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It's the most wonderful time of the year: Shoppers putting a 'punch' into Black Friday

Black Friday is filled with countless amazing stories of great deals and beautiful people shopping. But let's face it, that is not the type of stuff we enjoy.
We like the fights..
The brutal seasons beatings..
We have no time for quaint tales of monetary bounties. We want the blood and guts..

This year, like others, we simply have to search the news accounts of Black Friday and we will be hit with a lot of fodder for our enjoyment. Forgive me for giving press to such notoriety.. but deep down, we just love watching endless consumerism equal inhumanity and desperate people doing desperate things.

For ....plastic.. For .. slave-made products.. For .. junk in the trunk.

A few notes from 'Merica so far..

Here is a video showing people running around for an in-demand STEAMER (a veggie steamer people) ... a woman is seen ripping it out of the arms of a child..



That was worth it, right?

I bet the extra violence in the purchase will surrreee feel nice when you wrap up that gift--one that will no doubt be in a landfill by sometime around mid-2016..

Here is another piece of cinematic glory for Christmas time: Punches are being thrown at a Kentucky mall:



Here are the kids doing what they do best, I assume:





Keep some decency people!
Keep some perspective.

This is going to be the theme of this fine Black Friday morning.. children being brutalized by adults because they are holding vegetable steamers.

These are mostly products you don't really need.. don't really want.. really cannot afford.. And you are also (sorry to tell you) not getting any deals much at all! The prices have already been artificially inflated so when they go back to a little closer to normal for Black Friday you think you get a whopping deal. It's all a hoax. It's all staged.. And you , when you chop while you shop and beat your fellow neighbor over steamers, are simply actors on that already built stage of retail.

Enjoy it..

Just a few more..







 

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