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A younger Outkast.
Ms. Lauryn Hill
QUEEN CREEK, Ariz. - An Arizona man says he has found out the hard way just how to get banned from Walmart for life.
Joe Cantrell loves to ad match.
He goes through circulars to find the biggest discounts, and then goes to Walmart.
According to the company’s website, they match the lowest advertised price on identical products, but when Joe tried doing that last week, the unthinkable happened.
What started as a trip to a San Tan Valley, Ariz., Walmart to get ornaments for his family’s Christmas tree, turned into the biggest nightmare of Joe’s life.
"I was handcuffed, humiliated and embarrassed in front of everybody at Walmart," Joe remembers.
And, there’s a chance, Joe just may be the most loyal Walmart shopper you’ve ever met.
Joe told us he visits the mega-retailer at least twice a day — once in the morning with his grandmother, and then again in the evening.
"I just love Walmart and that’s why I go," he laughs.
Because to Joe, every little dollar counts.
"Sorry I get a little emotional about this, because I’m disabled," he says.
After eight years in the ring as a professional wrestler and lots of injuries, “I can’t do what I used to do for a living anymore,” he says.
So, four months ago, he started ad matching. But last week when a Walmart employee told him it wasn’t allowed, Joe complained to management.
"When I left, he turned around and called the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and said he felt intimidated and threatened. I was upset, but never once did I say anything to the gentleman," Joe says of the incident.
Joe says when he went back to Walmart four days later, three deputies handcuffed him, gave him a court summons and a notice banning him from any Walmart in the world for life.
"I felt shamed. I felt like I was the bad guy. And I know I’m not a bad guy," he says.
The deputies apparently agreed. Joe says when they realized the nature of the complaint, they let him go.
"They saw a grown man cry like a baby," Joe says. "Probably because I knew I would be able to go home to my family and finish that Christmas tree."
Joe wasn’t arrested, but he says he’s facing charges of threatening, intimidation and disorderly conduct. He has no attorney and he’s still banned from Walmart for life.
Sister station ABC15 reached out to Wal-mart, but the company never responded to the request for comment.
Joe says he if knew ad matching was going to cause this, he just would have paid the extra money.
What in the actual fuck
Charisse Jones and Kumea Shorter-Gooden, Shifting (via fyeahcracker)
meanwhile gay white men, the “face” of the LGBT movement to most people, will appropriate the hell out of AAVE to seem “sassy” and “cheeky” while black women are condemned for it
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Researchers in Boston announced last week that HIV had once again been detected in two patients who had previously been thought to be rid of the virus. The results suggest that HIV reservoirs, latent cells that have the genetic code of the virus, are more persistent and deeper in the body that scientists had thought.
what i mean when i say “i can’t do that” - the depression edition
- i am unable to do that
- i don’t have the energy to do that
- i cannot wrap my head around what you’re asking me to do
- there is too much in my head right now
- i can not do that
what people hear:
- i am unwilling to do that
- i am being stubborn for no reason
- i am being dramatic
- i am lazy
- i need you to repeat that only louder
- i need a push
- i don’t want to do that
Baked some iPhone cookies to trick cops into pulling me over, then I just take a bite and ask if cookies are against the law.
Lol childish but funny
PSA: Brown/Black people, this prank is not for us.
exactly. they will look at this cookie, claim they thought it was a gun and shoot you, ask questions later
nope. this prank is not for us