They got "cancelled" by Walmart because WM uses a point system and the sales fell below a certain level so WM stopped carrying them in the stores.Walmart won't listen to him either. "They're canceling my pillows!"
"You're gonna be all over the news tomorrow," the combative CEO said he told a Walmart executive after the company pulled his products.www.newsweek.com
It's nothing personal. After all, WM is a southern corporation.Despite his explanation, Walmart went through with removing the products. Walmart told Newsweek in an emailed statement, "While we are no longer carrying them in stores, MyPillow products continue to be available on Walmart.com."
Weird. The Walmart I worked at a couple of years ago used the point system I mentioned upthread. They told us (SO and self) all Walmarts use that system. I guess you could call that an algorithm.The idea of Wal-mart cancelling MyPillow is so dumb. Wal-mart is essentially a machine. No one is pushing buttons anywhwere on what to carry, its generating what will sell with some algorythm somewhere. That alorythm said "MyPillows aren't selling". Simple as that.
I mean, it basically is. Its just ranking how much something is selling and tells if it gets shelf space.Weird. The Walmart I worked at a couple of years ago used the point system I mentioned upthread. They told us (SO and self) all Walmarts use that system. I guess you could call that an algorithm.
I'll be honest, I think they have been planning to call on Pence all along - he'd be a star witness, if not the headliner, one of the later acts, as it were.
Aides to Donald Trump had no idea a documentary filmmaker had recorded the former president on Jan. 6, 2021, until the House committee investigating that day subpoenaed the footage, reports said.
Some legacy. We're so, so lucky Trump's team were such blundering, egocentric shits. Imagine what they could have gotten away with if they knew how to rub 2 sticks together.The New York Times reported that many top Trump advisors were surprised by news of the project, which only a small circle of close Trump aides knew about.
According to the Times it had been organised by Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and was meant to be a "legacy project" for Trump.
Trump aides didn't know someone was filming Trump on January 6 until the House committee got the footage: reportsAides have said they were shocked to discover that Alex Holder, a UK documentary maker, was filming Trump on January 6.www.businessinsider.com
Some legacy. We're so, so lucky Trump's team were such blundering, egocentric shits. Imagine what they could have gotten away with if they knew how to rub 2 sticks together.
Never a good omen. Don't surprise your lawyers.campaign's legal team seemed surprised