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Can you check the link? I think it goes to your "home" page and not your "answer page". I think you want to be sending people to this page:

http://walmart.purpleocean.org/answer/
1a3a7d900d2bfd3d4b7db2468a062af4

(that's the link at the bottom where it says "do you have a blog or website?)

Thank you, Emily! Yes, I had the wrong link. I fixed it. All this computer hacking is making me thirsty.

Our new musical, Walmartopia, includes a number sung by "CEO Scott Lee" After the pr team updates him on the latest bad press, cast members dressed in guppy suits chase him around the stage while he sings. I don't know where you're located, but come check it out if you're anywhere near Madison, Wis.

Catherine Capellaro
co-author Walmartopia
www.walmartopia. com

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