Hoodrat Nation Part Twenty: Umpa Lumpa Bitches Thrived At Walmart/Scam’s Club

Two Umpa Lumpa bitches

masquerading as a supervisor and a manager at Walmart/Scam’s Club tried to intimidate my black ass. It all started during my 30-day job evaluation. That’s when an Umpa Lumpa bitch masquerading as a supervisor came up to me and accused me of working too slow.

My response was swift and to the point, “If I work too slow, then fire me and hire someone who works fast.” Yeah, that Umpa Lumpa bitch was thrown for a loop. Oh, but it gets better. Within one week, that same Umpa Lumpa bitch with the help of another Umpa Lumpa bitch was in my face trying to intimidate me.

When Opportunity knocks on your door,

invite her in for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.  It was obvious to me that the Umpa Lumpa bitch supervisor had told an Umpa Lumpa, bitch Manager, what I’d said during my 30 days evaluation. “If I work too slow then fire me and hire someone who works fast.”

So this show of aggressive coming from the both of them, a week later towards me was supposedly planned. However, the opportunity for me to express my ‘Fuck you and that intimidating horse y’all came riding in on’ was knocking on my door. So, I’d told them, “You will not make me your scapegoat because you don’t do your jobs.” 

$30 Federal Minimum Wage Law

Truth be told, those two Umpa Lumpa bitches and others had actually inspired me to advocate for a $30 Federal minimum wage law.  In my mind, American Workers are worthy of abundance.

The wheels are coming off Trump’s $5B Abortion Slush Fund.

Seriously, Trump and his cabal have no qualms paying for their mistresses to receive a quality abortion. While simultaneously restricting women of color and economically challenged women access to a quality abortion.

Enquiring minds want to know if Trump is also in bed with Back-Alley Abortion Doctors? All of them are anxiously waiting to get their grubby little hands on Trump’s $5B Abortion Slush Fund?

$50,000 Mistake

Ima be real, about ten years ago after being fired from my job, I’d cashed out my 401k and blew it. My first mistake was choosing a lump sum payment. It was taxed over $20,000, leaving me with a little over $50,000.

I’ll admit what I did next was asinine. I’d paid my bills for about 8 months until ran out of money. To make matters worse, I couldn’t get a job to save my life. Then within a year’s time, I’d filed for bankruptcy.

Now, do you understand my propensity for kowtowing to my ego to the degree of blowing a lump sum of $50,000? I too have an uphill battle! Y’all feeling me? 😉