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Super Mario Maker 2 $40+tax on amazon shipping is free with prime. Same price as the front page deal from Walmart but the shipping is much faster.

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Same price at Walmart if you don't feel like supporting Jeff Bezos' evil empire.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Super-.../367896025
What's worse the Bezos empire or the Walton?
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Walmart isn't any better tbh. Both pretty shitty.
It's all about picking the less evil one. Keep that in mind this November.
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Anyone think this will go any lower towards the end of the year? I want to Christmas shop early and my 6 year old would love this.
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Walmart isn't any better tbh. Both pretty shitty.
It's shocking, but Walmart actually pays their workers better and gives more to charity than Amazon does.

Walmart used to be the worst of the worst but then Amazon came along and took their place.
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Walmart isn't any better tbh. Both pretty shitty.
As someone who has worked at walmart it's a million times worse then Amazon.
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It's shocking, but Walmart actually pays their workers better and gives more to charity than Amazon does.

Walmart used to be the worst of the worst but then Amazon came along and took their place.
Not even remotely true.

As a former Walmart employee the horror stories I could tell make everything you have heard about working from Amazon pale in comparison.
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Amazon pays a minimum of $15/hr compared to Walmart's $11.

I'd say they're both miracles of modern efficiency and a net-good for the planet. Maybe they are not perfect, but there's actually very good reasons that they are so successful.

I'd also say we should tax the owners more (especially the Walton's since they didn't actually build walmart.)
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Loving this. Unlimited repayability and I'm working on building easy training levels to teach my 4 year old how to play without having to deal with the frustration of the game being too difficult.
What a beautiful idea. I might do the same. Nothing sadder than watching my little girl.syruggling to make a jump!
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Not even remotely true.

As a former Walmart employee the horror stories I could tell make everything you have heard about working from Amazon pale in comparison.
Yes, 100% true. Amazon is brutal. Go read the horror stories in the discussion boards for their fulfillment centers sometime. People literally drop dead from exhaustion in their warehouses and they just throw a tarp over the body and expect people to keep working around it while they wait for the coroner to arrive. Jeff bezos has given less than 1% of his wealth to charity and the Waltons have donated double digits.

Walmart is big enough that there are some really bad managers here and there but Amazon is systemically evil from the top down.
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Amazon pays a minimum of $15/hr compared to Walmart's $11.

I'd say they're both miracles of modern efficiency and a net-good for the planet. Maybe they are not perfect, but there's actually very good reasons that they are so successful.

I'd also say we should tax the owners more (especially the Walton's since they didn't actually build walmart.)
Amazon's minimum is higher, but Walmart hires for a lot of really low level positions that Amazon either doesn't have or outsources. When it comes to like-for-like Walmart is currently averaging about $2 more per hour since Amazon eliminated their bonus pay structure. Walmart also does better localized cost of living adjustments.

And is creating a direct pipeline between China's factories and America's living rooms, that generates insane amounts of trash, really a good thing?
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Amazing, a game where you have to create all the levels.
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Amazing, a game where you have to create all the levels.
The story mode includes 120 level, so there's a lot of pre-built solo content as well.
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Yes, 100% true. Amazon is brutal. Go read the horror stories in the discussion boards for their fulfillment centers sometime. People literally drop dead from exhaustion in their warehouses and they just throw a tarp over the body and expect people to keep working around it while they wait for the coroner to arrive. Jeff bezos has given less than 1% of his wealth to charity and the Waltons have donated double digits.

Walmart is big enough that there are some really bad managers here and there but Amazon is systemically evil from the top down.
Not. Even. Close.

Keep trying to white knight walmart thou! I worked there and saw how they operate. Walmart is the lowest retail company out there for morals, pay, treatment of their employees, they are the absolute worst.
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Not. Even. Close.

Keep trying to white knight walmart thou! I worked there and saw how they operate. Walmart is the lowest retail company out there for morals, pay, treatment of their employees, they are the absolute worst.
How many coworkers of yours died on shift and then management forced you to work around the dead body?
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So like, I'm not trying to be mean, but how do I find "good" levels?
Like I'm all about creativity and I am inspired by some of the ways that people have put together some levels, but I want to play this with my kids, and there doesn't seem to be very many straight forward side scrolling levels like the story missions… (which are only one player)
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