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2012-11-23 01:15:47 PM
ATTENTION K-MART SHOPPERS! CARS, PICK-UPS AND VANS ARE NOW ON SALE IN THE PARKING LOT. SOME WITH THEIR OWN KEYS, OTHERS WITH BROKEN WINDOWS. GET YOURS BEFORE THEY SELL OUT!
 
2012-11-23 03:37:36 PM
Someone else read Tucker Max's book I see.
 
2012-11-23 03:39:40 PM
Sadly, his message is lost on these retards.
 
2012-11-23 03:40:41 PM
On his other hand, did he have a bucket? 

//I am still awesome.
 
2012-11-23 03:43:39 PM

"You could shop, wait in long lines, and get frustrated on Black Friday...or you could buy a bullhorn and have some fun..."


Or I could do neither and stay home instead to eat leftovers and relax on my day off. Guy soulded like a jerk and it would have been funnier if the cops in front of the store had arrested him.

 
2012-11-23 03:47:44 PM
BULLHORNS ARE ALWAYS FUN. YOU SEE, I LOVE HAVING EVERYTHING COME AT ME HUGE AND LOUD ALL OF THE TIME. THERE IS NO NEED TO EXCLUDE EVERY OTHER DAY EXCEPT BLACK FRIDAY. YOU CAN SEE HOW NOT AWESOME THIS CAN'T POSSIBLY BE, RIGHT? RIGHT? RIGHT? fark YOU! RIGHT?
 
2012-11-23 03:48:08 PM
I can't wait in lines on black friday because it requires standing too close to people who are different.
 
2012-11-23 03:48:21 PM
Farked in under 1000 clicks. Nice work!
 
2012-11-23 03:48:33 PM
Well, that link didn't last long...
 
2012-11-23 03:50:01 PM
Ya'll Farkers broke the link worse than a stampeded Wal-mart greeter.
/has that happened yet this year?
 
2012-11-23 03:50:14 PM
The funny thing is that the shoppers would like to get that guy, but nobody wants to lose their place in line so they just stand there.
 
2012-11-23 03:54:10 PM
BULLHORNS DON'T WORK ON HEAVY METAL FANS. WE'RE ALL HALF DEAF BY OUR LATE 20'S AND PRETTY MUCH BUSY DRINKING. BUT HEY, COULD SOMEONE PICK UP THE NEW FFERYLLT CD FOR ME WHILE YOU ARE OUT AND I STEALTHILY RAID YOUR LIQUOR CABINETS? THANKS, CRAZY PEOPLE.
 
2012-11-23 03:55:50 PM
www.dadisp.com
What the link may look like.
 
2012-11-23 03:57:08 PM
I love the stupid cow who came out and tried to censor him. "You're making these shoppers feel uncomfortable!" That's the point, twat.
 
2012-11-23 04:01:16 PM
Is the link farked already?
 
2012-11-23 04:01:24 PM
HI I'M BILLY MAYS!
DO YOU HAVE PROBLEMS WITH FARKED LINKS!? DO YOU LIKE BULLHORNS!? BOY DO I HAVE A PRODUCT FOR YOU!
 
2012-11-23 04:01:41 PM
Here is a man in desperate need if a good ass-kicking.
 
2012-11-23 04:03:03 PM
For all my ex-wife's faults, she was wise enough to prohibit me from purchasing a bullhorn or megaphone or pretty much any voice-amplifying device.

... and now I know what I'm buying myself for Christmas.
 
2012-11-23 04:03:20 PM

LeroyBourne: Ya'll Farkers broke the link worse than a stampeded Wal-mart greeter.
/has that happened yet this year?


They keep the greeters and door openers to the sides now, out of the way of the stampede. They tie a string to the door hand and pull them open from a safe location now.
 
2012-11-23 04:04:11 PM

JesusJuice: Here is a man in desperate need if a good ass-kicking.


Love thy neighbor indeed, Jesus.
 
2012-11-23 04:05:37 PM
WE ARE STRICTLY ENFORCING OUR DRESS CODE OF PAJAMA PANTS AND SLIPPERS. THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING WALMART!
 
2012-11-23 04:11:07 PM

LarryDan43: WE ARE STRICTLY ENFORCING OUR DRESS CODE OF PAJAMA PANTS AND SLIPPERS. THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING WALMART!


