Ron, my comment "we all have our flaws" was not appropriate. It minimized the seriousness of the alleged offense. I just like to keep myself in check as I start judging others. But with regard to your implying that his $6 million per year should be enough to avoid the temptation to pilfer, there are many of us who wouldn't steal money from our employer if we were earning beans and potatoes as remuneration. I'm recently retired and I don't like recalling the times I emailed non-work-related messages on my job when I should have been checking to see if others needed my assistance. In a sense, that was stealing time from my employer and I'm ashamed. This thing at W-M and everywhere else today is not about salary. It's about character and greed. But every one of us can reflect and see that we're not perfect. I still argue that there's more good than bad about W-M and other discounters.