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Conan Introduces Walmart’s New Military Greeters

Looks like Walmart is attempting to prove to the American public that they aren’t so evil, seeing as how the conglomerate just put forth a plan to hire 100,000 military veterans. Sounds like a good idea, doesn’t it? Well, with many thanks to Conan O’Brien, we might have to think again.

Turns out if we had to go with being berated by an angered soldier or greeted by an catatonic elder our sympathies would lie with the latter. Don’t get us wrong; we support the troops wholeheartedly — just not while we’re trying to conceal our faces from being seen at Walmart.

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