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Race, we are told, is a social construct. Yet every institution – public or private – in America is dedicated to promoting the anti-white mindset on a 24/7/365 basis.

Race is very, very real. Equality is the social construct. Thus the sole reason why every institution perpetuates anti-white hatred. [Walmart vs. Whiteness: The company’s new training program tells hourly employees that they are guilty of “internalized racial superiority.”, City Journal, October 14, 2021]:

Walmart Inc. has launched a critical race theory training program that denounces the United States as a “white supremacy system” and teaches white, hourly wage employees that they are guilty of “white supremacy thinking” and “internalized racial superiority.”

According to a cache of internal documents I have obtained from a whistleblower, Walmart launched the program in 2018 in partnership with the Racial Equity Institute, a Greensboro, North Carolina, consulting firm that has worked extensively with universities, government agencies, and private corporations. The program is based on the core principles of critical race theory, including “intersectionality,” “internalized racial oppression,” “internalized racial inferiority,” and “white anti-racist development.” Since the program’s launch, Walmart has trained more than 1,000 employees and made the program mandatory for executives and recommended for hourly wage workers in Walmart stores. When reached for comment, Walmart confirmed that the company has “engaged REI for a number of training sessions since 2018” and has “found these sessions to be thought provoking and constructive.”

The program begins with the claim that the United States is a “white supremacy system,” designed by white Europeans “for the purpose of assigning and maintaining white skin access to power and privilege.” American history is presented as a long sequence of oppressions, from the “construction of a ‘white race’” by colonists in 1680 to President Obama’s stimulus legislation in 2009, “another race neutral act that has disproportionately benefited white people.” Consequently, the Walmart program argues, white Americans have been subjected to “racist conditioning” that indoctrinates them into “white supremacy,” or the view “that white people and the ideas, thoughts, beliefs, and actions of white people are superior to People of Color and their ideas, thoughts, beliefs, and actions.”

Following the principle that “diagnosis determines treatment,” the Walmart program seeks to create a psychological profile of whiteness that can then be treated through “white anti-racist development.” Whites, according to the trainers, are inherently guilty of “white privilege” and “internalized racial superiority,” the belief that “one’s comfort, wealth, privilege and success has been earned by merits and hard work” rather than through the benefits of systemic racism. Walmart’s program argues that this oppressive “white supremacy culture” can be summarized in a list of qualities including “individualism,” “objectivity,” “paternalism,” “defensiveness,” “power hoarding,” “right to comfort, “and “worship of the written word”—which all “promote white supremacy thinking” and “are damaging to both people of color and to white people.”


The training program recommends that “discussions about racist conditioning” should be conducted in racially segregated “affinity groups,” because “people of color and white people have their own work to do in understanding and addressing racism.” Walmart employees who are racial minorities, in the framework of the training program, suffer from “constructed racist oppression” and “internalized racial inferiority.” Their internal psychology is considered shattered and broken, dominated by internal messages such as “we believe there is something wrong with being a person of color,” “we have lowered self-esteem,” “we have lowered expectations,” “we have very limited choices,” and “we have a sense of limited possibility.” Minorities thus begin to believe the “myths promoted by the racist system,” develop feelings of “self-hate,” “anger,” “rage,” and “ethnocentrism,” and are forced to “forget,” “lie,” and “stop feeling” in order to secure basic survival.

The solution, according to Walmart’s program, is to encourage whites to participate in “white anti-racist development”—a psychological conditioning program that reorients white consciousness toward “anti-racism.” The training program teaches white employees that ideas such as “I’m normal,” “we’re all the same,” and “I am not the problem” are racist constructs, driven by internalized racial superiority. The program encourages whites to accept their “guilt and shame,” adopt the idea that “white is not right,” acknowledge their complicity in racism, and, finally, move toward “collective action” whereby “white can do right.” The goal is for whites to climb the “ladder of empowerment for white people” and recreate themselves with a new “anti-racist identity.”

Walmart’s training program seems a study in opportunism. For years, activists have attacked the company’s business practices; the critical race theory program helps the giant retailer shift blame to forces beyond its control. As the company denounces “white supremacy culture”—with components including “objectivity,” “individualism,” and “hoarding”—its entire nine-member top executive leadership, except technology chief Suresh Kumar, is white, and its top six leaders made a combined \$112 million in salary in 2019. Chief executive officer Doug McMillon, whom the whistleblower described as a “true believer” in critical race theory, hopes to export woke ideology to every Fortune 100 company through his role as chairman of the Business Roundtable.

The formula is clear: American executives, among the most successful people on the planet, can collect accolades and social status by promoting fashionable left-wing ideologies. Meantime, their hourly workers, making between \$25,000 and \$30,000 yearly, are asked to undergo dishonest and humiliating rituals to confront their “white privilege” and “white supremacy thinking.” McMillon gets the social justice credit; his workers pay the price.

It’s simple. Stay away from Walmart.

Corporate America perpetuates anti-whiteness.

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  1. The Jew calls you a supremacist as he engages in supremacism.

  2. Just another reason Walmart should be busted up into a thousand pieces never to inflict it’s retail genocide on the world again.

    • Agree: Trinity, Detroit Refugee
  3. Augustus says:

    Wow. Wrong on every level.

    REI is another company rolling in dollars by furthering the lie of a grievance society. They even train the employees in a segregated way. Isn’t that a big admission the races are different and not the same?

    The CEO can say, “Looks at muh,” as he virtue signals and lords it over the average employees. At least he is becoming “less white.” What massive stupidity.

    The White employees are taught not just to take care of customers, and be subservient to management, but now they are supposed to kowtow to every black employee. Great for moral? Imagine the simmering anger of the employees boiling away beneath the surface. Sooner or later, the hatred of the ruling elite will surface, like the French Revolution of commoners against the pompous elite.

    The sad part is this will work with many people. Those who are flaccid followers will trudge along doing their usual work (as little as barely possible probably), while the leaders will sooner or later move on, leaving Walmart to fail as it becomes more and more black.

    I do not know the future, but I am hopeful that in 10 or maybe 25 years, 10% of all White people will rise up, and burn down many of these woke companies, leaving them as hollowed out, charred remains to a bygone era of arrogant bosses and their belief in “equity.” Whatever that is supposed to be.

    • Agree: loren, L in Atl hell
    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
    , @Bite Moi
  4. 1) Doubtful anyone of any race working at the bottom rung of walfart feels privileged.

    2) If Noseberg is funding this gang of criminal grifters he’s well-hidden.

    3) Death to all anti-Whites.

  5. Yep, haven’t set foot in one in over 5 years.

  6. anon[280] • Disclaimer says:

    racist diversity-dindus: keep sucking blm/crt//negrobama/kneeler dick & swallowing

  7. Possumman says:

    Two Walmarts in our area–one is run by black guy and most employees are black—the other is run and employs mostly white folks—you can guess which one is a mess and has endless checkout lines

    • Agree: DMZABO, L in Atl hell
  8. Trinity says:

    Walmart simply should be boycotted for other reasons as well. It destroys smaller businesses, it imports cheap shit from China, it doesn’t pay their employees shit even though Walmart pulls in more money than General Motors, ( look how GM ad Ford compensate their employees and no, there is nothing that hard about working in an automobile plant.) The political correctness and anti-White shit Wally World is pulling is yet ANOTHER reason to stay away from this craphole. Hell, all the appliances, clothes, or non grocery items are bottom of the barrel quality, and over in grocery, their deli is gawd awful, their bakery goods suck ass, and most of their stores are unclean.

  9. usNthem says:

    Man, what a load of new age crap – the septic tank would blow out. I swear there are NO large corporations that aren’t totally converged – particularly at the upper management levels. There’s practically no where to turn to get away from these insane idiots. Shopping local to extent possible is the only recourse, but even that won’t cover all the bases. Joggers are looking more and more likely to be the death of western civilization.

  10. loren says:

    remember, as lives are ruined and businesses forever closed [not wal-cost-best-sams]

    “it’s just two weeks.”
    “it’s just a mask.”
    “it’s just six feet.”
    “it’s just non essential businesses.”
    “it’s just non essential workers.”
    “it’s just a bar.” “it’s just a restaurant.”
    “it’s just to keep from overwhelming the hospitals.”
    “it’s just to make the cases go down.”
    “it’s just to flatten the curve.”
    “it’s just a few inmates.”
    “it’s just to keep others from getting scared.”
    “it’s just for a few more weeks.”
    “it’s just church, you could still pray.”
    “it’s just a bracelet.”
    “it’s just an app.”
    “it’s just for tracing.”
    “it’s just to let others know you’re safe to be around.”
    “it’s just to let others know who you’ve been in contact with.”
    “it’s just a few more months.”
    “it’s just large gatherings.” “it’s just a rare side-effect.”
    “it’s just a vaccine.”

    “it’s just for the vulnerable.”
    “it’s just to protect children.”
    “it’s just a little microchip.”
    “it’s just a blood test.”
    “it’s just a scan.”
    “it’s just for medical information.”
    “it’s just a vaccination certificate.”
    “it’s just like a credit card.”
    “it’s just a few places that don’t take cash.”
    “it’s just so you can travel.”
    “it’s just so you can get your driver’s license.”
    “it’s just so you can vote.”
    “it’s just a few more years.”
    it’s just the new world order.

    to flatten the curve we were to lock down for 10 days
    that was 18 months ago

    • Agree: Sick 'n Tired, Listener
    • Replies: @CCZ
  11. Anonymous[135] • Disclaimer says:

    America WAS created as a white supremacist country. That’s why it became such a great power. Now that it’s done away with white supremacy and embraced dysgenics, it’s heading towards collapse.

  12. HT says:

    Larry Fink and the rest of the Tribe are turning America into a white hating state. That whites tolerate what is happening is disgusting and scary. As they say, you can find out who rules you by who you are not allowed to criticize and I think everyone knows exactly who I am talking about. They dominate every major institution and attacking whites is their stock in trade. And if you say one negative thing about them you are then a target.

    • Replies: @Anon
  13. Alden says:

    Only about 2 Walmart’s in Los Angeles. Went to the one in a Hispanic neighborhood once I ordered some DVDs and wanted delivery. But Walmart doesn’t deliver to the customers home. Just to a nearby fed ex office. Refused to pay for fed ex if I had to go pick up the delivery.

    So I went to the Walmart. OMG!!!!!!! Women’s clothes, bedspreads and furniture unspeakable. Checked out the sewing supplies. Standard Coats and Clarke thread. Weird off brands of scissors needles etc. Probably would break at first use. The fabrics. I didn’t expect good quality. But the fabrics were mostly sizing starch that would be washed out in the first wash even hand wash in tepid water.

    Liberals used to be very anti Walmart. That’s why there’s so few in Los Angeles. The liberals crusaded against it. Used to be Walmart TV ads featuring the underpaid clerks “ giving back to da cummety”. Always a non White talking about how they volunteer at the homeless shelter meals or the food bank or blacks teaching Ebonics to immigrants.

    Ridiculous because Walmart clerks are barely above living in their cars if they have one and even single ones without kids get food stamp cards. Those ads were in the days when lots of California employees worked only 19 hours a week to avoid mandatory health insurance costs. Walmart and other stores often made the 2 to 10 and 3 to 11 shifts clock off and work 3 or 4 unpaid hours stocking shelves and cleaning. And finally leave at 1 or 2 AM when the buses weren’t running,

    One of the many reasons I’m not a conservative but a White Nationalist. In union there is strength. Together we triumph Individually we fail.

    • Agree: Trinity, Trevor
    • Replies: @P. Cleburne
    , @Alden
  14. @Anonymous

    In Col. Ralph Peters “ The War in 2020”, a Japanese Officer says in total shock to his General, “The Americans? Their minorities drag them down”.

    We won by the skin of our balls. But not next time. Especially when it’s for real.

  15. And now if you’re a white volunteer…that’s racist too.

    Note the names pushing that…Levy, Stein.

    • Thanks: Lancelot_Link
    • Replies: @Tom F.
  16. Trevor says:

    Western civilization itself is white superior civilization – the most successful in the history of world and copied by the East Asians.

    Give a hammer to a black man and he uses it to destroy.

    Give a hammer to a yellow man and he makes more hammers.

    But give a hammer to a white man and he builds a house (civilization).

    Now that we gave a hammer to the (((global homo elite))), what they do with it is they give it to a black man.

    • Agree: Trinity
  17. @Augustus

    Not sure how much more black Walmart can get and still continue to operate and be profitable. All the Walmarts in the S. Florida area already have around 85-90% black employees. I understand that it’s probably not that way at stores in white rural areas, and from what I have seen their employees aren’t the best or brightest around. And now any of the stores I’ve been in have only a few cashiers and a ton of self check outs, so all they are basically hiring people to do is stock shelves and make sure they aren’t getting robbed blind, which they definitely are when they have blacks running anything.

