October 19, 2007 2:39 AM PDT

Wal-Mart tries to stop early Black Friday ad posts

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Frikken Wal-Fart
For trailer trash, by trailer trash.

No way they can stop someone from posting the information. If you don't post the actual flier, but say something like:

"Wal-Fart is going to be selling a POS computer for $200"

There is nothing they can do about it.

Wal-Fart is a cancer on our country, it is past time to say no to them.
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Wal-Mart Ads Should Be Posted In Mandarin
Ninety-five percent of the crap that Wal-Mart sells is made in China. It has destroyed the U.S. manufacturing base and put millions of hard working Americans out of jobs. It has created entire cities of poverty, like Detroit. I think it only fitting that Wal-Mart post all their ads in Mandarin. While they're at it, why don't replace all the store greeters with Chinese too.
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Where's the LOVE
I turn on my computer early for a first chance peek at their pre-released ads.

Walmart is a little short of the warm and fuzzy feeling
Millions shop there;
AND many hate'm more than hemmeroids, but can't /won't buy elsewhere
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