Zazaban wrote:Why the hell did Tom's Rhinoplasty close down? Wall*Mart offers nose jobs?
lol I was wondering the same thing!
I ship: Stan/Cartman <3
Sharon: What is it honey? (gasp!) My baby's killed again!
Haa, I love that line.
Niels0827 wrote:I know there's a retail chain in the UK called Asda, which is owned by WalMart, but I believe Tesco may be bigger.
If you mean bigger as in physical size, it may be as I've never been in a Tesco. If you mean bigger as in the company is bigger, then no. Walmart is not only the largest retailer in the world, it is also the largest company in the world.
This is pretty much the only episode I dislike of South Park that I've seen (though I do like the end where it shows the stupidity of the "Screw Walmart, shop at small businesses" people). I love Walmart. I hate the pretentious dicks who are like, "Oh Walmart is bad, they destroy small businesses!" f*ck them, if those small business didn't charge an arm and a leg for everything maybe I wouldn't have to shop at Walmart in the first place. If it wasn't for Walmart many families like mine would starve because they couldn't afford to shop at these small businesses.
It's always funny to see people who act like Walmart is the greedy one in the situation. They act like these small business owners, who originally overcharge on everything and then bitch when they can't afford to anymore, aren't greedy at all. I'm not saying Walmart isn't in it for the money (that's the whole point of running a business), but acting like the small business owners are any different than Walmart makes you look like a hypocritical moron. Like the end of this episode shows, the only difference between Walmart and these small businesses is that Walmart had the time to actually get big. I guarantee these small businesses would be employing the same business practices Walmart does if they were that size.
He'll be off somewhere pressing his nipples on whatever window points to Wal Mart in his new digs in the deep of the night I guess, god speed Randy.
And it is not about wall-mart or any single company. They are so big due to the consumers as we see at the end of the episode what the people do with the pharmacy shop.
And heart of the big corporations are the consumers, and this episode proved that to me. :)
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