You've got to love Wal-Mart. Those guys won't rest until they're sitting in a castle filled with expensive air and water while all the rest of us burn in a hell they created
When Jerry Seinfeld complained about the miseries of visiting a bank in a classic piece of stand-up, he wondered where the term "laughing all the way to the bank" came from exactly. Unable to imagine a person who could enjoy such a tedious errand, he asked, who could this satisfied customer possibly be? Seinfeld obviously hadn't taken the time to consider rich corporations and their many, many schemes.