Walmart Nazi Tshirt Watch: Day 52

../../../../../ days after t-shirts bearing Nazi insignia were discovered in Walmart, the retailer has yet to remove them from all their stores, despite promises to do so within days. These pictures were taken on December 31 by reader John. Apparently, Walmart wants to go into the new year putting the right goose step forward.

We particularly enjoy the Walmart cashier’s expression. Probably seconds before she told John, “you can’t take pictures in Walmart.” John writes:

    “I just don’t get what is so difficult about removing 10-15 t-shirts from every store! They don’t have *that* many stores… It just cannot be this difficult. Anyway, point being… Wal-mart is run by a bunch of retarded monkeys who like to fling poo at each other….”

John’s letter continues inside…


John continues:

    “….And I have some imagery from today, December 31st… A picture of two t-shirts I found in my local Wal-mart, and another of the register saying “Sell not allowed” (you’d think Wal-mart could spell, but no… And sorry if it’s a bit blurry. I pulled a surprise shot.) After taking the photo, the lady in the shot told me that I couldn’t take pictures in Wal-mart. Funny, didn’t see any signs. Funny, there weren’t any signs at which she could point to tell me that I was not allowed to take pictures in Wal-mart. Even if there were…. Still, screw Wal-mart, they’re in cahoots with the Nazis and Adolf Hitler. (Admit it, you know he’s still alive.)

    Frankly, I don’t really care to reveal the location of this store… At least that way Wal-mart might scramble to get them off the shelves at ALL stores. And for the more rational of those among us… Seriously… Look at the facts. 10-15 shirts in every store. A few thousand stores. A few secretaries that are being paid way too much to not do anything. And finally, the inability to spell correctly on the registers. “Retarded monkeys” is looking like a pretty good explanation of this whole thing…

    Have a good one,

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