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    How Much You Wanna Bet

    How Much You Wanna Bet

    that this person has an iPhone or iPad made at a factory in China, which she uses to read liberal blogs which object to outsourcing by big corporations.  And hurries into and out of Wal-Mart really quickly so as not to be spotted, with an excuse lined up just in case she bumps into another bumper-sticker wearing friend:

    “I don’t really shop here, I’m just gathering evidence for our upcoming protest.”

    Spotted in Ithaca last fall:

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    Note the sticker which says, "Honored to have a student at the Cascadilla School".

    The Cascadilla School (http://www.cascadillaschool.org/) is a private prep school. At least this person has the sense to take her child out of the Ithaca government school. I wonder if she supports school vouchers for people who can't afford expensive moving billboards.

    Prof, was this taken at a Walmart?

    They all drive Subarus, Hondas, Toyotas, VWs, Mercedes, etc, — people like this — without even realizing the irony.

    And just incidentally, Subaru is a part of Fuji Heavy Industries, the lineal successor to the Nakajima Aircraft Company which along with Mitsubishi, made most of the aircraft with which the Japanese Empire sought to conquer East Asia.

    These bumper stickers look SO GOOD on a foreign car made by non-union workers who've never heard of a 'living wage'.

    And you're in a UNIVERSITY TOWN! Aren't people supposed to learn stuff there?

    My son was sick with a fever on Thursday and a sore throat on Friday. Hubby took him to Walgreens Take Care Clinic on Friday, but it was closed due to an emergency. So Hubby called me to see where to take The Little Guy. I told him to go to Walmart. The Little Guy was seen, diagnosed with strep, and Hubby paid the $50 bill without using insurance. Worked out well all around.


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