Don’t Judge Black Friday

It is tempting, if you are a member of the upper class, to look down on people who lineup for Black Friday in order to try to score discounted electronic appliances and what not. But, judge not lest you be judged.

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6 thoughts on “Don’t Judge Black Friday

  1. Even poor people can’t avoid taking advantage of poor people.

    When one is hungry even the thought of cannibalism becomes appetizing.

    Jesus said Take, eat; this is my body.

    • And his pappy said, “… thou shalt eat the fruit of thine own body, the flesh of thy sons and of thy daughters, which the LORD thy God hath given thee …”
      Deuteronomy 28:53

      ” ‘Eat Me!’ Said Alice…”

      There’s a fair amount cannibalism in Teh Holey Babble, it’s even more prevalent than human sacrifice.

    • Well said, Glenn.

      Shopping at WalMart for instance.

      Was it wrong? Yes.

      Did I do it? Yes.

      More so the tragedy because it doesn’t have to be this way.

      We live in a world built to our own design.

      If we want a tree there; there will be a tree.

      If we want a mountain there; there will be a mountain.

      If we want to move the mountain, we can do that too.

      Maybe put up a few dozen Chinese skyscrapers.

      • Just as long as you keep in mind that Chinese are bad and Russians are worse. Problems in the United States are always the fault of outsiders….

        Henri

  2. On Thanksgiving Day, we clean the house and prepare to make Thanksgiving Dinner.

    On YoureWelcomeGiving Day (“Friday”) we make turkey and all the fixin’s for our extended family.

    Less stress, easier workload & there’s no freakin’ way we’re going anywhere near the mall.

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