Before you get your Target-bought panties in a wad, IT'S ONLY A MOVIE. And it's a good thing (and far from a Martha Stewart-endorsed good thing.)
In less than two weeks, in cities across the country the film Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price will be shown. Labor groups and churches and organizations are screening the documentary—for free. This includes a smattering of showings in NE Ohio: in Akron, East Cleveland, West Cleveland and Kent for example.
You can guess the content of this film, and you may be part of the choir to which it preaches. But does the choir always listen? No, sometimes the choir WEARS A DISGUISE INTO WAL-MART TO GET THEIR FILM DEVELOPED—but only at the urging of the DEVIL. Plus, the choir has friends and family who regularly and/or guiltlessly patronize Wal-Mart, and they need to be bound, gagged and brought to a showing of this movie. (Don't say I didn't warn you, Mom.)