at Walmart that wasn't farked up in some way. Either the wheels are loose, squeaky, or (like the one today) flat-spotted.

    Part of what makes the Walmart shopping experience such shiat is that they seem to get everything (carts, checkout lane card readers, etc.) they use from their usual distribution channels with all the quality you expect from Walmart.

    Bootstrappy persons might start a company around this kind of comment.

    /Me, it sounds difficult/too much paperwork. 
    //political minds can play it either way


    Meh, fark the politics. There's plenty of decent carts over at Target.

    But since my wife's a WMT employee, the 10% off at all things at WMT are worth the shiatty carts.
  • Super Chronic: jtown: I thought the story would be about rage induced by some jackass parking their cart in the middle of an aisle, blocking traffic in both directions.

    Me too, and I was all ready to support the one with the rage. Because fark those people who think they're the only people in the store. Aisle-blockers, and those people who get to the top of the escalator and just stand there.


    Yes
  • This shiat always seems to occur at a Wal-Mart. Why not a Bloomies or Nordies?
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