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October 18, 2013


It's a Wal-Prom. Rachel Anderson, with son Noah, 2, and daughter Maggie, 9, joined the Facebook group called I Heart Spring Hill in celebrating the opening day of the new Wal-Mart in Spring Hill on Wednesday Oct. 16, 2013. The group dressed up in tuxedos and prom dresses to go shopping in hopes of helping to put a positive spin on the attire of shoppers who frequent the popular store.

(Thanks to Bill Hudgins)


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She subjected those children to the People of Walmart? Child Protective Services needs to be called.

Not one camo-tux?
I am dissapoint.

Let's face it, some things are just not fixable. Fact.

I don't know. A team of Keynesian economists and a motivated Justice Department could probably do it. Or did you mean "fix" in another sense than "fix their wagon?" In that case, yeah, you're probably right.

So Spring Hill lost the Saturn factory but gained a Wal-Mart? Observation: you can dress them up, but many still look like Wal-mart shoppers.

I just got back from Walmart. I saw three women who were truly scary. Unintentional Halloween. One pair looked like mother and daughter paint samples.

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