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Horrified and Embarrassed Walmart Customer Demands that Store Apologize to Her - News

This is a discussion on Horrified and Embarrassed Walmart Customer Demands that Store Apologize to Her - News within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by limatunes Her little quote of: .. is a bunch of horse doo-doo. I'd love to see flashers and streakers make that kind ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limatunes View Post
    Her little quote of: .. is a bunch of horse doo-doo.

    I'd love to see flashers and streakers make that kind of argument. .. You don't like it? Don't look?!?!

    If she was embarrassed she should have considered what she was wearing. In fact, her embarrassment should have started when she looked in the mirror.

    I get embarrassed when I go into a dark movie theater with cotton exercise pants on that people MIGHT consider to be pajama bottoms. I was raised with a sense of decency and respect for my body and what I allow other people see... not to mention a respect for my husband. I don't care if I'm "hot" or not.

    I don't care if it's legal, it's indecent. Why does everything always have to come down to legalities?! Whatever happened to people saying, "Legal or not, it's just not decent so I'm not going to do it."

    That being said I think stores and managers should have ever right to tell indecent people to cover up or leave.
    I can't speak for anyone else but I took the legality road because I was being lazy and its the easier argument. As soon as I take the ledge and go out to say that its just indecent then I'm going to get some wise guy that wants to challenge my definition. Decency is one of those concepts that is hard to argue objectively. Its kinda like the way the courts defined porn; you know it when you see it.

    It is true that communities define their own decency laws. That is because of what is considered to be indecent with where I'm at could be completely Kosher in NY, for example.


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    If she came through my store looking like that, she would quickly be voted "best dressed".

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockBottom View Post
    If she came through my store looking like that, she would quickly be voted "best dressed".
    Oh wow.

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    What ever happened to “We reserve the right to refuse service”?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DefConGun View Post
    I can't speak for anyone else but I took the legality road because I was being lazy and its the easier argument. As soon as I take the ledge and go out to say that its just indecent then I'm going to get some wise guy that wants to challenge my definition. Decency is one of those concepts that is hard to argue objectively. Its kinda like the way the courts defined porn; you know it when you see it.

    It is true that communities define their own decency laws. That is because of what is considered to be indecent with where I'm at could be completely Kosher in NY, for example.
    I understand that but why push the edge? 100 years ago it was considered indecent for a woman to show her ankles, collarbones or shoulders. Now, I'm not saying we should all walk around in 1800's attire but what's wrong with people erring on the side of caution and decency rather than pushing the boundaries?

    I know it's hot. It's been just as hot here, too. Today I wore I tank top and shorts. When I left the house I put on longer shorts and made sure my shirt was long enough to cover all of my protruding baby-belly.

    When I go swimming I cover myself with a towel until I get in the water. I wear a one-piece suit. When I get out I cover myself back up and I fully dress before I leave the swimming pool locker rooms. Some may consider me prudish or think I'm ashamed of my body. That's not so. I love my body (even more so when I'm not with child) but I respect it, its privacy and how little people (other than my husband) need to see.

    My child is always in a shirt and shorts or pants. I do not let him go running around in his diaper outside of the house.

    I just don't understand why it always has to be pushed to whether or not something is legal. It may be perfectly legal but that doesn't make it right or decent.

    I'm not trying to pick on anyone here. I understand ideas of decency vary but I would rather be more decent and be considered a lady than wind up with my picture on a website displaying what a obscene level I've stooped to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limatunes View Post
    I understand that but why push the edge? 100 years ago it was considered indecent for a woman to show her ankles, collarbones or shoulders. Now, I'm not saying we should all walk around in 1800's attire but what's wrong with people erring on the side of caution and decency rather than pushing the boundaries?

    I know it's hot. It's been just as hot here, too. Today I wore I tank top and shorts. When I left the house I put on longer shorts and made sure my shirt was long enough to cover all of my protruding baby-belly.

