San Diego

Pennellville, NY

#86 Jul 9, 2012
Yes ...your version of common sense. It is very similar to Adolf Hitler's or Charles Manson's.

This thread has been around for years. Just leave people alone and stop cyber bullying. Grow up.

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#87 Jul 9, 2012
San Diego wrote:
Yes ...your version of common sense. It is very similar to Adolf Hitler's or Charles Manson's.
This thread has been around for years. Just leave people alone and stop cyber bullying. Grow up.
You realize San Diego isn't Malone right genius? Did you see it on a map and decide it would be a cool name? If so you were mistaken. Your lack of common sense shows in your stupid name.
San Diego

Pennellville, NY

#88 Jul 9, 2012
Actually I'm originally from San Diego and married a man from here in Malone. I have grown to love the area but the one thing I have discovered is that no matter where that you go...there are people that need to demean others in order to feel good about themselves.
colet

Guelph, Canada

#91 Aug 11, 2012
especially in winter in malls I feel like I am walking sideways.Have to walk slow and concentrate walking close to walls in hallways
Passed out in Walmart

Bradenton, FL

#92 Aug 21, 2012
I did pass out COLD in Walmart. I was walking in the grocery isle pushing my buggy and I was thinking to myself, I feel strange and I have felt this feeling in Walmart in the same area before. The first time I had the feeling and I moved out of the area, the feel passed and I was OK. This time the same feeling started, I lingered longer not connecting that it may be Walmart. Next thing I remember was leaning my arm on the grocery buggy thinking to myself - What is this? I'm not feeling well. I woke up in the Hospital startled, asking: Where am I? The nurses and EMTs told me I was in the Hospital because I passed out in Walmart. In the tests that were done there was not a good explanation as to why I passed out. Low blood sugar. I know the feeling of low blood sugar and I WAS NOT feeling this. I do believe it was the Fluorescent Lighting. I do believe it was a Photosynthesis Epileptic Seizure. I had a terrible black eye and a very bruised face from the fall. Walmart did not make an effort to find out Who, What or Why? I went back to see If I would feel the same sensation again. Half the lights were off. I talked to a co-manger who asked me to fill out a form. I did wondering if Walmart will try to contact me. They have not. Beware of strong Fluorescent lighting where ever you shop.
Kelley

Moorestown, NJ

#93 Sep 7, 2012
It is the lighting probably more pronounced it middle aged women due to lower estrogen which affects equilibrium. My mom, grandmother and myself all experience this. Ignore the idiots the probably can't even spell fluorescent to look up any literature on it.
classify

Saranac Lake, NY

#94 Sep 7, 2012
do whats right wrote:
it;s probably all the odors from from the stuff made in china, did you ever bring some clothing or bedding home from there and smell the odor they have ,?
i;m being serious ,i have to wash things at leat 2 times before i;d wear anything,
its probably the nasty women that work up front there. they stink and their teeth make you wanna get sick. thats more than enough for me to handle . get my beer and get the fck out before they start their flirting. disgusting.
careemie

Brandon, MS

#95 Sep 10, 2012
I always get that dizziness when I go in Walmart. I can't seem to adjust and I have to leave. It seem dimmer in there to me and the light is not bright but shaded or something. We don't shop there at all.
shopper

Saginaw, MI

#96 Nov 10, 2012
I'm telling you I thought I was the only one experiencing this. While shopping with my husband just now I had to hurriedly get to the front of the store to sit down because I can't take this store (Walmart) anymore. We've only been here about 20 minutres.
yowza

Troy, NY

#97 Nov 10, 2012
Wally world is better than disgusting PRice Chopper...it smells like rotten food most of the time....stick to WM or try Yandos...they're less gross at least
Maggie

New York, NY

#98 Nov 10, 2012
It can happen any place you shop or anywhere. Try to calm your breathing and take slow deep breath, bringing your stomach out when you inhale out on the exhale. That should help calm your nerves. With the shorter days many people find this a problem with the lack of sunlight.Look up seasonal affective disorder.
Jason

