To the Editor,

Almost 20 years at Walmart. 2 big complaints: Things moved around harder to find. I explain: On your way to find what you want to find something you can’t live without and you buy more and possibly save a trip. Gas is going up. Not enough cashiers and live people to complain to: stand in line for any help. Working on that problem but robot production is running behind. These robots will be like politicians who solve your problems: make you feel good: a lot of sweetness but no sugar. Until they can come and fill the gap, we have to work less than 30 hours. When robots become a majority, we will have more time off to party, vacation and hanky panky. Until then, we will have to work these hard hours and do the best we can.

For the latest robot info contact:

Perry Stone

PO Box 3595

Cleveland, TN 37320

Arthur Blaylock, Waxahachie