mac5155 wrote:Probably from a Black SUV in the belle Vernon Kmart parking lot.
Hey I think I bought speakers from that guy, but he was driving a white van.
Walmart holds food drive for it's own employees
Tomas wrote:canaan wrote:PensHckyFan79 wrote:Tomas wrote:PensHckyFan79 wrote:My wife wants to go black friday shopping since our first kid is due in January and her baby shower is in Dec so she wants to make sure she gets good deal on stuff she wants and if we have to we will return duplicates that we get at the shower. Double whammy for me I will have to mess with black friday shopping and then may have to return half the stuff anyway. UGH!!
Quick tip: If you open baby registry with BabiesRUs (I believe by Nov 15), then they'll give you a gift card worth 10% of all purchases from the registry (even if you buy those items by yourselves, of course) made until 1 month after the baby is born. Every 10% counts...
Ya I saw that we are registered there and I believe a few things have been purchased already. I left 99% of this stuff up to my wife.
we got a Motorola baby monitor last year for 50$ that was regularly 225...black Friday is worth it, imo
can you tell where you bought that cheap Motorola monitor?
Factorial wrote:With all the Walmart talk in this thread:Walmart holds food drive for it's own employees
http://www.cleveland.com/business/index ... socia.html
Troy Loney wrote:Income inequality is a serious drag on the economy. Great to know that workers for one of the largest employers in the country need assistance. Question about incentives, if you could work full time and still be poor, or collect government assitance and be poor...what would you do?
canaan wrote:Tomas wrote: can you tell where you bought that cheap Motorola monitor?
toys r us, iirc
canaan wrote:canaan wrote:Tomas wrote: can you tell where you bought that cheap Motorola monitor?
toys r us, iirc
t-r-u has http://www.amazon.com/Motorola-Mbp25-2/dp/B00G80HVTY for $99 thursday midnight to close saturday
Sam's Drunk Dog wrote:Is there a higher minimum wage for anyone over 21? That would help businesses since a lot of minimum wage jobs are filled by college age kids and younger.
mac5155 wrote:Yeah! suck it up, peon!
Crankshaft wrote:mac5155 wrote:Yeah! suck it up, peon!
Who called retail workers, peons?
pittsoccer33 wrote:i work with the international stock exchanges, which means i work pretty much every holiday except new years day and christmas day.
IanMoran wrote:My dad was a steelworker, mom a nurse in an operating room... they both had their share of holiday work.. on pretty much all holidays. I just can't feel terrible for someone who knows what Thanksgiving entails when they accept a position
pittsoccer33 wrote:i keep saying we should make the UK team cover everything on Fourth of July (as punishment for losing to us) and Veterans Day (as a thank you for us bailing them out of two straight world wars).
on the bright side days like Boxing Day and Good Friday are holidays in nearly every other country on Earth, so its an easy day.
mac5155 wrote:IanMoran wrote:My dad was a steelworker, mom a nurse in an operating room... they both had their share of holiday work.. on pretty much all holidays. I just can't feel terrible for someone who knows what Thanksgiving entails when they accept a position
Steelworker gets double time on the holidays and I'm sure operating room nurses are compensated well for their holiday time as well.
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