Caddy Shack, Between Two Worlds, The Blues Brothers, Back To The Future, City Slickers, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Field of Dreams, M*A*S*H, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Pink Panther, The Pink Panther Strikes Again, Scarface, Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Wizard of Oz, shawshank redemption, etc....
August 23 2006
I Got I New Science Teacher She's A Pain In The Buttox.
I Guess It Was Ment For A Reason Who Knows.
My Buisness Class Is Boring Jrotc Is Kinda Cool When The
Seniors Get To Teach The Class. I Missed Church Because
I Over Sleept When I Was Taking A Nap... O Well-
Enen The Day Destroys The Night The Night Divides The Day-?
August 23 2006
What We Do For Ourselfs Dies With Us,What We Do For The World And Others
August 14 2006
- What we got here is... failure to communicate.-Cool Hand Luke
August 01 2006
this kid is crazy check him out if you like rock or gutair at all..
August 01 2006
well at the moment i have a runny nose and a small cough i hope it goes away soon i've had it since sunday and i can't sleep much o well peeeaaccceeee.....
-Speaking Before You Think Is Like Shooting A Gun Without Aiming-?
July 31 2006
July 29 2006
Well Today Was The Earlyist* Day Ever For Me This Summer I Got Up At 6:00 AM Ugh... Well On Monday I Have To Go To Court For The Last Time At Least I Hope So. Talk To Everyone Later.. Peeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
July 25 2006
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July 14 2006
Is WallMart Letting You Steal.....
The new changes abandon Sam Walton's policy of 'zero-tolerance,' in favor of a new policy which tells workers not to stop shoplifters for items under $25. The internal Wal-Mart policy document was given to The NYT by a former Wal-Mart worker who is deeply concerned with the negative effect this policy will have on other Wal-Mart workers, the company, and the community.
According to the internal Wal-Mart document, the new shoplifting policy has changed from "Shoplifter Apprehensions" to "Investigation and Detention of Shoplifters." In particular, the new shoplifting document explains to Wal-Mart workers that "the guidelines for prosecution of shoplifters have changed: the retail value of the merchandise recovered must exceed $25, and the suspected shoplifter must be at or between the ages of 18 and 65."
The change in shoplifting policy is a dramatic departure from Sam Walton's policies. Sam Walton believed shoplifting was "one of the biggest enemies of profitability in the retail business," and even linked employee bonuses to reducing the shrinkage in each Wal-Mart store.
"Wal-Mart has truly forgotten where it came from. Instead of valuing workers, Wal-Mart is brutally restructuring the company by cutting hours for hundreds of thousands of loyal employees which is negatively impacting customer service and destroying worker morale. Now, Wal-Mart has gone one step further. Instead of addressing the serious issue of crime at Wal-Mart stores, Wal-Mart is abandoning Sam Walton's zero tolerance and is now letting some shoplifters go,"
The shift in Wal-Mart's shoplifting policy follows widespread reports from Wal-Mart workers, many in the Loss Prevention Division, who have witnessed deep cuts, scheduling changes, and other restructuring at Wal-Mart stores. In fact, as reported in the New York Times, J.P. Suarez, Wal-Mart's Loss Prevention director admits the company is making these changes as a cost-saving measure. As Suarez states "it was no longer efficient to prosecute petty shoplifters, 'If I have somebody being paid $12 an hour processing a $5 theft, I have just lost money'," he said. "I have also lost the time to catch somebody stealing $100 or an organized group stealing $3,000."
Wal-Mart's change in shoplifting policy also follows the well-publicized release by WakeUpWalMart.com of a study of police call incidents at Wal-Mart stores. The study, entitled "Is Wal-Mart Safe?" analyzed the official 2004 police incident reports (i.e. calls for police service) at 551 Wal-Mart store locations. According to the study, based on the number of reported police incidents for the sample, it is estimated police responded to nearly 1 million police incidents at Wal-Mart in 2004 costing taxpayers $77 million annually.
July 14 2006
ok Have You Ever Notist That On Myspace When You Choose The Religon That Under Christian There's A - Then It Says Other....
Just Another Reason Nathan Is Waaayyyy Better Than Tom
June 29 2006
NEED Friends For My MySpace ...........................................
June 29 2006
Could Disney Have Faulty Rides, That Was My Thoughts When I Heard About
That Kid From Ky. I Know That Disney Isn't The Only Theme Park That has
Fatatiles But They Have Had The Most Recent One.
the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), from 1997-2000
there was an average of 4.5 estimated fatalities per year at fixed-site
and mobile amusement parks combined. Fatalities related to fixed-site
amusement rides have averaged two annually over the last 25 years.
I Know That Disney Has Had At Least 5 Deaths In The Past 3 Months.
And That Was My Daily Rambilings HE HE What Fun 2 Post Within 2 Minutes
June 12 2006
Hey What's Up well I Learned That My Family On My Dad's Side That I've Never Seen In My Life Decided To Overcome All Their Troubles And There Supposed To Come Over At My Grand Parents House Tomorrow.
I Have Never Seen Them And My 42 Year Old Dad Hasn't Seen Them Since He Was 7 Or 8 Years Old. So That Should Be Fun?
Aside That, Youth Camp Was Crazy Fun.