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  • And you think the preppers are crazy? These assholes are your neighbors, and they'd act the same way if the supermarket went under, and they found out you had food at your house.
  • I couldnt even begin to try to watch that....
  • I've watched a couple of these now (there is another on the Video tab) and I'm just sad for our society.
    I'd be all for calling in airstrikes on every Black Friday event nationwide.
  • I was at Sears this morning. I waited in line in the electronics department to get a Wii-U for my daughter.

    You know what ticks me off about you people? You are all criticizing the shoppers who do this, and yet not one of you lazy bums got your butts out of bed at 4:30 this morning to drive to the store to make sure somebody else gets a merry Christmas.

    If you don't get what you want for Christmas this year, who are you going to blame? Not your mom, I hope. Not the one who did the cooking and the cleaning and the decorating and the shopping and the wrapping so Christmas would be nice for YOU.

    Do you think I WANTED to get out of bed at 4:30 this morning after spending all day yesterday orchestrating Thanksgiving? How about a little less disrespect and an occasional "Thanks, mom, for doing that".
  • It is like the Honey Boo-boo goes shopping day
  • queezyweezel: And you think the preppers are crazy? These assholes are your neighbors, and they'd act the same way if the supermarket went under, and they found out you had food at your house.


    Except Psycoholic_Slag would be all 7.62x39 on their asses.
  • BeSerious: Embarrasing.


    The peasants are revolting.
  • I bet they all have sisters who are pilots living kick-ass lives....


    /tards
  • cryinoutloud: BeSerious: Embarrasing.

    The peasants are revolting.


    Sadly, no. They're fighting over who gets to put their mouth on Wall Streets crank first.
  • Cytokine Storm:
    You know what ticks me off about you people? You are all criticizing the shoppers who do this, and yet not one of you lazy bums got your butts out of bed at 4:30 this morning to drive to the store to make sure somebody else gets a merry Christmas.


    I did my shopping at home in 20 minutes. Don't you have the internet?

    And one of those videos was people fighting over towels. FARKING TOWELS! If someone gave me a towel for Christmas I'd use it to strangle them.
  • Whats this standing in line crap?


    /buy the useless crap online in your underwear like a normal person
    //if you HAVE to go out....but from a small business
  • I went to Wal-Mart last night (the only store open) to find my aunt a copy of Up! because she has never seen it.

    O
    M
    G

    That place was a madhouse. Not as bad as this, but whole family's with a car per person, kids running through the store with boxes over their heads. No one paying attention to anyone else, bumping into each other all over the place.

    I didn't see any fights, but I did see the police escorting a woman in handcuffs somewhere. I was shocked she wasn't making a lot of noise and screaming, she was just quietly being lead to where ever. They had these deals setup everywhere and it looked like packs of wolves ahd torn into them, just plastic wrap carnage and a few torn paper signs to tell what was at that special. Apparently, they'd wheel these specials out on handcarts, hoards of people following and asking what was under the plastic, and the employees wouldn't answer. Then they'd cut it open, and they'd swarm. Again, not as bad as in that video, but pretty damn bad.

    After all was said and done, the damned store had every other Pixar movie BUT Up! I was a little pissed and got the Hell out of dodge.
  • buzzcut73: cryinoutloud: BeSerious: Embarrasing.

    The peasants are revolting.

    Sadly, no. They're fighting over who gets to put their mouth on Wall Streets crank first.


    No, dude. It's reference to a classic Wizard of Id.

    /Now, if you would be so kind as to remove yourself from the manicured grass area in front of my house.
  • buzzcut73: cryinoutloud: BeSerious: Embarrasing.
    The peasants are revolting.
    Sadly, no. They're fighting over who gets to put their mouth on Wall Streets crank first.


    You are aware of the double meaning of "revolting" right? I think it's an old joke from a Mel Brooks movie.

    Believe me, if I'm talking about consumerism, I mean the other meaning.
  • The day after we give thanks for what we have, we trample our fellow humans in order to get more. Gotta love America.

    Cytokine Storm: I was at Sears this morning. I waited in line in the electronics department to get a Wii-U for my daughter.

    You know what ticks me off about you people? You are all criticizing the shoppers who do this, and yet not one of you lazy bums got your butts out of bed at 4:30 this morning to drive to the store to make sure somebody else gets a merry Christmas.

    If you don't get what you want for Christmas this year, who are you going to blame? Not your mom, I hope. Not the one who did the cooking and the cleaning and the decorating and the shopping and the wrapping so Christmas would be nice for YOU.

    Do you think I WANTED to get out of bed at 4:30 this morning after spending all day yesterday orchestrating Thanksgiving? How about a little less disrespect and an occasional "Thanks, mom, for doing that".


    You want a medal or something? Did you at any moment think about the people who didn't get to spend time with their families yesterday and today; all the people who had to prepare and staff the store you bought your gadget at? Do you think they WANTED to spend thanksgiving getting Sears ready to handle the throng of greedy, unruly shoppers or do you think they wanted to eat a nice dinner with their loved ones?

    No sympathy, stop being part of the problem.
  • monoski: It is like the Honey Boo-boo goes shopping day


    *visualizes the nightmare and passes out from fright*
  • Cytokine Storm: I was at Sears this morning. I waited in line in the electronics department to get a Wii-U for my daughter.

    You know what ticks me off about you people? You are all criticizing the shoppers who do this, and yet not one of you lazy bums got your butts out of bed at 4:30 this morning to drive to the store to make sure somebody else gets a merry Christmas.

    If you don't get what you want for Christmas this year, who are you going to blame? Not your mom, I hope. Not the one who did the cooking and the cleaning and the decorating and the shopping and the wrapping so Christmas would be nice for YOU.

    Do you think I WANTED to get out of bed at 4:30 this morning after spending all day yesterday orchestrating Thanksgiving? How about a little less disrespect and an occasional "Thanks, mom, for doing that".


    Shirley you're Joshing?
  • Cytokine Storm: I was at Sears this morning. I waited in line in the electronics department to get a Wii-U for my daughter.

    You know what ticks me off about you people? You are all criticizing the shoppers who do this, and yet not one of you lazy bums got your butts out of bed at 4:30 this morning to drive to the store to make sure somebody else gets a merry Christmas.


    You want, a medal? Christmas is 31 days away. You chose to get up at 4:30 and deal with the mess. You could order one online, or go in a week or two.
  • cryinoutloud: buzzcut73: cryinoutloud: BeSerious: Embarrasing.
    The peasants are revolting.
    Sadly, no. They're fighting over who gets to put their mouth on Wall Streets crank first.

    You are aware of the double meaning of "revolting" right? I think it's an old joke from a Mel Brooks movie.

    Believe me, if I'm talking about consumerism, I mean the other meaning.


    MFAWG: buzzcut73: cryinoutloud: BeSerious: Embarrasing.

    The peasants are revolting.

    Sadly, no. They're fighting over who gets to put their mouth on Wall Streets crank first.

    No, dude. It's reference to a classic Wizard of Id.

    /Now, if you would be so kind as to remove yourself from the manicured grass area in front of my house.


    Damn, missed that double meaning. Need more coffee.
    I still stand by my statement about what's going on there.
  • xalres: The day after we give thanks for what we have, we trample our fellow humans in order to get more. Gotta love America.

    Cytokine Storm: I was at Sears this morning. I waited in line in the electronics department to get a Wii-U for my daughter.

    You know what ticks me off about you people? You are all criticizing the shoppers who do this, and yet not one of you lazy bums got your butts out of bed at 4:30 this morning to drive to the store to make sure somebody else gets a merry Christmas.

    If you don't get what you want for Christmas this year, who are you going to blame? Not your mom, I hope. Not the one who did the cooking and the cleaning and the decorating and the shopping and the wrapping so Christmas would be nice for YOU.

    Do you think I WANTED to get out of bed at 4:30 this morning after spending all day yesterday orchestrating Thanksgiving? How about a little less disrespect and an occasional "Thanks, mom, for doing that".

    You want a medal or something? Did you at any moment think about the people who didn't get to spend time with their families yesterday and today; all the people who had to prepare and staff the store you bought your gadget at? Do you think they WANTED to spend thanksgiving getting Sears ready to handle the throng of greedy, unruly shoppers or do you think they wanted to eat a nice dinner with their loved ones?

    No sympathy, stop being part of the problem.


    I gotta tell ya: My youngest sister waits for this day all year, and is still out shopping after starting last night.

    I just can't begrudge her something that makes her happy.
  • Barfmaker: Shirley you're Joshing?


    I'm telling myself that's just a pretty decent trolling attempt because the alternative can only lead to despair.
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