    • Agree: Augustus
    • Replies: @Ris_Eruwaedhiel
    , @Augustus
  18. Too many whiners.

    If I were a W*M hourly worker, I might be OK with them paying me to sit (e.g. go on my phone) through several hours of blather. If I were an executive (presumably, someone with self-respect), the second I recognized that my employer thought that paying me \$50/hr entitled them to humiliate me (and worse, pay some leftist-dope \$500/hr for the service), I’d quit.

    (I first might want to see how my boss reacts to my assertion that, in fairness, he should book a conference room where he would pay me \$500/hr to insult him, and the rest of my superiors.)

  19. D-FENS says:

    One of the points made in the training is that racism is “designed to end cross racial labor solidarity”. However, Whole Foods (AmaZOG) used diversity as a metric to determine the likelihood of support for unionization. It turns out that diverse workforces are less likely to unionize. Which is why so many corporations embrace it.

    • Replies: @Dradder
  20. CCZ says:

    “it’s just a vaccination certificate” AND it is “the science” until the people of color don’t cooperate:

    New Jersey Governor Murphy: “Why I Have Yet To Start Vaccine Passports”

    “One Main Reason That He’s Held Off”

    Murphy told NJ Advance Media that he likes the idea of NJ following NY City’s footsteps by requiring people to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination to dine in a restaurant or attend an entertainment event.

    “He has stopped short of taking that step so far because of lagging vaccination rates in minority communities.”

    “I don’t want to put something in place that is discriminatory.”

    “Passports, when we achieve equity…. ”

    • LOL: Augustus
  21. Walmart Inc. has launched a critical race theory training program that denounces the United States as a “white supremacy system” and teaches white, hourly wage employees that they are guilty of “white supremacy thinking” and “internalized racial superiority.”

    I have an in law who is 70+ years old and stocks their shelves on the graveyard shift. I’ll be sure to remind her about all of the White Privilege that she enjoys at Wal-Mart as the ghetto sows in New York City and Baltimore continue to be paid just for shitting them out.

    • Agree: L in Atl hell
  22. @Trinity

    Hell, all the appliances, clothes, or non grocery items are bottom of the barrel quality, and over in grocery, their deli is gawd awful, their bakery goods suck ass, and most of their stores are unclean.

    You can get a decent loaf of French bread for a dollar.

    -sarc now off-

    I agree with you completely.

    • Replies: @Trinity
    , @Trinity
  23. ““I’m normal,” and “I am not the problem” are racist constructs, driven by internalized racial superiority. The program encourages whites to accept their “guilt and shame,” adopt the idea that “white is not right”

    They’re just testing people’s mettle, seeing who is weak minded.

    If you really want their money, just humor them and nod. Then, when they’re gone, drop red pills and mock the hell out of their program.

  24. Dan Hayes says:

    I am glad to report that thanks to union machinations there are no Walmarts in benighted NYC!

  25. Wake up says:

    I wonder if Walmart would ever release statistics to show who does the vast amount of shoplifting in their stores?

    • LOL: Augustus
    • Replies: @L in Atl hell
  26. @Sick 'n Tired

    A friend works at a local Walmart with a largely immigrant workforce and observed that the West Indians struck her as retarded. We are admitting retards as immigrants and imagine islands full of retards. Understandable why these nations are in state they are in.

  27. Anon[352] • Disclaimer says: • Website

    Look no further than modern heretic for proof. Not sure how (((they))) found him but he’s been shut down. One of the few things online I enjoyed reading

  28. Paleoconn says:

    So perverse that the one man who was most instrumental in the demise of American small business, Sam Walton titles his autobiography Made In America. Patriots shouldn’t shop at Wal-Mart

  29. Trinity says:
    @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    teehee. I actually had a loaf of Wally World french bread the other night with spaghetti. Of course after you load on the garlic salt, some butter, and parsley flakes it doesn’t taste that bad. Walmart actually has a RELATIVELY decent German chocolate cake IMO, nothing to write home about but decent. I prefer to shop at Publix for food seeing as how I worked in their plants in Florida. Publix is growing pretty fast, the factories compensate their employees well, not sure about the grocery stores, I accumulated stock by working there and left happy. MOST ALL Publix stores which are mostly in Florida and the Southeast are very clean, have clean cut employees who are extremely courteous ( they don’t meet Chik-fil-A standards but who does) and the deli and bakery are superb for a grocery store.

    I ONLY SHOP AT WALLY WORLD when it is convenient and when I want to buy products like cereal or bread, I mean Kelloggs Frosted Mini Wheats are the same everywhere. I wouldn’t even think about buying meat or poultry at Wally World. Their produce looks like shit as well. I knew a girl who worked at Walmart for about 10 years and I think she barely made above 12 bucks an hour IF that. I would never buy clothes or appliances or tool from that place.

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
  30. Trinity says:
    @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    I actually prefer Cuban bread. A lot of people don’t like the hard and crunchy bread, it takes some getting used to and is an acquired taste. I had plenty of Cuban sammiches in Florida and grew to love the hard Cuban bread. I go to Publix to get the Cuban bread for a little extra MOST of the time, it is great pressed or toasted. However, a buck is not bad for Wally’s French bread as long as you doctor that cheap bread up. haha.

    Cubano bread with butter and arroz amarillo con pollo and frijoles negra with some flan for dessert. Washed down with some ice cold ice tea. Man, I am down with that.

    • Replies: @AWM
  31. anon[390] • Disclaimer says:

    they can tech anything. But low level retail employees are race realists You can’t teach away lived experience.

  32. Dradder says:

    Union organizers have known for over a century that blacks are impossible to organize. They’ll scab at the drop of a hat.

  33. @Alden

    Thank you. Well said.

    • Thanks: Alden
  34. AWM says:

    Man I wish our local Publix had Cuban bread!
    Back in the 80s I ran a southeast pharmacy where one of my customers regularly traveled to Cuba on some religious educational outreach program which she admitted was a crock of crap but she used to buy Cuban bread on the way to the airport and bring it to me the same day. I defrauded her insurance company on a regular basis to her benefit.

    • Replies: @Trinity
  35. @Trinity

    Publix is the best grocery store chain in the US. I’ve lived and traveled all over the US, and find them to be the cleanest, best quality, and have the nicest and most knowledgeable staff. I have been going to the same one by me in S. Florida, and have been dealing with the same cashiers and staff for 20 years. I have been to other locations and see kids who used to be baggers, are now assistant managers or heads of departments. They promote from within and have a good benefits program from what I’ve been told.

    Compared to other regional grocery chains around the country like Kroger, Wegmans, Safeway, Fred Meyer, Piggly Wiggly, Stop & Shop, Winn Dixie, or Albertsons, the only chain that comes close is Big Y in Connecticut, or Stew Leonards (also in the CT/Upper NY area). Publix blows them all out of the water.

    • Replies: @WSG
    , @Female in FL
  36. Trinity says:

    Publix and no Cuban bread? That is like cornflakes without the milk, my man. Damn, IF George Jenkins were alive today he would have a shit fit. Tell the manager, Publix is second only to Chik-fil-A when it comes to going that extra mile for the customer, at least they are in my neck of the woods.

  37. WSG says:
    @Sick 'n Tired

    Don’t forget the subs. Publix subs are the best. Nom Nom!!!

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
  38. Augustus says:
    @Sick 'n Tired

    People walking in off the street probably can’t steal enough to bankrupt a business, assuming some level of security. Any store with a lot of black employees can easily be bankrupted as the employees steal all the big ticket items and sell to friends and relatives.

    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
  39. What these White guilt training companies do is shake down the big corps under threat of being on public record as not wanting to require an anti-racism course. SO UZ A RACIST THEN!!!!

    Yes Walmart should have said no but I guarantee that the other big retailers and grocers will follow. This trend started in government and has moved to the private sector.

    Society is in a state of race denial and that is the real problem.

    Liberals constantly tell us that race doesn’t exist and yet it doesn’t seem to go away.

    For only 1 million dollars they will come to your business and get rid of any vestigial racist spirits.



  40. @Wake up

    Not a chance. Dat be rayciss!!

  41. @Sick 'n Tired

    Publix does not put up with shines. An uppity negro checked me out one time, never saw her again. They had a dummy negro working in the sandwich section. I wanted my hoagie cut in thirds, she had no idea what I was talking about. She was gone after a week.
    One is hard pressed to find many negroes in Publix. On the other hand, Walmart is Atlanta.

    • Replies: @Detroit Refugee
  42. @Augustus

    They’re walking in and stealing enough that Walgreens in San Fran and CVS in NYC are closing multiple stores. But you are also correct about stores with lots of black employees giving “deals” to frienfs and family members or just letting them walk right out the store with big ticket items.