Greenfield, IN

#99 Mar 4, 2013
Good, I'm not going crazy! I feel the same way everytime I go into ANY Walmart. I get very dizzy, and feel tired. I can go into the store wide awake, and by the time I am done, even if it was only 10 minutes, I feel exhausted. I am in pretty good shape so it isn't from just walking around! This is quite weird!!!
gale

Lincoln, NE

#100 May 17, 2013
This happens to me too. I thought it might be the lighting, but they also have sky lights. I thought they might put something in the airflow that makes you want to buy more.
you are

New York, NY

#101 May 20, 2013
Passed out in Walmart wrote:
I did pass out COLD in Walmart. I was walking in the grocery isle pushing my buggy and I was thinking to myself, I feel strange and I have felt this feeling in Walmart in the same area before. The first time I had the feeling and I moved out of the area, the feel passed and I was OK. This time the same feeling started, I lingered longer not connecting that it may be Walmart. Next thing I remember was leaning my arm on the grocery buggy thinking to myself - What is this? I'm not feeling well. I woke up in the Hospital startled, asking: Where am I? The nurses and EMTs told me I was in the Hospital because I passed out in Walmart. In the tests that were done there was not a good explanation as to why I passed out. Low blood sugar. I know the feeling of low blood sugar and I WAS NOT feeling this. I do believe it was the Fluorescent Lighting. I do believe it was a Photosynthesis Epileptic Seizure. I had a terrible black eye and a very bruised face from the fall. Walmart did not make an effort to find out Who, What or Why? I went back to see If I would feel the same sensation again. Half the lights were off. I talked to a co-manger who asked me to fill out a form. I did wondering if Walmart will try to contact me. They have not. Beware of strong Fluorescent lighting where ever you shop.
You think that maybe it's because you're about 200 lbs. overweight? Or your heart can't take all the cholesterol you're feeding it? How about getting out and getting more exercise? That might help.
People are their own worst enemies. They bitch and complain but then they don't do anything to help themselves.
CBB

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#102 Jun 4, 2013
I get dizzy and lightheaded whenever I spend more than 15 minutes in Walmart. It feels like mild vertigo. I absolutely believe it is the type of fluorescent lighting in their store.
former employee

Arcadia, CA

#104 Jun 20, 2013
i just got a job at a neighborhood walmart. everytime i go in the back receiving area i get a headache and feel nausious. out on the salesfloor, i dont get the headaches (i never get headaches). after working there for a total of 14 hours, im thinking of quitting.
massena resident

New York, NY

#105 Jun 20, 2013
former employee wrote:
i just got a job at a neighborhood walmart. everytime i go in the back receiving area i get a headache and feel nausious. out on the salesfloor, i dont get the headaches (i never get headaches). after working there for a total of 14 hours, im thinking of quitting.
It might be the lighting but for making people dizzy don't think so the store is always full of people shopping and haven't heard anyone say they are dizzy from being in there .I work for walmart as well .
Dan Ellis

Eureka Springs, AR

#106 Jul 3, 2013
I first started feeling dizzy and numbness upon entering Kmart in Long Beach, MS during early 2000
Now in Arkansas I have this same phenomena occurring when entering the Berryville Walmart almost everytime since 2006.
Yesterday, the same occurrence in Eureka Springs at local Food Mart.
I have always blamed it on the fluorescent lights but now must be something else.
I mentioned it to my doctor but he ignored it.
bailey

Milton, WA

#107 Sep 4, 2013
Blink 183 wrote:
Every time i go to Walmart I get dizzy, and light headed. I know this is not only from their low prices. I am in very good health. I have heard of two other people that this happens to. By the time I get to the checkout area I feel like I have been gassed or something. I thought it was just me for a long time, but there are others.
Has anyone else experienced this at the Malone Walmart, or know someone who has ?
I work at walmart and for the past week I have been fine and when I show up and walk in I immediately get dizzy and then over the course of my work day I end up getting so dizzy I throw up. I honestly have no clue what. it is but im thinking of talking to a higher up about it.
smart guy

United States

#108 Sep 8, 2013
Hh

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