People, if you think a low price on a crappy no-name flat screen TV or a shitty laptop is worth stepping on an elderly woman, you're freaking insane. Shame on all you stupid, greedy, violent bastards. And shame on the retailers who encourage your stupid, greedy, violent behavior.
It's so embarrassing...
What kind of freaks engage in this sort of behavior?
I don't know about you guys, but I think it is worth paying "extra money" to not subject myself to this sort of nonsense.
Amen, hon. No TV is worth that garbage. No way. No how.
Hey look, I can comment now!
I tried not to go shopping today; don't know whether going to the auto dealer for a recall repair counts. I choose to think not.
I hope I'm not out of line in suggesting this place:
A Greater Gift
to those of you interested in avoiding the cattle runs of Christmas shopping...
I can understand the allure for people who want to surprise their families with something they couldn't otherwise afford, but they aren't the only ones out shopping and the idea you'd have to physically struggle with people to get stuff is just... offensive is the word that comes to mind... and sickening.
It's like Shop Til You Drop meets riots on a nationwide scale. There's nothing I want that badly.
My daughter and I do the friday after thanksgiving shopping thing -- but we never stand in line, and if we get to the store before it opens, we sit in the car and watch the mini riots. I don't get fighting over a $200 laptop with a processor so slow it's of no useful purpose anyway.
Gina - that's SO the way to do it. Avoid the thundering, freaky herd *and* go with a buddy.
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