Skip to comments.Heckler Ridicules Black Friday Shoppers
Posted on 11/23/2012 2:14:55 PM PST by lowbridge
A heckler openly mocked shoppers at an Oceanside, California Best Buy as they waited for Black Friday deals. The man can be heard shouting 'you zombies are the reason Thanksgiving and the holidays are being destroyed' and other anti-Black Friday comments as shoppers filed in the store.
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Zombies? Zombies buy electronics?
The link took me to a video about Egypt’s president.
See if this works....pretty funny.
Id never harass black Friday shoppers. I also dont participate in the Christmas shopping madness, I dislike the crowds and traffic.
A couple years ago I resolved to keep it simple, I give my grandkids crisp $100 bills for Christmas. Its easier and they have fun buying what they want.
Nor would I.....Until this year, I've itilized the internet to do all my shopping in the comfort of my home. Using the catalogs that I'm sent, I can take my time and browse thru them to find unique items that I could never find in stores if I was walking around looking for stuff and have them delivered to my door.........
It does amaze me how people will line up to buy things they don’t need with money they don’t have; and isn’t it interesting how “Black Friday”, a term formerly used by retailers to describe their most profitable day of the year, has found its way into the popular lexicon as a time to go out and use their credit cards.
Mark Dice simply proved himself the biggest idiot of all.
I have never understood why a people would allow themselves to be regularly herded into these stores like milk-cows, to be milked by Farmer John. Being the dumb animals that they are, at least cows have an excuse. The people that are willing to degrade themselves in such a manner for the opportunity to purchase junk, are IMHO borderline in-breds.
Keep on buying - suckers!!
I use well worn 100 dollar bills. Lessens the chances of doubles.
I don’t care if they are zombies. As long as they’re paying cash and it’s not counterfeit.
We set up a Cafe Press store, took photos and had them made in to jigsaw puzzles then have them sent directly to the relatives etc. Coffee mugs and other such personalized items are good too.
When I realized the sales were for items I didn’t need,I didn’t go!
ONE time got up really early and went with a friend for the computer special only to find a long line already there 90 minutes before opening.Said line well exceed the quota of special priced computers.Said to myself:”never again”.
Now if I was in the market for new major appliances then getting 30% at Sears or Big Box Stores,Inc. would be worth the hassle.
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