Black Friday

Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving and marks the official beginning of the Christmas shopping season.  All economic indicators are predicting a bleak year for merchants this Christmas, but, I think this may lead them to make some great offers this season.

So put on your shopping shoes, grab your wallet and head to the mall.


Don’t forget to save some $$ for online shopping on Cyber Monday.  This is the biggest day of the year for online sales.  I hope to see you in my store on Monday!!


One Response to Black Friday

  1. While shopping on Black Friday for Christmas gifts you need to be ready for accidents. If you get struck by a bullet, arrow, knife, stick, or sword you are likely to have a “penetrating” injury. If one of these items lodge in a vital area of your body (the trunk or eye) removing them may make the problem worse causing you to “bleed out”. If you are not comfortable removing the item yourself, you should find one of the available clerks (as they are trained to do this). If it is your scalp that gets injured (get scalped) you will need to take additional steps to prevent bleeding out. The scalp, if struck directly will bleed profusely. If you get “scalped” while shopping you will not likely survive. Be safe and be ready to help a fellow shopper if they get injured.

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