Wal-Mart: A Beacon for Trashy People

Wal-Mart, while on the one hand being a beacon of capitalism, is on the other hand a craptastic place to actually shop.

I read an article in Time talking about how Wal-Mart is eating Target’s lunch. Let me tell you, it’s not on my account. Wal-Mart is a vast wasteland of downtrodden white trash and Mexicans. I’m sure that sounds rude, but I’m serious.

When a Wal-Mart goes into an area, you can be positive that within 5 years, the yuppies will all move out and the Mexicans and white trash will move in. I’m not sure if that’s universal, but it’s definitely true in the Midwest.

Wal-Mart is not only a beacon of capitalism, it’s a beacon of deals that even trailer trash can afford.

Target on the other hand, has well lit, well maintained stores, with prices just high enough to keep out the riffraff. I will gladly spend a little more money to have an enjoyable shopping experience…. one that doesn’t include toothless morons leering at me and unkempt Mexicans trying to communicate in another language.

I’m not a racist. I’m quite sure there are Mexicans who speak English and bathe. I just don’t know them personally. I’m a culturalist. I think other cultures suck (as I’ve said before), so if you don’t meet the mark, I look down on you. Bathing is key to meeting my mark, as is basic dental hygiene and of course speaking English.

I often wonder at what point a person gives up on life to the extent they no longer care enough to cover their BO. (Incidentally, am I the only one that finds it funny that Obama’s program on his website is called “myBO”?)

Target is filled with good smelling, clean-toothed, English speaking patrons. I don’t see how they can lose.

  2 comments for “Wal-Mart: A Beacon for Trashy People

  1. March 14, 2009 at 12:15 pm

    I wish we had a Target here; I have to drive at least 30 mins in either direction to get to the nearest one. There’s a Walmart in SW FL that actually has real live friendly employees!!! On the other hand, my Walmart (with a few rare exceptions) hires bored, unaffected morons who are only there for the paycheck. I only shop there when I absolutely have to.

  2. March 14, 2009 at 4:08 pm

    A friend of mine worked for a vitamin company, and Wal Mart was her biggest account. She would go to Wal Marts all over the country, and no matter what type of neighborhood the store was in, the customers were exactly the same, no matter where. Trashy.

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