April 17 Mo ntana University Proffessor Sues Walmart":Toilet Bowl Cleamer

@Hatley (164450)
Garden Grove, California
April 17, 2017 2:34pm CST
Well thats news I guess as an angry Montana University Professor 's profession is listed as being Toilet Bowl Cleaner by an employee of Walmart. The professor is suiing Walmart and I for one do not blame him. I wonder what ever possessed the employee to do such an insulting thing.He must have known that' could get him or her in trouble Your take mylotters. I do not think this was funny either. One original post and graphic by P Hatley copyrighted 2017
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@Corbin5 (122677)
• United States
17 Apr 17
A really dumb thing for that Walmart employee, probably now a fired employee, to do.
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@DaddyEvil (26238)
• Aurora, Missouri
17 Apr 17
Nope, Deborah. That associate is still employed at Walmart. The associate actually wrote "clean toilet" on the application for the fishing license. The Montana licensing bureau wrote "toilet cleaner" on the actual license TWO years ago.
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@Corbin5 (122677)
• United States
17 Apr 17
@DaddyEvil Well, nice to know the Walmart employee still has a job. I doubt that the Montana licensing bureau will suffer due to writing "toilet cleaner."
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@DaddyEvil (26238)
• Aurora, Missouri
17 Apr 17
@Corbin5 Yeah, I still think something fishy is going on with this and not because it was a fishing license... Writing "clean toilet" sounds like something a person who has a different language than English as their primary language. I'm wondering if the person misunderstood something?
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• Pamplona, Spain
17 Apr 17
Well now that is not a very nice person that has called him that. He has every right to be angry he really has.
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@DaddyEvil (26238)
• Aurora, Missouri
17 Apr 17
I agree, Angels, that professor has every right to be angry that the Montana Licensing Bureau wrote "toilet cleaner" on his fishing license two years ago. But, does he have the right to sue Walmart for something a Walmart associate didn't write? The associate wrote "clean toilet" on the application two years ago. That sounds to me like it was possibly an associate who spoke English as a second language... I am wondering if that is a correct assumption or if that associate was one of the people hired by Walmart with a mental deficiency who didn't understand what the professor told her?
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@Hatley (164450)
• Garden Grove, California
17 Apr 17
@DaddyEvil I diud noit think of theemployee not speaking Englisg maybe he translated wrong or like you suggersted his brain synapses are all misfiring lol lol
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@DaddyEvil (26238)
• Aurora, Missouri
18 Apr 17
@Hatley I am wondering those same questions, Hatley. I tried to find out a little more about this by going through Walmart itself. I was told Walmart is discouraging all associates from talking about this incident. (I am not sure if writing here on myLot about this is going against my supervisor's suggestions to me this morning. If it is, I suppose I will find out when I go back to work in two days.)
@alberello75 (19930)
• Genova, Italy
17 Apr 17
No, me neither I think it was fun!
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@Hatley (164450)
• Garden Grove, California
17 Apr 17
i just dont see the humor in that at all as that professor worked hard to get his degrees noto be insulted grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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@alberello75 (19930)
• Genova, Italy
18 Apr 17
@Hatley In fact, no one likes to be insulted, not even to me that I am an idiot whichever ...
@DaddyEvil (26238)
• Aurora, Missouri
17 Apr 17
I really don't want to stick my nose into this, but I feel someone should point some things out that are glaringly obvious. Were you aware that the professor claims that the Walmart associate, by listing his occupation as "cleans toilets", Wal-Mart exposed Kalonde to "hatred, contempt, ridicule" through the incident. And yet, it took that college professor two years to notice what was written on his fishing license? Let's be realistic here, please. If it took the professor two years to find his occupation listed as "cleans toilets" on his fishing license, how much "hatred, contempt, ridicule" was actually directed at the professor and by whom? Who did the professor show that two year old fishing license to and why? Please don't misunderstand me, I believe the Walmart associate could have used better judgement when filling out the fishing license, but if his slip of judgement took two years to be noticed, why is Walmart being sued over that and not the associate who committed this terrible crime? I can tell you why the associate is not being sued but Walmart IS... It boils down to $$$$$$$$! That associate works at Walmart, so probably has very little money, him or herself. But everyone knows Walmart has LOTS of money! Sue Walmart! That is the new way people in America have found to make a living! Did you know by its own count, Wal-Mart was sued 4,851 times in 2000 — or nearly once every two hours, every day of the year? As of two hours ago, the female Walmart associate who wrote clean toilet on the fishing license was still employed at that Walmart. Interestingly enough, Walmart has not received anything from the court to verify a law suit has been filed in this case.
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@Hatley (164450)
• Garden Grove, California
18 Apr 17
after two years I find this whole thin to be very odd I will bet the associate did not know English and so comp;etely mixed up t is not something most women would [deliberately write down about a professor
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@DaddyEvil (26238)
• Aurora, Missouri
18 Apr 17
@Hatley I believe you may be correct, Hatley. I think that associate was someone who didn't learn English as her first language. Edit to add:
Skip links Main navigation Recent Posts April 17, 2017| by Brian Anderson You may be asking yourself: what the hell does a fishing license have to do with civil liberties? Thankfully the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is here to answer that. Well, n
• Rochester, New York
17 Apr 17
He shouldn't be suing Walmart, just the employee who did that.
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@DaddyEvil (26238)
• Aurora, Missouri
17 Apr 17
I agree, Lisa. The problem is the associate probably doesn't have any money, but Walmart does! LOL!
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