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Category Archives: Black Friday
I’m of the opinion that Thanksgiving needs a new name. Sure, it’s still a time when friends and relatives gather in one spot to enjoy a home-cooked meal and set aside mutual dysfunctions, if just for a few hours. But, … Continue reading
The physical scars may have healed – my feet are no longer throbbing – but the feeling of utter disappointment and sadness still linger days after I participated in what can only be described as the chaos that was Black … Continue reading
For anyone looking for a great deal on a new computer, digital camera or pretty much any other electronic device, Black Friday is not your day. Don’t waste your time fighting the crowds expected to pack stores late Thanksgiving, midnight … Continue reading
Sears is taking its holiday shopping experience to the next level. The company announced that it will be open on Thanksgiving this year for the first time ever. All of the company’s locations will operate from 7 a.m. to noon. … Continue reading
It was 3 a.m. on Black Friday and I hopped out of bed to see why my husband was on the laptop in the dining room. “What are you doing?” I asked. “I just got done shopping,” he said. Not … Continue reading
If you haven’t seen it already, check out Jason Plotkin’s video on the folks waiting in line outside of Best Buy in York County earlier this morning. Those are some serious shoppers.