Tag Archives: shopping

The gift to give those that might have everything

Wish I’d known about this before Christmas. I had no idea there was such a thing as The Pope’s Cologne. Pope Pius IX’s special scent is now available with a Fine Mist Spray. Only $25.95 per bottle, more for international … Continue reading

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The One Minion Search Party, volume 6

Too weird not to share: girls stuck in a lift desperate to pee I don’t know how this led to me. But, I’ll use this moment for an advisory warning. When shopping for clothes in a place like Wal-mart, don’t … Continue reading

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Pope says Wal-mart fashion is in this season

Well, not quite, but Old Ben is applauding the fact that people want to make their dollars and pounds and Euros stretch further this Christmas and Wal-Mart concurs. “Stripped of its materialistic and consumer trappings, Christmas offers a chance to … Continue reading

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Next-of-kin sues Walmart over Black Friday death

Like I wrote recently about a father and son suing for back and neck injuries as a result of last Friday, now the next-of-kin have launched a suit of their own. Jdimytai Damour, 34, had been hired by an employment … Continue reading

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Wal-mart faces Black Friday lawsuit

Hooray for that, I’d say, except I was hoping the suit had to do with the unnecessary death of Jdimytai Damour. Instead, a couple of guys are whining about pulled muscles. Attorney Kenneth Mollins said Fritz Mesadieu and Jonathan Mesadieu … Continue reading

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No bargain, no matter how great, is worth a life

Disturbing news out of Nassau – when a Wal-mart opened its doors this morning for the Black Friday sale, the eager deranged masses killed an employee in their mad rush to get in the doors. Hundreds of bargain-hungry shoppers stepped … Continue reading

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I feel like I hit the jackpot!

I know the aim of my blog goes a little wide of the atheism target sometimes, but I don’t really think it matters too much what topics I ultimately hit. I’m not aiming to be the blogger’s equivalent of a … Continue reading

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Walmart vs thieves

I always love Wal-mart stories and as an ex-employee, I have my share, and this story from Fox News amused me. Three guys came to Wal-mart claiming they’d been sold an empty laptop box. They looked suspicious to the people … Continue reading

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Oprah’s mom can’t afford clothing?

Mind you, aside from Oprah and other highly paid performers, who would be able to pay $150,000 (or more) to a high-end clothing store? Oprah Winfrey’s mother should not have to pay a high-end fashion store the more than $150,000 … Continue reading

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The good kind of consumerism

From the “Wish I’d Thought of That” department comes The Radula and a kick-ass t-shirt celebrating Banned Book Week 2008 . I’ll be ordering one. If shirts aren’t your deal, check out this link instead: How to Fight Literary Censorship … Continue reading

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