A day of cart patrol… all day…

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December 18, 2004, 11:21 PM

Goodness! Let me tell you… a day of clearing the parking lot is quite a day. Especially when you consider a few things. First of all, it’s a weekend. Busy. In December. Busier. The last Saturday before Christmas. BUSY AS HELL.

Needless to say, as soon as I would put some carts in the cart bay on one entrance, they would disappear. Just remember what I said earlier this month about doing carts being like a video game. Goal is to completely clear the lot. All the while, more carts are coming back out. And hit anything and you die. I think the best video game analogy is Pac-Man, with a touch of something else in there, since I use the automatic cart machine, and thus my consist gets longer as I keep going.

Also interesting that I drove off a fellow cashier doing carts because I wasn’t interested in some of the socializing that they were doing instead of doing carts. Since I’m efficient. Go to a corral. Round ’em up. Go to the next one. Round ’em up. Bring it in. Go back out. And so on. Now I’m all for socializing. But you’ve got to still get it done. I got a different fellow cashier out there later on, and we had a great time, and still got the job done.

Needless to say, though, I’m tired. And so I’m going to bed now.

Web site: Wal-Mart Cart Crew - a page by a Wal-Mart cart pusher

Song: All day, I've had Strong Bad's montage songs stuck in my head. Please sing something new to me, since I'm getting tired of these songs being stuck in my head.

Quote: "Just remember - these carts don't have feelings, so you can say anything to them and they won't get offended." - Me about taking frustrations out on the carts

Categories: Walmart