Despite what they say about the people of WalMart, one South Florida creep apparently finds them just attractive enough. Convicted sex offender Ga...
One swift glance at the blog and I've got all the fodder I need to write this post. It's almost too easy to critique it. This site is an example of what happens when people fail to have class consciousness, folks. It's the kind of thing that happens when people either ignore or do not see the ways things like gender and race and geography intersect with poverty. It's what happens when someone fails to think through their idea to provide "satirical social commentary of the extraordinary sights found at America's favorite store" by posting pictures of "the most ridiculous and insanely disturbing people who call Walmart their home." Satirical social commentary the People of WalMart blog may be, but in this writer's opinion that commentary is more in explaining why three guys (and over 54,000 Facebook followers) think it's amusing to make fun of the working poor in the U.S.
|The people of Walmart. All a big supermarket chain wants for their costumers is to feel comfortable at the store. In the biggest grocery retailer in the US, some people take this feeling too seriously. Check out some of the funniest people of Walmart.|
The people of Walmart are a breed of their own. You gotta wonder what they pump through the airvents in there. It attracts the crazy like nothing else. Fashion blunders a plenty. Clothes that are too small, animal print, torn and tattered, filthy dirty, or just plain weird all make an appearance in the People of Walmart video.
Singer is back with another People Of Walmart song! And the Walmart patrons are the pretty much the same as ever…lonely and with the uncanny ability to find clothing that doesn’t fit.