A Jacksonville woman claims the employee responsible will lose their job after she says her daughter purchased a “value pack of pampers” full of empty iPad boxes in Richlands Walmart.
Melissa Thacker Rodgers of Jacksonville and her daughter was visiting the Richlands, North Carolina Walmart Tuesday, December 26, when her daughter purchased a “value pack of pampers,” and found what she says eight empty iPad boxes inside.
“Somebody had a nice Christmas, but they are losing their job,” Rodgers said in her Facebook post with the video and images of the returned item.
Rodgers said it was when they got back to their car to get a diaper out when they realized that it had empty iPad boxes in the diaper box.
“We got to the car and opened the box to get a diaper out and noticed IPad boxes in the diaper box,” Rodgers said.
According to Rodgers, those iPads were stolen but still showed in the Walmart system that they were still available for purchase.
Here’s Rodger’s Post Below:
Ms. Bloody shoes Cardi B 6 months pregnant, but with who baby?
Word on the streets is that Cardi B is pregnant – aproximately six months. I’m sure to some of you it’s no surprise because recently we’ve noticed her covered-up looks in the last month or so. Now, the rumor started during the Super Bowl weekend last month and officially went into overdrive when Cardi accepted her IHeartRadio Music Award in an empire wasist Christian Siriana dress. She may have worn that dress on purpose, to probably show all the other dudes that it may be their baby, but who know’s, it could be offset’s baby?
TMZ reports that Cardi’s baby is due the first week of July, but that won’t stop Cardi from making money moves, of course. She’s still set to perform at Coachella next month and she announced during her IHeartRadio speech Sunday that her first studio album will be dropping in April.
Sources tell TMZ that Cardi is still planning to tour with Bruno Mars come September-no more than two months after she brings a mini Cardi into the world.
Sunday’s Family Guy Will Air Uninterrupted Thanks to PlayStation, the Show’s Sole Sponsor
Sunday’s Family Guy was supposed to be the animated comedy’s first episode in 15 years to air with limited commercial interruptions. Instead, the telecast will contain no ad breaks at all.
PlayStation is the sole sponsor Sunday’s extended episode of the Fox series. Who’s excited? We’ve heard that before and after the episode, Fox will air a 60-second spot, called “Arrow,” to promote God of War, the latest installment in Playstation’s mythology-based franchise.
Because of the PlayStation sponsorship, the Family Guy episode will now air completely uninterrupted for the first time.
PlayStation saw a big audience overlap between Family Guy viewers and action game fans, and Qizilbash noted that Sunday’s episode fell within its “critical” six-week launch window for God of War.
“When we evaluate media partner opportunities, we look at three things: the right audience alignment, the right time—proximity to launch—and strength and reach of our distinguished partners. Family Guy checked all the boxes,” said Qizilbash.
In Sunday’s Family Guy episode, “Send in Stewie, Please,” baby Stewie (voiced by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane) is sent to the office of his school’s child psychologist (voiced by Sir Ian McKellen) after pushing a classmate, and experiences several emotional revelations about himself.
Fox had announced in January that a March episode of Family Guy would air with fewer advertising pods. At the time, the show’s producers told Adweek in January that the idea for the reduced ad load came about because the episode was running long, and Fox decided that limited commercial interruption would be an ideal solution to accommodate its longer run time.
“I will give them credit, because they said, ‘We’re going to find a sponsor,’ and then they said, ‘Even if we don’t, we’re going to air it without interruption,’” said executive producer and co-showrunner Rich Appel.
CNN’s Anderson Cooper reveal SHOCKING information about him and his long-time boyfriend!
It seems like Anderson Cooper’s CNN work caused his longtime boyfriend to leave him without love. On Thursday, Time Magazine said Anderson Cooper confirmed that he and his boyfriend Benjamin Maisani had broken up. Their relation first went public in 2015.
“Benjamin and I seperated as boyfriends some time ago,” Cooper told People. “We are still family to each other, and love eachother very much. We remain best of friends, and will continue to share much of or lives together.”
Now, when the breakup first happened, The Daily Mail first reported the news. It was also said that Cooper had been spending a noticably large amount of time with one Victor Lopez, a doctor based in Dallas.