shopper

Ashland, KY

#1 Jul 14, 2010
Don't know if anyone notice's the Bird's always on the handles of the buggy's there or not but i think save a lot's need's to do something about them. I don't think it is too sanitary to hold the buggy's handle's after the bird's crap's all over them. I see people eating stuff after pushing them out to there car, Yuck! they need new buggy's and put them inside the store and hire people to go out n get them.

“Two stones with one bird”

Since: Oct 09

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#2 Jul 14, 2010
It is Save a Lot. What do you expect? Even worse, it is in Portsmouth.
Check it out

Chagrin Falls, OH

#3 Jul 14, 2010
Save a lot's founder was a serial killer who picked up young men, had sex with them, and killed them all along Interstate 70. He had at least 8 bodies buried near his back door and his wife was unaware. He comitted suicide when he knew he was about to be caught. Don't believe me? Google it.I don't patronize the place and never will.
thats right

Portsmouth, OH

#4 Jul 14, 2010
I watched something about it on tv and they also name the products after the employees that work at the factory.
Lynne

Malden, MA

#5 Jul 14, 2010
There are more germs on the carts at walmart, based on the amount of people who frequent it. Yes, bird poop is gross... but it's nothing compared to the millions of germs that live on the human hand.
poop

Richmond, KY

#6 Jul 18, 2010
they do need to do something with the bird mess , an as far as the killing he is not benifiting from the procedes from the store any more so I will shop there , you cant beat some of the prices ...in fact im going there right now...

“ITS DIAPER NOUGHT”

Since: Jul 10

I did NOT get trolled

#7 Jul 18, 2010
I like getting my diapers there.
wants to know

Ashland, KY

#8 Jul 18, 2010
Grow up Jimmy!

“ITS DIAPER NOUGHT”

Since: Jul 10

I did NOT get trolled

#9 Jul 19, 2010
wants to know wrote:
Grow up Jimmy!
No! But my diaper is full. Can you change them for me?
idiots

Portsmouth, OH

#10 Jul 19, 2010
If you're too lazy to grab a cart wipe when you walk in the door that's your own fault. Stop whining and it's pretty sad you started a topic about this, get a life!
shopper

Ironton, OH

#11 Jul 23, 2010
we have a life n we like to keep it, it's why this was brought up so we don't catch anything from the bird doo! And no i'm not to lazy to wipe the buggy cuz i do!

Since: Jul 10

Portsmouth, OH

#12 Jul 24, 2010
was it richard lee tingler?

i found this http://www.fbi.gov/publications/top_ten_60th/...

On the morning of September 16, 1968, the lifeless bodies of three men and a woman were found in a Cleveland, Ohio, park. Each victim had been shot in the head, some victims several times.

On the night of October 20, 1968, a Columbus, Ohio, dairy store was held up and two teenaged store employees were murdered execution style. The victims, a 15-year-old boy and an 18-year-old girl, were bound hand and foot, gagged, brutally beaten about the head, and then shot in the back of the head with an automatic pistol. The manager of the store was also viciously beaten. However, she survived the assault, despite efforts to strangle her with a wire coat hanger.

Through investigation, it was determined that Richard Lee Tingler, Jr., a native of Portsmouth, Ohio, was allegedly responsible for the six brutal murders.

On October 24, 1968, a federal arrest warrant was issued and Tingler was charged with unlawful interstate flight to avoid prosecution for murder and armed robbery was issued in Columbus, Ohio. In December of 1968, the FBI added him to its “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list.

Tingler had sought to conceal his location and identity by gaining employment on a farm near Dill City and using the alias of Don Williams. But his attempt to avoid apprehension came to an end on May 19, 1969, when his employer visited the Washita County Sheriff’s Office. There, he observed a Wanted Poster for Tingler and noticed how the photo and description of Tingler strongly resembled his hired hand, Don Williams.

The employer, wanting to be sure of his identification of Tingler before telling the sheriff about his fears, contacted a neighbor. He requested that the neighbor visit the sheriff’s office and view the wanted notices of Tingler. The neighbor did so and agreed with his friend’s observations. They notified the sheriff of Tingler’s location.

On the afternoon of May 19, 1969, an FBI Agent and members of the Washita County Sheriff’s Office arrested Tingler at the farmhouse. At the time of his arrest, Tingler was armed with a .25 calibre automatic pistol.

Noted as a “cold, calculating, and deliberate killer,” Tingler was sentenced to die in the electric chair

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