He was just saving you time for when you watch the conclusion of Lost.
"It was all just a dream? MOTHER FUCKER!" *punch TV*
What a noble gesture.
in his defense, Wal Mart can get pretty aggravating
Thank god for the zoom-out. For awhile, I thought it was Sasquatch doing the smashin'.
|Sean Robinson |
That must have felt SO good.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
I guess that's easier than bringing a magnet.
Needs Pink Floyd overdub. When he's done smashing - "I don't need no arms around me; I don't need no drugs to calm me..."
I spent a bit of time last night wondering what I would do if I knew that I were going to die within a day or two. I think I just found a new #1 answer to that.
Yeah, #1 is obviously "recreate the mall chase from Blues Brothers in loving detail."
I'm trying to figure out what he was swinging. It looked like an umbrella?
Also: Hell yes, Atlanta (suburbs)
When it zooms out I keep imagining those people golf clapping.
Cool Hand Luke 2: Cool Hander
One time at Wal-Mart I saw a guy with a measuring tape measuring each TV side to side. When he'd done that, he'd put a note on it and move on to the next one. The note said "WAL-MART LIES ABOUT HOW BIG ITS TVS ARE!!" or something.
I think this is that guy, just taking his crusade to the next logical step.
You should have let him know that TV measurements are from top corner to bottom corner, rather than along the bottom.
DEATH TO VIDEODROME
LONG LIVE THE NEW FLESH
But where was the lonesome clapper?
|Timothy A. Bear |
Walmart, do this every week and I promise to buy something from you.
My computer at work doesn't have speakers, so I have to watch this in silence.
I like that when he's done smashing he just stands there gathering himself, like it's the climax of a long movie about a man's mental breakdown. And the bystander who shows up, flees to the DVD aisle, stops for a moment to decide if he should stay, and then leaves.
Watch for Falling Prices
Falling Down 2
http://www.ajc.com/news/gwinnett/walmart-tv-basher-was-299003.html poor guy
Story's already gone. What was the gist of it?
You heard it folks, ,887 is the new high score to beat.
The former frontman to Ned's Atomic Dustbin, in a bid for relevance, stages a guerrilla performance art piece of their one hit song.
The next day "Scratch and dent discount, 3% off selected models!"
WHERE'S THE GODAMN VHS SECTION?!! HD TV? FUCK THAT SHIT!
He was not greeted at the door.
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