Are my pajama jeans ok?

i.walmartimages.com
 
2012-11-23 04:15:58 PM
I tried to find the vid on youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxyrBwhTo48

Is this it?
 
2012-11-23 04:16:01 PM
img855.imageshack.us
 
2012-11-23 04:16:35 PM
Link is farked : /
 
2012-11-23 04:20:59 PM
I SAID: THE NUDE WENCH IS STUCK!
 
2012-11-23 04:22:10 PM

itcheyness: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxyrBwhTo48


I was really hoping that he would say something a lot funnier rather then right wing bullshiat.

YOU ARE NOT SAVING ANY MONEY BUYING GOODS YOU DO NOT NEED. YOU ARE NOT GETTING A GREAT DEAL.

The bit about credit card debt was pretty damn good, as well as the line about workers, but Illuminati? The fiscal cliff? Hyperinflation? fail, fail, fail.
 
2012-11-23 04:22:43 PM

I Like Shiny Things: I can't wait in lines on black friday because it requires standing too close to people who are different.


....word
 
2012-11-23 04:26:41 PM

serial arseonist: LarryDan43: WE ARE STRICTLY ENFORCING OUR DRESS CODE OF PAJAMA PANTS AND SLIPPERS. THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING WALMART!

Are my pajama jeans ok?


Well, yeah, if you want to look like some elitist snob...
 
2012-11-23 04:27:25 PM
Stupid dude yells at other stupid dudes. Amazing!
 
2012-11-23 04:38:36 PM
This link seems to work...


http://forum.grasscity.com/general/1140014-guy-heckles-black-friday-s h oppers-line-bullhorn.html
 
2012-11-23 04:46:50 PM
Link to YouTube video: http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=qxyrBwh To48&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D qxyrBwhTo48%26
 
2012-11-23 04:53:47 PM

fluffy2097: itcheyness: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxyrBwhTo48

I was really hoping that he would say something a lot funnier rather then right wing bullshiat.

YOU ARE NOT SAVING ANY MONEY BUYING GOODS YOU DO NOT NEED. YOU ARE NOT GETTING A GREAT DEAL.

The bit about credit card debt was pretty damn good, as well as the line about workers, but Illuminati? The fiscal cliff? Hyperinflation? fail, fail, fail.


I came in here to say this as well. Some of his points are reasonable and clear, but then he muddies the waters with the "illuminati" bullshiat.

I can't help but think that someone - perhaps even several people here - could do this with more cutting wit and less conspiratorial bombast.

Ah well, there's always next year.

/OR IS THERE?
//Yes. Yes, there is.
 
2012-11-23 04:54:00 PM
img820.imageshack.us
 
2012-11-23 05:03:40 PM
So, let me make sure I got this right. In the video he's driving around and using a bullhorn to berate people and call them names because they're waiting to buy stuff. Then the end of the video is basically an ad for his book that he's selling on Amazon.

Mixed messages much?
 
2012-11-23 05:19:40 PM

fluffy2097: itcheyness: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxyrBwhTo48

I was really hoping that he would say something a lot funnier rather then right wing bullshiat.

YOU ARE NOT SAVING ANY MONEY BUYING GOODS YOU DO NOT NEED. YOU ARE NOT GETTING A GREAT DEAL.

The bit about credit card debt was pretty damn good, as well as the line about workers, but Illuminati? The fiscal cliff? Hyperinflation? fail, fail, fail.


Notice the book advertisement at the end?
 
2012-11-23 05:41:19 PM
Since the link doesn't work I'm going to guess this is the guy running around calling people zombies?

Might want to look him up. Because if what I read about him in only 30 seconds of searching is true then the people he's yelling at are all... ALL... smarter and more well informed than he is.
 
2012-11-23 06:18:28 PM

randomjsa: Since the link doesn't work I'm going to guess this is the guy running around calling people zombies?

Might want to look him up. Because if what I read about him in only 30 seconds of searching is true then the people he's yelling at are all... ALL... smarter and more well informed than he is.


Perhaps, but "idiots lining up to buy stuff they don't need with money they don't have" sums up this whole phenomenon pretty nicely.
 
2012-11-23 07:07:30 PM

gilgigamesh: Perhaps, but "idiots lining up to buy stuff they don't need with money they don't have" sums up this whole phenomenon pretty nicely.


True I suppose.

45% of people in a recent poll would like to opt out of Christmas. Working on year four of that myself though some family whine about it.

