turn that frown upside down
A wary Wal-Mart
On one hand, higher gas prices will continue to cut into the pocketbooks of Wal-Mart's predominantly low-to-mid-income customers.
At the same time, Schoewe said more expensive fuel was costing Wal-Mart more on the back end of the business, primarily to use its vast trucking fleet to move freight around the country to its stores.
Damn that Kunstler and his Negative Prognostications made so he could Sell Books.
Now beloved cornerstone of American enterprise is losing money.
If only Kunstler were an optimist, this wouldn't be happening.
Burn him at the stake, before he causes more trouble.