Our New Iberia, Louisiana, store fields a cheer-leading squad called the Shrinkettes. Their cheers dealmostly with, what else cutting shrinkage: "WHAT DO YOU DO ABOUT SHRINKAGE CRUSH IT! "CALIFORNIA ORANGES, TEXAS CACTUS, WE THINK KMART COULD USE SOMEPRACTICE!"Our Fitzgerald, Georgia, store won first place in the Irwin County Sweet Potato Parade with a floatfeaturing seven associates dressed as fruits and vegetables grown in south Georgia. As they passed thejudging stand, the homegrown fruits and vegetables did a homegrown Wal-Mart cheer. Oh, we all know that you have exalted her into a heroine鈥攁 St. John's Wood St. Helena. But she is a little too unconventional for my taste; though I certainly would rather be intimate with her than with her sister-in-law. 黃色三級片-成 人 国产系列-国产av在线播放-她感觉自己被他完全撑开了-美女自拍高潮流白浆 What do you do? For some time after their arrival on the Rock, the officers of the Duke鈥檚 Own called it a detestable hole. They were sore at their expatriation and the manner of it; they regretted the joys they had left behind, and could see no good thing in the much vaunted station where they were now relegated for their sins. There was nothing to be done in the place; the climate was intolerable, and there was nothing to eat. They had arrived towards the end of the summer, and the season, never cool, had been unusually sultry. They came in too for the tail end of a long visitation of the 鈥楲evanter,鈥?the much dreaded east wind, which caps the Rock with a perpetual cloud and makes life miserable to all; and the welcome change, when it came at length, was heralded by a tremendous thunderstorm and drenching rains. The Duke鈥檚 Own were still under canvas at the North Front, waiting till the outgoing regiment vacated its quarters at Windmill Hill, and their encampment was nearly swept away by the storm. Officers lost baggage, the men their kits, and the whole regiment united in deep denunciations of the inhospitable Rock. I should like to have you with us, Oliver, said Miss Pauline. "You would be company for Frank, and could help keep him straight." I drew up a plan, bought a sign, bought new fixtures from a company up in Nebraska, and bought themerchandisedresses, pants, shirts, jackets, whatever I thought I could sell. The fixtures arrived onWednesday by train, and Charlie Baum, who was supposed to be supervising my merchandising forButler Brothers, offered to help me put everything together. He was the most efficient store layer-outerI've ever known. We went over to the railroad tracks and unloaded the fixtures, put them together, laidout the store, put the merchandise togetherand opened six days later on Monday. We called it the EagleStore.