It is unfortunate that in an attempt to appear dignified and
respectable, you (the creators of this website) have simply showed the
rest of us how it takes absolutely no education or awareness of the
world around you to deem yourselves worthy of classifying what is and
isn’t a “handicap”. While I understand that your attempts at “satire” (I
think you should refer yourselves to a dictionary for a better
understanding of this word before using it in describing this site,
which certainly is not satirical in nature) involve observing how people
intentionally choose to live such “trashy” lifestyles, your presumptions
about the populations for which you mock couldn’t be farther from truth.
The class hierarchy in America is not a secret and it is also very well
documented and researched that the lower classes of our country are not
only the subject of oppression, but also that the ability for the
average person to actually rise from one socio-economic standing to one
above that of their current status is extremely hard in the system that
America uses to determine success. Because of this, the people you so
choose to mock were most likely born into a low socio-economic status
and never really had the opportunity to live a lifestyle outside of
that. Poor nutrition (causing the obesity epidemic we have in our
country, which you get plenty of laughs out of), lack of steady income
(which would likely explain half of the attire and cars on this website)
and lack of access to healthcare (also contributing to the condition of
these you love to exploit) are all plagues upon our country. It is
unfortunate that, rather than actually promote programs and ideas to
help lessen the gap in America’s wealth, you choose to use your
influence on the World Wide Web to continue harmful stereotypes of lower
classes and perpetuate the stigma against them that continues to hold
Of course, had any of you ever attended a College of any reputation you
would have certainly attended a Sociology class that would have covered
this in the first quarter. However, your lack of respect for the lower
class in our country also suggests you were brought up in a fairly
middle-class to upper-class environment. The fact that you even take the
time to update this site also suggests you are of a younger generation.
So congratulations: you were born into one of the most privileged and
select social classes in the world, and yet having failed to attain an
education of any merit you waste your time pointing out the inadequacies
of those who have not had the same privileges as you in their lives. The
real shame does not lie in the people for which you make fun of, but in
you for your inability to make any sort of real contribution to the
greater good of the people around you.
i just wanted to say that i dont’ like your site. what’s the point? making fun of people who shop at walmart? what the hell? maybe i’m just retarded, but i don’t get it. i mean, it’s not the miss universe contest, it’s walmart. why the hell would anyone bother to get all dressed up just to go to the store? only in some rich brat’s world, for sure. dont’ worry i won’t be vistiing your site anymore.
I came across your web site after a friend forwarded me a link. Not funny, clever or creative in any way. It’s just mean and a total f-ing bore. Some people (photographers, writers, great artists, ordinary folks, etc.) think that weird is actually quite wonderful! Try doing something out of your own comfort zone. Ask your readers to celebrate the people of Wal-Mart rather than judging them based on a hairstyle, tattoo, car, outfit or otherwise.
i’m only one regretful reader, but your website is not sharply witty or
clever, just cruel and childish. i hope you don’t consider yourselves edgy
underground internet comedians because you’re not. who knows what you’re
really like, but from reading your site, you sound like a bunch of sexist,
arrogant meatheads. no offense. i just feel kinda icky after visiting it.