My wife made me get NETFLIX
But just came from one of many Wal-Mart's in my area. Got a box of 380 for my son in laws birthday tomorrow. Handgun ammo at this location is almost all gone. Which was usually a slow seller at this location. I remember all those Shortage Crisis growing up in the 70s. Fuel, Beef, Chicken. In the 90s it was AK receivers, 9mm and 22 ammo and reloading primers. So I'm not worried about the current trend. If they don't sell what I'm looking for I will buy it elsewhere.
2. Not into sports. Will kinda watch if I'm at a bar or a friend's house who happens to be watching. Otherwise none.
3. Have a Nike shirt but bought it years ago.
4. NFL Jerseys. See #2
5. NASCAR definitely not. If you ever catch me watching cars doing circles for hours while lined up behind each other I give you permission to shoot me.
I've only ever used my parent's netflix, but haven't for a long time. They haven't had anything worth watching for years now. I don't follow any sports really. Other than going to someone's house to watch the super bowl that's it.
I get all my clothes, and most groceries, from Costco. For anything I don't get there, I usually get it from a grocery store. But that's maybe once a month I'll buy a couple small items.
I rarely go there for anything, but now I will try and make that less.
I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
Hunter S. Thompson
I will never be a Wal-mart supporter. When the local Wal-mart opened here I needed employment so to the job of working nights unloading many, many trucks and stocking shelves. Since people were wondering what Wal-mart was all about, they gave us the shpeal about "only 20% of our products are from foreign countries". After handling just about everything in the store I was unable to come across ANYTHING made in America. The vast majority of products were/are from China. When I brought this up to management they became outright beligerant with me.
So, has anyone else ever thought to look at what you buy and at least try to buy American when you can? Or do you only worry about saving pennies? So much for defending American workers. Instead give your money to the Chinese Government.
Notice that I didn't say ... give your money to the Chinese people. You are not helping the Chinese people as much as you are feeding the Chinese government.
Consider that China is now doing their best to control communications world wide. Google "The Claws of The Red Dragon". That movie comes out in the fall.
Think of how your years of shopping at Wal-mart has put Americans at risk. Don't start whining now that they have decided to stop selling ammo and guns. You have been funding the left all along. But refuse to see it. In a previous post it was stated the Hilary was on the Board at Wal-mart. Why am I not surprised?!
China already has their own shipping ports in CA. What's next?
AWW, hell. Just go about your business.
Last edited by USMCE4retired; 09-18-2019 at 05:23 PM.
Haven't been in one for a long time and don't plan too. Cheap ammo was the only draw before. As far as buying American, I do try but it isn't always easy
It is not just China.
Many countries in the world today are exporters of goods.
Competition for the US and other countries.
Vietnam, South Korea, Thailand, South America, Indobesia etc
We are not the only big dog on the planet.
Buying US goods is a good idea when quality, cost and availability.
Dear Socialists: I have no money for you. I spent it all on guns and ammo.
If someone would have professed some anti-gun opinion, they likely would have been asked to take their commie ass out to the backyard for a beating.
Big thanks to Moses1986, 10Gauge, Pookie, NFA ARMS, Duck Durbin and everyone that served this country.
Haven't shopped there in years .