Black Friday: Cell Phone Brawl

I live in a retail-dense area, and treat Black Friday like the zombie apocalypse: Stock plenty of food, lock the doors and stay the hell home. Every year, videos like this confirm that I’ve made the right decision.

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  • BrianApocalypse

    These people will serve as my Meta-drones after The Singularity.

  • charlieprimero

    Television-watchers obviously.

  • Liam_McGonagle

    “He that becomes an animal rids himself of the pain of being a man,”

    Sir Walter Scott

  • Earthstar

    Merry Christmas. . .you filthy animals.

  • Guy

    *Comment about the stupidity of a portion of the human race*

    • Andrew

      *Agreement, with comment about culling*

  • InfvoCuernos

    * Brought to you by Jesus Christ.

  • echar

    This demands the magic of the Benny Hillifier. Yackety sax makes everything better!

  • 1plakat

    Get your Hands off my bargains!!! Walmart should be sued for this business strategy. Its like that russian guy throwing money paper airplanes out of his high rise window.

  • Ted Heistman

    I used to live near a college football Stadium and took the same precautions every other week during footbal season!

  • BuzzCoastin

    about 30 years ago I worked in the retail trade
    the two days after Thanksgiving were then known as Two Big Days
    I don’t know exactly when Two Big Daze became Black Friday
    but the term is very apropos

  • PhoneWatcher

    What kind of phones are they after?

    • David Howe

      They don’t care. They just want to “win”

      • Adam Goodwin

        We’re all “winning”.

  • rtb61

    Ugly Americans, seriously pathetic.

  • shemsuhor72

    FEMA should hang WALMART signs over the entrance of their camps.

    • Adam Goodwin

      Classic. Thanks for the image!

  • DeepCough

    Wal-Mart: Expect less (of everything).

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