Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by baci, Nov 8, 2014.
WalMart uses unskilled labor.
The idea that unskilled people are somehow deserving of a certain level of earning just because is nonsense.
WalMart pays its unskilled people more than they are worth and gives them the chance to move up within the company.
They also get benefits.
If you are too stupid or lazy to improve yourself, you don't deserve jack shit much less a 'living wage'.
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sure is a lot of assumptive math going on there.....
and those infographic videos are annoying as hell
Yeah. fuck poor people!
Socialism only works when you figure out a way to confiscate Howard's marbles.
He has figured out a way to pocket over 90 percent of all revolutionary marbles. Walmart is a hack compared to Stern.
She needs to change the paradigm.
dont shop there.....they sell nothing but crap
so dont care
You're a putz.
Just because you're too lazy to better yourself, it's not my responsibility to pay for your laziness.
Maybe you should have actually paid attention in school.
And you're a fucking idiot.
People fall on hard times and not all people working at Wal-Mart are "lazy". Go volunteer at a food bank sometime you arrogant sonofabitch.
start your own business and pay them what you think is fair. or don't shop there. problem solved.
Fuck Walmart and deff fuck sams club.. I speak as an ex sams employee.. They really do fucking suck to work for.
I don't. Costco is cheaper and much better.
So it's WalMart's responsibility to just simply give everyone who hits hard times more money?
You are truly delusional.
Bad shit happens to good people.
Good people ALWAYS find a way out of bad shit.
Lazy people scream about raising the minimum wage and protesting WalMart.
If you are a grown person and working as an 'associate' at WalMart and bitching about what they pay,
you clearly made really shitty choices in your life. Now deal with them.
Fuck off and die with festering boils.
People are climbing their way through grad school and not finding jobs.
This is no longer about laziness.
You make ABSOLUTELY no sense. Where did you ever come up with the idea that simple labor shouldnt pay one enough to not be dependant on welfare? Do you know how stupid you sound? Or are you just trolling?
You know my great grandfather came to the US in 1900 and worked in SF as a short order cook and saved the equivalent of $40,000 in todays money to buy his mother a house in europe- and just a year after that had enough to purchase a farm in central valley California. He made all of that FLIPPING HAMBURGERS. What? Want a example from today? In my hometown there is an independantly owned burger joint that is across the street from a mcDonalds- he is about half as busy as the mcdonalds- the revenue is $600k per year- he pockets around 200k and his family members who work there get paid 50k a year- AND THEY ALL FLIP HAMBURGERS! UNSKILLED WORK!
You know what the Walton family makes? BILLIONS- you know what they did? Nothing but come out of the right crotch.... But they deserve that right? And we all subsidize them through our tax dollars...
Thanks for the negative reps cunt. You are nothing but an uneducated moron with zero concept of critical thinking. "All people at Walmart are lazy." "Good people ALWAYS find a way out of bad shit." Jesus Christ, your generalizations are truly dumbfuckery of the highest order.
This coming from someone too cheap to pay a little bit to keep the website running.
Lets say, that in high school all the assholes decided to ask the smart kids for help, in stead of partying, hanging out, or picking on them?
Then those assholes wouldn't be cashiers with unwashed kids back at the trailer park with some other asshole bum boyfriend wearing a wife-beater and drinking beer.
Maybe if they applied themselves, they could earn a better wage.
Did Chibbs take 25 points away? I'll give you 150 back.
I guess I missed the point of the little video. I thought it was why should the taxpayer subsidize a billion dollar industry. Personally I'd rather the employee make a couple of bucks an hour more, so that the US taxpayer (me) wouldn't have to foot the bill so that a worker can feed their family.