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one idea: because not everybody reads the internet and is aware of these things.

two idea: because more of walmart's customer base doesn't read internet than the rest of the country

three idea: people who shop walmart probably don't read you.

I'm not sure that's true about WalMart's customer base otherwise why would they be advertising on NPR? But I take your point. So the job of organized labor is to reach out - start advertising on NPR themselves. I swear, one good day of a boycott and WalMart will go nuts. A whole weekend once every month and they'll be caving left and right.

Walmart fired me because I got hurt on the job, they say my U.A. came back positive for cocain, they lied, they have labeled me a drug user, they ruine my life, I lost my home, I lost everything I had, they ruined my life and got by with it. The law says they can fire anybody for any reason. That is so wrong.
Walmart ruins millions of lives and no lawyer has the guts to go against them for it.

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