I hate to write a blog, but: November 21st at 7pm, I got a 50 pack of blank Imation DVD-Rs from a nearby Walmart. When I got to the counter, I had realized that the case was damaged, so the manager went back and got another one for me. That was a nice gesture of her.
When I got home I noticed that there was no cellophane wrapping on the one she gave me, and that the label was DVD-R, but the discs were labeled DVD+R. That didn't bother me very much. I had never seen a DVD+R before, so I flipped it over and then discovered that it had been burned on. You know, the way the light catches the DVD grooves, it appears a little brighter. I looked at the following DVD+R, then the next, and the next. One of them had been burned halfway through. I was thinking why Walmart had not caught this, that used DVDs were being sold. I put one of the DVD+Rs into my hard drive. I wanted to be sure that they were used to know if I should take them back or not.
I saw a folder labeled "Porn" on one of the DVD+Rs. It had 18 files and 1.75GBs of data. Walmart sold used DVDs with pornography on them. I still have not accessed the files, so I don't know if it is underage or not (I'm not a professional on determining that). If anyone out there knows what I should do next, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or respond to this thread. I'm thinking about filing a police report, but just trying to get some advice right now. These blank DVDs were made available to all ages, as opposed to the blank DVDs that require a 21+ ID check. Pretty disgusting story, sorry if I offending any Walmart shoppers, but this was my experience tonight.
p.s. Apparently Walmart prefers "We Live Together," Tawny Roberts, and some redhead jackoff handjob file, plus a handful of other lesbian pornography video files. Imagine what these girls went through to benefit Walmart at $21 for a 50pack of these DVDs.
Always low prices, Always.