hardinparamedic: No, the generosity of the walton family is giving Arkansas Children's Hospital anything they want.
lewismarktwo: One time I tipped my waiter.
chubby muppet: So they're just opening packages and tampering with edible goods. Sounds legit.
ErinPac: They probably should have put a note with it at least...If people are worried about why it is there, they may bring it to a store's customer service, or to cops, and then there's a good chance they'd not get it back. Unfortunately, that penalizes the most honest finders. Then, the media attention from the odd circumstances may cause people to rummage through things and generally make messes wherever money has been found... especially since one of the spots apparently had two separate bills.If they'd just left a note, and they didn't have to name who they were unless they wanted to, it probably would go better. It would have also been a better idea not to leave them in merchandise - especially food. There are many places they could be left which people wouldn't wreck searching.
lack of warmth: As long as it's money collected from all over the country from the wallets of customers and employees.
Acravius: Actually they aren't opening the packages, nor damaging the packaging.Whomever it is, are putting it between the reusable lids, and the tamperproof packaging, or other locations that keep it hidden from general view, but doesn't affect the food in any way.Example, Hershey's chocolate syrup (I know, not food/chocolate etc.) has a yellow lid, and then a sealed tamperproof secondary cover. The bills were between the yellow lid and the secondary cover. For a box of chocolate cookies, they opened the outside box, but put the moneybetween the box and the sealed celophane tamper evident wrapper.So no one was at risk of anything, except possibly having $100.00 more in their pocket when they got home.
LochsteppeI don't think "generosity of the Walton family" is a thing.
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