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Ennuipoet: No one who works in retail thinks of Black Friday in any other way than the darkest.
Shostie: That's... racist...?
Generation_D: I thought it was the day after thanksgiving when we let the servants, who were mostly "black" (from all that hard work on thanksgiving you see) go shopping.
doglover: It still isn't you pretentious sack of
Babwa Wawa: doglover: It still isn't you pretentious sack ofExcept for all the TV and radio commercials advertising "Black Friday Sales."
Krieghund: Next they're going to say "Bloody Sunday" isn't just a song about a chick losing her virginity./how long/how loooong
Shostie: Ennuipoet: No one who works in retail thinks of Black Friday in any other way than the darkest.That's... racist...?
Ennuipoet: Shostie: That's... racist...?It's a metaphorical darkness, a bleakness of spirit, a prevailing sense of doom.So, in a Republican sort of way, maybe.
Three Crooked Squirrels: Black Friday "was not a happy term," department store historian Michael J. Lisicky told CBS News last year.OK. Didn't know there was a need for someone to be an official department store historian, but I guess there is a niche for almost anything.