Since NWA revolves around Walmart, we figured it be best to do a little butt kissin' every now and then.
Presenting, "TIM AND JEFF'S POSITIVE WALMART NEWS".
From the Today Show:
Not only were two young cousins from California paying attention when their parents told them the right way to behave, they spent two weeks compiling more than 150 rules to live by in their own personal rulebook.
Isabelle Busath, 10, and Isabella Thordsen, 8, filled their little red notebook with rules like “no talking back,” “no pushing,” “be safe,” “no coloring on people” and a favorite, “don't bite the dentist.”
But the girls accidentally broke a rule ("Protect this rule book"), leaving it behind in a Wal-Mart parking lot in Citrus Heights, Calif. That’s where employee Raymond Flores, 20, found it, and he was so inspired by the handwritten rules that he became determined to track down the book's owners.