This story of Walmart censoring a couple's engagement picture because it featured a shotgun might be the most Texas story of all time. Since we know that sentence was the equivalent of a loud record scratch in your head, yes they made a shotgun part of their engagement photo. OK, so that's weird but I'm sure we could say that about a lot of shit people choose do in their engagement photos. Let he who is without a bizarre engagement photo idea cast the first stone. Honestly, as a proud Texas resident this doesn't surprise me at all. I once went to a wedding in East Texas where the bride rode in on the back of a pick-up truck, firing a shotgun into the air.
Returns at Walmart & "Violations of Federal Law"
No Sound: Walmart Clerk Fucked Good - sonmezahsap.com
I wanted to understand what made her do it, and at some point I will write about it. There are actually several types of these, some hidden within the products. They are made so that they will be detected by sensors near the exit, which will be if the tag is activated. When you purchase the product, the checker deactivates it to avoid the beeping. Shoplifters, as you can expect, try to remove these tags and avoid the beep.
A Little Secret: Shoplifters Can Ignore Exit Alarms
The big box store variation of the crappy fast food McJob or the low-level office job. The store is filled to brim with merchandise reaching up to the fluorescent light ceiling, annoying consumption-crazed customers and of course, dozens of overworked, underpaid disgruntled employees. This is where dreams of a successful career go to die, right into the discount bin.