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GUEST,Sally BS: Walmart: Union-Busting SOP (161* d) RE: BS: Walmart: Union-Busting SOP 16 Apr 05

Thanks for your input. Music is a big part of my world--classical, rock, and folk in that order. I'm a big CCR fan. Also looking for an old version of an opera (Le Perichole--not sure of spelling) that I can't find and will plea for help from classical music buffs later; however, this might not be a good website for that one. More on Walmart on Monday after an out-of-town overnighter. Auggie had some good points, accurate I'll add. Ninety percent of part-timers at W-M are supplementing their income derived at another job--unless students. I agree with you that some work there knowing they aren't a good fit. I do know a music major in a rural town who hated dealing with disciplinary problems teaching in the public schools, so she's at one of the county's only two places of employment where she can receive benefits -- Walmart! She's very happy there, which surprised me with her background, but I think it's a time in her age when she needed the Walmart family, despite the culture that would get old with--if I had to work offense to anyone. W-M has a great place in our society. More later.

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