Just like our great ancestors on the Oregon Trail (ohh maybe they will get dysentery and have to start over) these two are moving forward with a purpose. What I want to know is what she is saying? So it’s CAPTION CONTEST time!!!!! Winner will get a copy of our new book People of Walmart: Of the People, By the People, For the People and some oxen! Get your caption in the comments below by Friday September 28th at 5 pm EST.
At first I was curious why Shanon Parker from the SyFy channel’s Dream Machine was at Walmart and then I realized with some of the crazy hoopty rides we’ve seen in the parking lot there just has to be a professional behind the scenes making it move without blowing up!
You know what’s despicable about this car?…Nothing. That movie was as dope as the dope you’re likely slingin’ out of it.
This is in response to the terribly rude and ignorant woman I encountered while at Walmart today (Wednesday). My husband and I had just gotten into our car (legally parked in a handicap space) after picking up a few things when this woman with crutches and one leg started yelling out things like taking up a handicap spot! or something to that extent. She was very rude and had not even taken the time to check my windshield for a permit. The permit is on the passenger side because it belongs to my husband who is a passenger. At first glance we might look like a healthy couple who don’t have a handicap. But as you should’ve learned in grade school you can’t judge a book by its cover. My husband does indeed have a medical issue and has a perfectly legal permit just like yours. I’m not even going to discuss the medical issues because it is none of your business but I can almost bet he takes more medications than you could count. Just because he’s not missing a leg doesn’t make him any less handicapped than you but that’s the problem with you. You are one of those who have a sense of entitlement like we should all cater to you. After all you were only 2 cars down from mine!! Yes this may seem harsh on my part, but aren’t we all supposed to be treated equally? You didn’t treat us with any decency, and you’re no better than us. Next time you see someone parked in a handicapped spot, don’t be so frivolous and jump to conclusions. You need a lesson in manners, as well as how to mind your own business!