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Walmart? More like Wal-everyone-who-works-there-should-set-higher-moral-standards [Mar. 6th, 2005|07:51 am]
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I wonder how many children Walmart dissapoints in a year. I got a fish there when I was, say, 10 and it died within twenty four hours and i cried. i got a fish there again, stupid me, two days ago and i wake up this morning and roll over and there's my dead fish, it's big, buggy, lifeless eyes staring right at me. One, it kind of freaked me out. two, it kind of made me sad but i didn't cry. and three, it made me extremely disgusted. i thought by now they would have at least found a better way to try and keep there fish alive. but hey, *at least i have a 90 day warrenty just in case my fish perishes.* (*sarcasim between the asterisks*) walmart pisses me off.

~this entry is dedicated to Fish, my deceased but still living in all our hearts fish

[User Picture]From: puh_ta_toe
2005-03-07 08:41 pm (UTC)
RIP dear fishie.
i had a fish once.
his name was maestro.
oh how i loved that gold fish.
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[User Picture]From: bast_hectate
2005-03-10 11:29 pm (UTC)
RIP to your fishie too
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