Whoa! Wa-a-a-ay too many assumptions here! Wal-Mart does NOT require proof of disability to use the motorized carts. I have used the motorized cart after a long day on my feet. I used the motorized cart the other day when I sprained my ankle. The woman was a jerk for using bad language, not because she used a motorized cart.
You used the cart after a long day on your feet? Are you freaking kidding me? Spraining your ankle is one thing, but because your feet are tired? Disgusting.
 May 13, 2015 at 8:00am
I agree. Nothing drives me more nuts than people that bring along their dog and then leave them in the car. I had to spend some time driving around with a lady who brought her dog everywhere and was stuck with the stupid thing sitting on my lap.
May 9, 2015 at 8:53pm
Oh, and you don’t use it with yourself, you allow other people to use it with your name. When introducing yourself, you just say, “I am Smith.” Let someone else refer to you as Smith-san.
May 9, 2015 at 8:46pm
Just add -san to the person’s last name. The Japanese have been doing it for hundreds of years. It’s a title of respect and is completely gender-neutral.
Oh, and you don't use it with yourself, you allow other people to use it with your name. When introducing yourself, you just say, "I am Smith." Let someone else refer to you as Smith-san.
 May 8, 2015 at 9:10am
Some people think that “Thou shalt not commit adultery nor anything like unto it” was just being mean on God’s part. Nope. He wants you to be happy and He wants to prevent problems like this. Had she (and they) obeyed that commandment this would be a non-issue.
I do not see in the article any statement that any of them were married. It seems that she was not married to either man.
 May 7, 2015 at 2:45pm
I had a roommate in college with a handicapped parking sticker. She had a condition where she had poor circulation and was breathless a lot. If you looked carefully, you could see that her lips and skin were a bit blue. Not every handicapped person is in a wheelchair. I have plantar fasciitis and after a long day at work, I have been known to do my shopping in motorized cart at Wal-Mart because my feet can’t hold me up anymore. And I have wished I could get a handicap sticker for my car.
 May 5, 2015 at 7:42pm
Honestly, people! How do you know there isn’t someone else in her household who can make use of the treadmill? Sheesh!
I agree! It's way worse making a big deal of it!! She was really classy and said the prizes are so nice.
May 4, 2015 at 9:47pm
Uh, it’s buenAs. Tardes is a feminine noun, so it’s Buenas tardes.
 April 28, 2015 at 1:37pm
It depends on the part of the state you are in. The only Spanish-speakers in my county are the three waiters at the Mexican restaurant and the four Spanish teachers at the four high schools in the county.
 April 25, 2015 at 8:40pm
Uh, bad things happen in Christian countries, too. I grew up in Napa, California and the church I attended was heavily damaged by that earthquake last year. Using disasters to disrespect non-Christians is very un-Christian.
No disrespect, just not surprised an earthquake happened in India. Whether it was God's judgement or not is not up to me to say. Like I said earlier, I don't wish death on anyone. Define non-Christian. Disrespect goes both ways or many ways.
April 24, 2015 at 3:05pm
Don’t believe everything george-harrison says. He’s got several things incorrect, but this is not the place to go into detail.
 April 15, 2015 at 7:57am
It annoys me, too. The Army has adopted an “all or nothing” type of dress code. The only choices are the Army’s version of T-shirt and blue jeans or let’s go to the prom. The business suit (Class A green uniform) and the casual business (Class B uniform) are long gone. The new dress blues are a little too dressy for travel and the camouflage uniform is too sloppy (for me). I am a veteran.
 April 10, 2015 at 8:21am
When you get full, you get full and it’s time to pump. If you don’t, it hurts. Why on earth do you think cows moo when it’s milking time??? A flight to Europe is a long time to go without pumping.
April 7, 2015 at 11:07pm
The sign on the left side of the road appears to be in Sanskrit, so this could have happened in Thailand.
 March 31, 2015 at 11:34pm
I’m a Republican and a teacher and I believe in God. There *are* a few of us out there. Oh, and I homeschooled my kids. After I raised them, then I got a teaching license. I needed a good skill to depend on because my husband isn’t in great health.
A Republican who believes in God makes sense but a democrat who believes in God doesn't because everything the progressive-democrats do seek to strip God out of society. And a few years ago during the Democrat convention they voted to keep God out. Homeschooling is the way to go, kudos.
@sutton I posted several documented teachings of the lds If I am wrong refute them, I challenge you
March 17, 2015 at 3:06pm
I would get back at him by not taking any pictures, cleaning up the mess myself, and never mentioning it. That would take the wind out of his sails.
 March 11, 2015 at 6:18pm
Unless you’ve had surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome and some of your fingers don’t quite bend properly anymore. I want to learn sign language, but my fingers don’t work right.
You'd better learn to talk with your mouth, in that case.
 March 5, 2015 at 7:25pm
I see so many comments that lump all Muslims with terrorists. This lady is trying to think of all people as individuals. I was at a major airport a few years ago and happened to spot a man go off in a quiet secluded corner of the waiting area behind a huge pillar, spread out his prayer rug, and pray. I admit it was hard to tell myself “Not all Muslims are terrorists. Not all Muslims are terrorists.” But I did not report him to anyone and no planes blew up that day. After all, the only thing he did was look for some privacy and pray.
 March 5, 2015 at 7:12pm
I know of a Christian family who raised their children in Israel and all of their children, including the girls, took their turn serving for two years in the Israeli Defense Force. It’s nothing new.
 February 19, 2015 at 10:01pm
Unlike the young elders and sisters whose mission costs are leveled, missionary couples have to pay the actual rate of what it costs to live in their mission. Hawaii is an expensive place to live so they usually call people to go there who can actually afford it. George and Olive Osmond (parents of the famous Osmonds) served a mission in Hawaii.