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March 28, 2006


Not us.

(Thanks to Greg England)


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Oh yes, sleeping in the garden dept. Got to love that sweet sweet smell fertilizer and pesticides.

first again? checks classifieds for "life for sale"


damn robot...

I should have said "that sweet sweet smell of fertilizer..."

But you all know how your brain just sort of goes haywire when you see "0 comments".

He might as well get used to being there.

"His father told him to go for it and offered to bankroll the project."
Translated --
"I don't care what the Hell you do, just get out of my sight!"

When I was a kid, I really wanted to try this. I never thought of it as a sociology experiment! Hmm, too bad I had that class last semester....

Why didn't he try somewhere a little more comfortable, like a Macy's? At least they have beds!

This reminds me of last week's episode of "My Name is Earl" when they thought the world ended at Y2K and lived in the grocery store. They settled anarchy by taking numbers and whoever had the next number made the rules. Ah, good times!

Hey, his Dad said he would bankroll the project but the kid left when his account was frozen? Gee, Dad, thanks for nothin'.

wasn't this a movie - only it was a Target?

ASK- it was actually a Walmart. atalie Portman got left in a Walmart when she was pregnant - Where the Heart Is.

Oops - Natalie Portman. atalie is her evil twin

I doubt Natalie Portman was even born when the one I am thinking of came out. If I could remember who was in it, I'd look it up.

Wait, his GIRLFRIEND dropped him off? ? ? I try floating this scenario by a woman I'm relatively certain she's not coming back for me.

ASK - Career Opportunities with Jennifer Connelly

thank you - now i can get some work done.


ASK, maybe you are remembering the time Luke and Laura got stuck in the department store on General Hospital. My friends use to run home from school to find out what happened to Luke and Laura. Oh, by the way, I should have prefaced this with a geezer alert.

Happy to help

I'm not sure what the big deal is here. Don't most Walmart employees live in the parking lot?

He wasn't looking in the right place for the little bottles of shampoo. I used buy those quite often for trips out of town.
I worked at WalMart for about 4 years, felt like I lived there too.

ncc1701 - yep, if I didn't get home from junior high promptly at 3, the carpool driver would catch hell from me. *jumps back onto geezer bus*

This just raises the bar for those 'What I Did on my Summer Vacation' essays. He will be reviled by school children everywhere.

Big deal. I sleep in the garden department too, but only during my assigned workshifts.

Wow, what a great story. This was a well-written piece. I dare say this rivals what Dave could put out (without all the bite, wit and sarcasm, of course.)

"Wake up.....aisle 4"

"It's just me and the stockers then," he said, "and every once in a while somebody who needs a Swiffer at 2 in the morning."

I gotta ask - what is he gonna do with the Swiffer?

whyyyyyy.... this reminds me of the time I went to Wal- mart my own self. Why, it was just this mornin, I think.Saved 3 whole pennies per gallon on gas-olene, and that greeter lady, WHOO-EEE!Hot Dawggies!she shore was a looker, I'm a tellin ya'll....they was a runnin a sale on shure-step kitty litter-I almost wet myself... but I digress...oh well... more later....

After reading about this guy today in the blog, I was driving home from work and heard him being interviewed on NPR!! Who says the Blog isn't abreast of the news? You heard it here first. ;)

OK, I had some fun with this one. Somebody start counting out this guy's 15 minutes.

This is going to be one heck of a good motion picture! Who should be cast as the nun shopping for fried chicken?


Dave, I think you should adopt this kid..........wait, you don't have a secret love child you forgot to tell us about,do you?


Someone from my Alma Mater makes the news......

I graduated in '74, so really drive that Geezer Bus close to the curb, EB

The irony is that he was living better than most of Wal-Mart's employees.

I'm also reminded of a book I read as a child about a family of orphans that live in a museum. Don't recall the title. It was many centuries ago.

Soon to be a major motion picture. I mean, i'm not kidding.


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