    When I go swimming I cover myself with a towel until I get in the water. I wear a one-piece suit. When I get out I cover myself back up and I fully dress before I leave the swimming pool locker rooms. Some may consider me prudish or think I'm ashamed of my body. That's not so. I love my body (even more so when I'm not with child) but I respect it, its privacy and how little people (other than my husband) need to see.

    My child is always in a shirt and shorts or pants. I do not let him go running around in his diaper outside of the house.

    I just don't understand why it always has to be pushed to whether or not something is legal. It may be perfectly legal but that doesn't make it right or decent.

    I'm not trying to pick on anyone here. I understand ideas of decency vary but I would rather be more decent and be considered a lady than wind up with my picture on a website displaying what a obscene level I've stooped to.
    Oh, I didn't get the impression you were picking on me.

    I understand where you're coming from and I even agree with you. It sounds like that this is all intuitive to you and I would assume that its due to your upbringing. How do we, on the other hand, explain what is intuitive to us to someone that hasn't had a similar upbringing about decency? As much as I agree with you, I believe that someone else can come along and say; "That may be all and well with you but I have a different standard and who's to say that your standard trumps mine?"

    In order for us to make a definitive statement about a standard, we must have reference points and this is where we run into trouble. You made a reference about standards based on the morals from 100 years ago and then compared that to the morals from the 1800s. Who's to say which one is correct? By what authority can we make a comparison?

    If we're honest with ourselves, this type of dilema always leads to a discussion about God...and this is something that we must avoid in secular forums...too much heated debate that leads to nasty behavior between the sheep and the goats. This is ultimately why I approach such topics from a legalities perspective. If we use legalities then at least we're starting from a standard that all people agree upon. If we use a theological perspective then we aren't going to get off of the ground floor because of the different interpretations as to who and what God is; we can't come to agreement about the standard.

    Also please consider that most if not all people believe they are good people. I'm sure Hitler thought of himself as a hero because after all, he was cleansing the German race. People are always going to use themselves as the reference point and given that there is so much differentiation between everyone; this is doomed to failure as well. Again, we find ourselves going back to the ultimate standard; God.

    I'm not trying to start a big bashing session so please feel free to delete this post if you feel it is inappropriate; I will understand.

    Grace & Peace,

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    Dear God...
    She's not the only one who's "horrified."
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    I'm sure a lawsuit will be filled on Monday. It's all about the $$, I doubt this lady cares about an apology.
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    Easy fix:

    Wal-mart to customer : "I'm sorry, you will have to leave the store unless you are suitably attired"

    Appology given and standards upheld.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rigel42 View Post
    I'm sure a lawsuit will be filled on Monday. It's all about the $$, I doubt this lady cares about an apology.
    She is very poor. She just lives off disability, in a local mobile home park with her sister.

    It appears that she never married.

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    Just to be the pig most guys are:

    If she was smokin hot she could parade around my Walmart in only an eyepatch thong and have a poop bag on her ankle & if ANYONE gave her grief I would slap the hell out of them... There really is a double-standard. It exists. Honesty may get people to loathe me, but it is the truth.
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    You don't need to carry a gun when you look like that! Nobody's gonna mess with ya!
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    and for those still waiting for the zombies....i give you Sandy McMillin

    though a finishing shot would be to her catheter....errr, i mean the bag that is.
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    being already scalped, i think she be right near ready for the grill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rammerjammer View Post
    You don't need to carry a gun when you look like that! Nobody's gonna mess with ya!
    Does that pee bag count as open carry? Quicker access to toss and run you know...

    Seriously... PRIVATE PROPERTY. I don't see why Walmart can't very well say so sorry, but you'll have to leave until you are appropriately attired and feel perfectly fine with themselves, nor have to worry about an impending lawsuit over it. Any lawyers that takes this case should be ashamed of themselves. As soon as that nut gets her chance in court the judge should throw it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LanceORYGUN View Post
    It appears that she never married. .
    Ya think!!
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