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Walmart- Update Two (sh*t's about to go down!)
King Doom
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04-14-2015 07:09 AM

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Post: #1
WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
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http://www.ktre.com/story/28791533/livin...ng-off-422

Quote:LIVINGSTON, TX (KTRE) -

Walmart is closing the Livingston store for six months starting Monday night for renovations and displacing around 400 workers in the process, according to a company official.

Company spokeswoman Anne Hatfield said full-time and part-time employees are being told they could be transferred if they wish. T

hose who are not transferred may be qualified for a 60-day severance package.

Walmart is closing to renovate the store and fix plumbing issues that could not be resolved without closing the store.


http://tbo.com/news/business/plumbing-wo...-20150413/


Quote:TAMPA— Plumbing problems at a Wal-Mart Supercenter in Brandon will force the store to immediately close, and remain closed for at least six months, according to company officials. A similar problem will close at least four other Walmart sites around the country.

The store in Tampa that’s closing is at 1208 E. Brandon Blvd., and will close today, April 13.

Company officials would not describe the issue with the plumbing,

http://www.fox23.com/news/news/local/wal...sto/nksbS/

Quote:TULSA, Okla. —

Walmart has confirmed that the Supercenter store on Admiral and Memorial will shut down Monday evening.

According to Erica Jones, Communications Manager for Walmart, the store will close so work can be done on their plumbing system. Jones says the closure is temporary and they expect to have the work done by the holiday shopping season.

“As part of an effort to ensure all of our stores are fully serving the needs of our customers we regularly assess the conditions of our stores. Due to ongoing plumbing issues that will require extensive repairs we are temporarily closing the Tulsa store at Admiral and Memorial.

http://www.sgvtribune.com/business/20150...upercenter
Quote:Walmart spokeswoman Delia Garcia said the 223,000-square-foot store is one of five Walmart locations that will be temporarily closed for similar plumbing problems. The others are in Florida, Texas and Oklahoma.

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Post: #2
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
that's crazy. I could have a fluoride injector system set up in just a day. I'm sure any handy man could do it
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04-14-2015 07:29 AM

 



Post: #3
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
DOOM  Wrote: (04-14-2015 07:09 AM)
http://www.ktre.com/story/28791533/livin...ng-off-422

Quote:LIVINGSTON, TX (KTRE) -

Walmart is closing the Livingston store for six months starting Monday night for renovations and displacing around 400 workers in the process, according to a company official.

Company spokeswoman Anne Hatfield said full-time and part-time employees are being told they could be transferred if they wish. T

hose who are not transferred may be qualified for a 60-day severance package.

Walmart is closing to renovate the store and fix plumbing issues that could not be resolved without closing the store.


http://tbo.com/news/business/plumbing-wo...-20150413/


Quote:TAMPA— Plumbing problems at a Wal-Mart Supercenter in Brandon will force the store to immediately close, and remain closed for at least six months, according to company officials. A similar problem will close at least four other Walmart sites around the country.

The store in Tampa that’s closing is at 1208 E. Brandon Blvd., and will close today, April 13.

Company officials would not describe the issue with the plumbing,

http://www.fox23.com/news/news/local/wal...sto/nksbS/

Quote:TULSA, Okla. —

Walmart has confirmed that the Supercenter store on Admiral and Memorial will shut down Monday evening.

According to Erica Jones, Communications Manager for Walmart, the store will close so work can be done on their plumbing system. Jones says the closure is temporary and they expect to have the work done by the holiday shopping season.

“As part of an effort to ensure all of our stores are fully serving the needs of our customers we regularly assess the conditions of our stores. Due to ongoing plumbing issues that will require extensive repairs we are temporarily closing the Tulsa store at Admiral and Memorial.

http://www.sgvtribune.com/business/20150...upercenter
Quote:Walmart spokeswoman Delia Garcia said the 223,000-square-foot store is one of five Walmart locations that will be temporarily closed for similar plumbing problems. The others are in Florida, Texas and Oklahoma.

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King Doom
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04-14-2015 07:34 AM

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Post: #4
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
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04-14-2015 07:36 AM

 



Post: #5
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
Either they are using this an excuse to cut down in costs OR they want to keep the stores closed until after the major event in September.....lol
AC488
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04-14-2015 07:43 AM

 



Post: #6
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
Or they are being remodeled for holding facilities.

Mass human exodus prompts large empty retail stores to be used as FEMA camps in U.S.
July 21, 2014
As you may know, I recently reported that the Department of Defense along with the Federal Emergency Management Agency has plans to house illegal migrants in unused airport hangars and is currently housing them in camps on various military installations across the country.

Now, shockingly, under DoD authorization, FEMA is also planning to use abandon or unused department stores, shopping malls and warehouses as camps to accommodate the mass human influx from South America.

Lauren Markham, reporting for NewRepublic.com wrote:

In recent weeks, FEMA representatives have sent mass emails to advocacy networks throughout the country soliciting potential detention facilities and offering guidelines for acceptable spaces. The guidelines include being “Within 50 miles of major city (Pop ~200K)/airport; available for lease; able to be fenced or have adequate security.” Showers and toilets are preferable, according to the guidelines, but not necessary—so long as there is outdoor space for “staging areas for shower/restroom/laundry/kitchen trailers, etc.” Also preferred but not necessary, according to the email, is a kitchen, a cafeteria, recreational space, and classroom space. Suggestions for potentially workable locations? “Office space, warehouse, big box store, shopping mall with interior concourse, event venues, hotel or dorms, aircraft hangers”—provided that they are vacant and able to be leased.

https://www.intellihub.com/sh*t-hit-fan-...camps-now/



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04-14-2015 07:44 AM

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Post: #7
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
Probably have old sewer pipes that have failed under the store requiring excavation. Can't exactly dig up the center of a supercenter and stay open
King Doom
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04-14-2015 08:24 AM

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Post: #8
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
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Post: #9
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
next scene for major FF catastrophe
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04-14-2015 08:27 AM

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Post: #10
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
The WalMart workers will just continue to receive the food stamps they received while employed. As far as health benefits, well WalMart doesn't provide that, so they won't miss out on that.
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04-14-2015 08:27 AM

 



Post: #11
Wallmarts, Shopping Centers being prepared as FEMA camps?




What are they preparing for anyways?

Massive unrest?

Some major even to cause massive riots?

False flag attack?

Natural catastrophe?

Something else?
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04-14-2015 08:28 AM

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Post: #12
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
Sheeple People Eater  Wrote: (04-14-2015 07:44 AM)
Probably have old sewer pipes that have failed under the store requiring excavation. Can't exactly dig up the center of a supercenter and stay open

They could level the store and rebuild it in under six months.

"There are three classes of people: those who see, those who see when they are shown, those who do not see." - Leonardo da Vinci
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Post: #13
RE: Wallmarts, Shopping Centers being prepared as FEMA camps?


Matouwac Torch
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04-14-2015 08:32 AM

 



Post: #14
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
From post at TOP:

Stores confirmed closed as of now, per Twitter:

Memorial Drive in Tulsa
Livingston, Tx.
Brandon, Fl.
Midland, Tx.
Pico Rivera, CA


All closures due to 'plumbing problems', all stated as 6 months, all employees laid off at 7pm local time, respectively, most with 2 months severance. (Per links provided on TOP to MSM sources).

This coincides with Simon company's (the largest shopping mall real estate holder in America) contract with the DoD/FEMA....

And of course Plumbing Issues could very well mean sh*t hitting FANS in a more veiled manner of speaking.

As nearly ALL plumbers are unionized nationwide, SOMEONE somewhere, likely with a friend or relative that one here may know would be giddy about a rush contract for Walmart with per diem and travel. Since no one seems to know of any such contracts, bids, or requests for bids, then it seems HIGHLY UNLIKELY that there is indeed a systemic 'plumbing problem'.

They are about to loose many millions of dollars daily on sales and stock value, so the objective behind it is either paid for already via gov't contracts (a la the Simon Company's DoD/FEMA deal - they are the largest congolmerate shopping mall holders in the USA), or is no longer tied to money as something MONUMENTAL is about to crack off.

A sudden Monday evening nationwide (though not all facilities-yet) store closure by the biggest retailer in the world is HIGHLY HIGHLY HIGHLY unusual and should be treated as more than it is being lead on to be believed IMHO.

This feels like a significant indicator of MAJOR change this week.

This also came out TODAY:

IBM working with Apple, Johnson and Johnson, Medtronic (and Watson) to transform health care

Watson is IBMs ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
http://www.forbes.com/sites/matthewherpe...alth-care/

http://www.thoughtsoncloud.com/2015/04/i...alth-care/

add that to this:

Breakthrough Paves Way for Affordable Quantum Computers

http://www.cemag.us/news/2015/04/breakth...-computers



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04-14-2015 08:32 AM

 



Post: #15
RE: WTF! Several walmarts closing for 6 months due to "plumbing problems"!
Looky  Wrote: (04-14-2015 08:28 AM)
Sheeple People Eater  Wrote: (04-14-2015 07:44 AM)
Probably have old sewer pipes that have failed under the store requiring excavation. Can't exactly dig up the center of a supercenter and stay open

They could level the store and rebuild it in under six months.

I have family in commercial construction, what you say is BS.
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