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  • Walmart? It's a company policy there. No one knows why, it's just programmed into the registers that way, even though it's perfectly legal for a 2 year old to buy duct tape.
  • I've bought duct tape there and didn't get ID'd. But I did find this: "As cashiers, we're prompted to check ID/verify age for certain things, outside of alcohol and cigs. Namely, off the top of my head: Nicotine patches/related items, knives from SG, sharpening stones, ammo, BB guns, can openers that have knives attached, M-rated games, R-rated movies, Parental Advisory CDs, compressed air, Robitussin, Mucinex, cold medicine with significant alcohol content, Sudafed and basically any medicine you can make meth with." https://www.reddit.com/r/walmart/comments/3nf672/items_cashiers_are_prompted_to_check_idverify_age/ I can understand those, but duct tape?
    • AskingForaFriend
      I know, right?
    • Linda Joy
      I remember hearing on a few cop shows that they caught a killer who used duct tape to bind his victims. Maybe that's it?

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