  43. @Female in FL

    The Walmart in WOODHAVEN, MI. is very dark at night. I’ve given a gf a ride there after work when I was on B Shift yrs ago. They were streaming in and out, just having a field day.

  44. Bite Moi says:

    Augustus——–White men invented the modern world.While peanut butter,and the Super Soaker are worthy inventions,my heritage does feel,well superior,

    • Replies: @Alden
  45. @Trinity

    Right! Walmart’s profits are insane. Most retail stores have never come close. Traditional retail in the U.S. has always run on fairly small profits. Then came Wal-Mart and China. Now each of around four of Wal Mart’s family members are so rich it’s unheard of in the retail business.

    I once argued the benefits of having a Wal-Mart. Yes, the products are dirt cheap and so is the quality. Chinese pens for example, can be bought for as low as 20 for a buck. Twenty pens for a dollar and yet teachers in California always complain that they have to buy students supplies!! It’s all such a scam. The teachers’ unions in California have allowed kindergarten teachers to make as much as engineers.

    The teachers unions are never satisfied with the pay and pensions teachers, although they are so well compensated compared to private industry jobs that are similar its the biggest joke going.But back to Chinese products, Americans can buy am enormous amount of what will break down in a few months and end up as landfill material. Are whole economy and jobs have been outsourced so we can have an endless amount of what is basically junk. How nice.

    • Agree: Alden, Trevor, Lancelot_Link
    • Replies: @Sick 'n Tired
  46. Alden says:

    Watched a youtube about the 10 richest families in the world. The Waltons selling their cheap Chinese Crap are the wealthiest family in the world according to that youtube. The Al Saud family is the 5th richest family in the world. The Al Saud family is a great benefit to the entire world. It drills for, ships, and sells its Low Sulphur Sweet Saudi Crude to the entire world. The best crude oil on earth. Sweet Saudi Crude benefits everyone. And the Al Saud family has spent much of its billions building infrastructure including cheap air conditioning excellent free health system and professional education for its young men.

    And what has Walmart done for America? Nothing but sell Cheap Chinese Crap that has to be replaced constantly. Buy something for \$20 at Walmart and replace it every year. And pay wages so low that its workers can only survive if they have a couple kids so they can get section 8 and welfare and food stamp cards for the kids. In the American economic system the middle class taxpayers pay the wages of the Walmart and other workers via section 8, food stamp cards low cost utilities for the poor and free health care at the County Hospitals and Clinics.

    Think about that next time you give Walmart your money. There’s union supermarkets all over the country. Whose workers can support themselves on their wages.

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  47. Alden says:
    @Bite Moi

    A White man named something like Edsel?? invented and obtained the first peanut butter patent in Quebec province Canada in the 1800s.

    • Replies: @The Viller
  48. @Dr. Charles Fhandrich

    Think of how cheap those Chinese goods actually are when you have stores like Dollar Tree, who are able to pay their employees, and operate profitable 3000+sq ft stores all over the country, and nothing in them costs more than \$1.

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  49. Tom F. says:
    @Hannibal Smith

    In addition, there has been an on-point personnel move: Denise Gardner will be the first woman and first African American board chair at the Art Institute of Chicago. She will also be one of the few Black people ever to chair the board of a major U.S. art museum.

    Volunteers are out, they will have to pay Women of Vibrancy to perform the docent functions. I believe Steve Sailer described it as ‘jobs for the girls.’

  50. I have thought about it, now that you bring it up. I wonder, really wonder, what it actually costs Tim Cook to have and Ipad manufactured in China? What “does” a 1000.00 dollar, Ipad actually cost Apple? 20 bucks. 40 bucks. You will most probably never know. But you can guess. Plastic and silicone. More profitable than producing a cheap pizza. As the youth put it , whatever.

  51. Bite Moi says:

    Alden———–I bought an early 1950s Gillette Tech razor off EBAY . It was new and in the box.I did pay more than the listed 59 cents. I can buy platinum coated Astra blades for 11 cents a blade off Amazon.I get a better shave,and each 11 cent blade lasts just as long as a 3 buck cartridge.

  52. Bite Moi says:
    @Sick 'n Tired

    Sick ‘n Tired———-Dollar Tree was pre-Biden Harris. They’re gonna have to change their name.You might want to invest in a bag of silver dimes.

  53. @Alden

    They had peanutbutter when they were building the pyramids in Egypt

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