If you’re going to steal nearly $2,000 worth of items from Walmart, it’s probably not the best idea to be cooking meth in the back of a Mazda SUV at the same time. But that’s just a suggestion.
A multitool looks dorky dangling off your belt. But at some point being able to summon a knife, screwdriver, saw or plier makes you a hero on every trip. A well-rated tool is $100 to $300, so I marooned myself on an island with the cheapest one I could find to see what happens when you skimp out.
This car spotted in a Wal-Mart parking lot seems to be owned by someone who has a serious love of McDonald's, a slight hoarding problem, or is in the midst of a performance art exhibit that should have never been attempted.
There are two ways to let customers who have ordered a limited-edition version of Forza 4 know that you can't deliver it. One is to apologize and try to keep as much of their money as possible as Best Buy did. The other is to make them happy with a free copy of the game, like Walmart is doing.
For part 87 of our continuing report: "Wealthy People Being Cheap," we turn to Freehold, N.J., where the owner of a Rolls-Royce Phantom needed to stop into Walmart for savings — but didn't want to skimp on the parking spaces.
We have no explanation as to how or why this unmanned tractor ended up doing laps and destroying cars in a Walmart parking, but that certainly doesn't make watching it happen any less amusing.