Western U.S.A. - A new Walmart store gave up on numbering their isles when employees complained about not being able to read numbers with more than two digits.
According to store manager, Ms. Overlay Iddlemay, top manager for the Walmart store, the employees gave up when the isle number crossed the 99 threshold.
"We have 34,325,644 isles in this store, which sits on four states:
Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. Instead of Isle numbers, we are going to go to level numbers, and zip codes. Were are going to use zip plus 4, just like the post office. In fact we have several post offices in the store, as well as several hospitals complete with medivac helicopters. The copters have electric engines since they are used inside."
Walmart spokesman Rapcay Ullfay told us, "We have plans to Walmart-form the Earth completely by the year 2045. Everyone will work for Walmart in some capacity by then. But of course, I plan to retire."