From Jim Gilliam's blog archives
July 14, 2006 11:32 AM
Wal-Mart setup a front group, which started a project to expose the front groups set up by the unions to critize Wal-Mart.
So who are the bad guys here?
Whichever site has the most people smiling on their homepage. Clearly, they are hiding something.
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I subscribe to the Wal-Mart Watch email list, but for some reason, my Yahoo email account always recognizes the emails as spam. I have designated the emails as "Not Spam" at least five times over the past six months, and it just doesn't take. I was wondering if anyone else was having this problem. I subscribe to plenty of other mailing lists, and none of them are counted as spam. Is this part of Wal-Mart's public relations campaign? I know that many email providers want companies to be able to pay to have their spam emails get through the spam filter, but can it work the other way around? Can Wal-Mart pay to have certain emails counted as spam?
Fri Jul 21 2006 11:07 AM