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Black Friday Specials - 2013 - November 12, 2013, 02:49 PM

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It's disgusting that these stores are making people work Thanksgiving evening.
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It's disgusting that these stores are making people work Thanksgiving evening.
It is disgusting that the American consumer cares more about saving a dollar than being at home with their family.


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I'm going to have to stab many people to get to that Vizio...
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It's disgusting that these stores are making people work Thanksgiving evening.
Simple solution; Sick Out.



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It is disgusting that the American consumer cares more about saving a dollar than being at home with their family.


Supply and demand. One cannot survive without the other.
Every major retailer has a web presence where they can take Black Thursday orders, and make certain items available for pick-up at the retail location the following Black Friday morning.

There is 0.00% reason to have employees at the brick and mortar location and open on Thanksgiving.

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November 12, 2013, 04:17 PM

Because obviously everyone in America wants to go home on Thanksgiving as opposed to making money for their families. Ever consider that recently immigrated (insert nationality here) dude who doesn't give two shits about Thanksgiving?
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Exactly...

Why is it ok for people to go out to stores on Thanksgiving, but it is not ok for the stores to ask employees to work?!!?

Bunch of crybabies - All I can say is STFU, be glad you got a job and it is only fucking thanksgiving. Also, they should be receiving holiday pay rate so it should be worth it IMO.


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Exactly...

Why is it ok for people to go out to stores on Thanksgiving, but it is not ok for the stores to ask employees to work?!!?

Bunch of crybabies - All I can say is STFU, be glad you got a job and it is only fucking thanksgiving. Also, they should be receiving holiday pay rate so it should be worth it IMO.
Isn't he saying he doesn't think it's ok for people to go out on Thanksgiving?

As for the second comment, I don't see what's objectionable in lamenting the degradation of our values. "Only Thanksgiving" - really? We can't even take a single day to be thankful for what we have; we have to cut it short so we can go buy even more shit??? We are so fucked...


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Got my stab proof vest and pepper spray ready, bro. I'm ready.
Better wear it between now and then. Might just start my stabbings early this year


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Better wear it between now and then. Might just start my stabbings early this year


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Black Friday @ Walmart = The Purge



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Thanks. I didn't even realize that there was a link in the OP.


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I'd advise staying away from the Chantilly Walmart. I think I could get there with the .308 barrel, and definitely with the .338... STAY AWAY FROM MY TV SUCKAS....

But the 6PM on Thursday sucks. Friendsgiving or TV... Hmmm.... Also, Riders Discount is having an A* suit sale pre-black friday.
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