Save Money-Live Better and Wait


By CityFella March 27, 2014 (9pm) Wal Mart Supercenter, West Sacramento Needed a late night Blender.    (the Supercenter is open 24 hours)  The blender I chose  had a dented box.  Opened the box, everything was Okay.   Picked up a couple of  items and figured check out would be fast. Check out was aContinue reading “Save Money-Live Better and Wait”

Hey Big Boy! Slow down,what’s the rush?


By CityFella I like late night shopping.  At 3am there are no crowds .fewer drunks and lost children.  It also attracts the kray kray crowd.    The warped, the you know I’m bored ,so lets go to Wal Mart and expose myself.  Stand in the ladies restroom nude, or entertain oneself in the toy department.Continue reading “Hey Big Boy! Slow down,what’s the rush?”

The Citizens of Galt against the World (Wal Mart)


Twenty miles south of Sacramento is the City of Galt.  The six square mile city is the home to 24,000 people.    The city’s doesn’t have much of a commercial area and it’s citzens typically travel north to Elk Grove or South to Lodi to shop. Enter Wal Mart, the 133,000 square foot  supercenter wouldContinue reading “The Citizens of Galt against the World (Wal Mart)”

Lifestyle Changes (shopping closer to home)


For decades ,Wal Mart “America’s retailer” built its stores on the edge of town where land cost were low.   People drove across town to shop at its stores. Rising gas prices is slowly reshaping where we shop.    Driving cross town can reverse cost savings as a result many american’s are shopping closer toContinue reading “Lifestyle Changes (shopping closer to home)”

Target “Natomas” adds Supermarket


Is Target going after the Wal Mart Supercenters?   The relatively new Target in Natomas has been remodled, the food section has been increased by 70%.  The Store now sells meat and produce, with pricing similar to Wal Mart.       The fresh meat and produce areas are significantly smaller than your traditional supermarket. With the exception ofContinue reading “Target “Natomas” adds Supermarket”