Everyone likes to talk about how bad Walmart is for America and the American people, even though EVERYONE shops at Walmart. If you don't, that's great. Good for you. You should be proud of yourself for avoiding it. Also, you're a complete liar. You shop at Walmart, you bastard who so willingly supports the demise of this great nation and all that we stand for.
For as much as we all like to rag on the store, the sometimes low-quality products, and those who make up the Walmart culture (see: People of Walmart), I don't think anyone would deny that working at Walmart sucks. You're kind of like a babysitter in a giant playground for industrial-sized condiments, bins of DVD's no one wants to watch but still buys, and rascal-driving lunatics. Your job is to facilitate all the happenings of Walmart. Yes, a job's a job, but still, Walmart is a hard job. Walmart is a hard place.
So imagine what the employees felt like when they looked over and saw that someone had set off the entire fireworks display. 'Well, at least it's not another call to clean up someone's diarrhea all over the bathroom walls.' Or 'Better get the AED ready, one of these people in here is undoubtedly going to have a heart attack now.' Or most likely 'I bet someone's still going to try to buy and even return those fireworks even though they're done.' Just a total bummer for those workers and for sure a top-five least enjoyable "clean up on aisle three" situation. Worst of it all is they for sure didn't even get to close down the store while dealing with the situation. Walmart just Walmarts on, 24/7, fireworks going off or not.
Finally, of course this is the best thing to connect to the situation: