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时间: 2019年12月16日 01:55

� � Jack is absolutely right about me and systems, though. I rarely get excited about them. A few years ago,we built this huge building right next to our main officesaround 135,000 square feetjust to house thecomputers, and everyone at the time told me how much room we'd have to grow. I mean it was reallyempty in there just two or three years ago. Well, already it's completely full of computer equipment. Andwhen I look back, it's no wonder. We've spent almost $700 million building up the current computer andsatellite systems we have. I'm told it's the largest civilian data base of its kind in the worldeven biggerthan AT&T's. All that has wound down for me now. I'm really sick these days, and I guess when you get older, andillness catches up with you, you naturally turn just a little bit philosophicalespecially late at night whenyou can't sleep and your mind is turning everything over and over trying to take stock of where you'vebeen and what you've done. The truth is that if I hadn't gotten sick, I doubt I would have written thisbook, or taken the time to try to sort my life out. As you now know, temperamentally, I'm much toobiased toward action to undertake such a sedentary project. But since I have, I'm going to go all the wayand try to share with you how I feel about some things that seem important to me. But now it's time for me to forget about all that's past and think about what I really want the legacy ofWal-Mart to be in the future. I'd like to believe that as Wal-Mart continues to thrive and grow, it cancome to live up to what someone once called us: the Lighthouse of the Ozarks. Only I hope we canspread the concept further than our home region here in the foothills because we're really a nationalcompany now. For Wal-Mart to maintain its position in the hearts of our customers, we have to studymore ways we can give something back to our communities. I'm tremendously proud of the things we'vedone that I've already mentioned. And we're already studying ways we can go further to stay involved, tobe more socially conscious all around. As I've said, our country desperately needs a revolution ineducation, and I hope Wal-Mart can contribute at some level, if for no other reason than selfish ones. � 人人超人人超碰超国产|久久人人97超碰人人澡|曰曰摸天天摸人人看|日日擼夜夜擼 鈥淢aggie, dearest,鈥?he said at last, 鈥渋f this vessel should be going to Mudport, or to any convenient place on the coast northward, it would be our best plan to get them to take us on board. You are fatigued, and it may soon rain; it may be a wretched business, getting to Torby in this boat. It鈥檚 only a trading vessel, but I dare say you can be made tolerably comfortable. We鈥檒l take the cushions out of the boat. It is really our best plan. They鈥檒l be glad enough to take us. I鈥檝e got plenty of money about me. I can pay them well.鈥? � � We started out swimming upstream, and it's made us strong and lean and alert, and we've enjoyed thetrip. We sure don't see any reason now to turn around and join the rest of the pack headed downcurrent. One of our most loyal followers has been Maggie Gilliam, an analyst for First Boston who has believedin us for years, and she's made her clients an awful lot of money by sticking to those beliefs. Here's anexcerpt from a report, one of my favorites, that she wrote: