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In an outdoor mall frequented by visitors of all kinds, the local birds have a nasty habit of judging from their perches. The food is scarce, the company rude, but the gossip is a plenty.
By Mister Gone
In Part Two, I get drunk on the holy spirit of Sam Walton's vision. Sure.
By Mister Gone
My experience of being interviewed, oriented, and employed by the unclean beast that is Walmart.
Short Story | Updated Jan 16, 2014 | Reads: 26 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Angelo Alago
This short story, set in a not too distant future where corporations have replaced states, tells the tale of Harvey Johnston's final days as Walmart's senator.
Different views in different sectors and most political parties opposing the FDI in retail, it has now become one of the most important economic reform in history of our country.
Rylee ReneeLynn McAller was the girl you loved to hate. Flawless skin, long, thick dark brown, almost black hair, anperfect body and personality. She had straight A's and a job. She was 17, yet partyed like she was 21. What could you excpect from a gurl whoes mother couldnt care weather she was...
Imoni lost her best friend Jason at the age of 11 who went missing. Now its her final year of high scool and her dad makes her move with him so he can coach soccer. She finds out she as a new brother her age & memoeries come back in her dreams about Jason.
By Lynn The Rainbow
I thought this would be useful for some people, something my friend showed me on e-mail.
Miscellaneous | Updated Aug 23, 2010 | Reads: 21 | Comments: 7 | Likes: 10
What happens when Trinity, a girl who's a daddy's girl and gets what she wants gets stuck in Wal-Mart with a free flowing foster child boy, Ryder? Will they kill each other when they can't get along? Or will they fall in love during the time the storms blows over and they get rescued? Find out!
By Sunshine Raines
Donâ€™s life was A-typical normal, until one night a stranger came to visit. Unasked and unannounced he presented Don with a giftâ€¦ or was it a course.
A description of a certain room this holdiay season...
Short Story | Updated Dec 15, 2008 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By Iason Tonyaka
why we cannot seem to change large industry