'What do you want for Christmas?' 'The same thing I'm getting everyone else. Absolutely nothing. Let's do the togetherness and dinner thing and forgo the rest.'
 
2012-11-23 10:15:39 PM
Unfortunately he's pretty much correct.

The more we allow easy money and credit and individuals to run up debt, the worse this country will get.

I remember when I went to college in the late 90s, I got a CC and my folks had to co-sign for it and the limit was $500. Now any kid can get a CC pretty much anywhere from any store with thousands of dollars in credit.

With credit you create false demand for goods and services and when the music stops, the cost of those goods and services usually has been inflated to artificial levels due to the easy money/credit (see housing, etc).
 
2012-11-23 11:56:48 PM

JC22: Unfortunately he's pretty much correct.

The more we allow easy money and credit and individuals to run up debt, the worse this country will get.

I remember when I went to college in the late 90s, I got a CC and my folks had to co-sign for it and the limit was $500. Now any kid can get a CC pretty much anywhere from any store with thousands of dollars in credit.

With credit you create false demand for goods and services and when the music stops, the cost of those goods and services usually has been inflated to artificial levels due to the easy money/credit (see housing, etc).


Free will is a biatch.
 
2012-11-24 12:32:52 AM

JC22: Unfortunately he's pretty much correct.

The more we allow easy money and credit and individuals to run up debt, the worse this country will get.

I remember when I went to college in the late 90s, I got a CC and my folks had to co-sign for it and the limit was $500. Now any kid can get a CC pretty much anywhere from any store with thousands of dollars in credit.

With credit you create false demand for goods and services and when the music stops, the cost of those goods and services usually has been inflated to artificial levels due to the easy money/credit (see housing, etc).


You know how I know you don't understand the basics of economics?
 
2012-11-24 12:41:10 AM

Snarcoleptic_Hoosier:
You know how I know you don't understand the basics of economics?



Since I pretty much think like OP, could you spell it out slowly for my retarded mind ?
 
2012-11-24 02:26:41 AM

serial arseonist: LarryDan43: WE ARE STRICTLY ENFORCING OUR DRESS CODE OF PAJAMA PANTS AND SLIPPERS. THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING WALMART!

Are my pajama jeans ok?

i.walmartimages.com



I love the sizing: Small fits sizes 6 - 8. Christ, what would an XL accommodate?
 
2012-11-24 02:56:24 AM

Mad_Flyer: Snarcoleptic_Hoosier:
You know how I know you don't understand the basics of economics?


Since I pretty much think like OP, could you spell it out slowly for my retarded mind ?


Certainly. Credit is itself a means to an end. Easier access to credit allows for a greater purchasing ability for the consumer in a rational demand curve (Rational meaning they are bound by the normal restrictions of money limits - People like the Walton or Gates families are beyond the curve and are an entirely different subsection of economic theory). With access to credit, an individual's possibilities are magnified beyond the scope of those in a cash-only setting.

Some functions of credit provide net positives (owning a home, buying a car, going to school, getting a loan to start a small business, etc) when the one with the debt turns the capital into a long term source of income and wealth. Some functions of credit are direct drains on the consumption class (payday loans for example), since the higher interest and penalties shuffles upward to the capital class without providing a stimulative effect other than a justification for continuing existing businesses. Such a system is inherantly flawed since for those on the absolute bottom rungs, there are no other sources of available credit (and perhaps justifiably so at times) besides high risk. It becomes a tax on being poor since anyone in a more solid financial setting does not need to use payday advance loans.

Where JC22 is wrong, however, is the lumping of all credit into the same category and declaring it a negative on society. Thrift is the antithesis of a consumption-based system, but it is necessary for long term economic stability for the individual (which is why Keynesianism is for MACRO-scale decisions). And consumption-based systems can only sustain themselves if ALL income levels are forced to artificially consume - pass a law requiring those outside the normal demand curve for consumer goods to spend the same proportion of income for product X (clothes, food, gas, computer parts, etc) as a poor person. Without the forced consumption, the marginally propensity to save becomes exponentially greater as total wealth increases and income stagnates in the upper echelons. That's been happening since the 80s and it DOES NOT WORK for the long term.

A rational economist supports credit as a means, but also realizes that the way to keep growth in the face of globalization and almost zero price floor for labor is to innovate and educate, not cut credit access. A smarter workforce is more productive (and also significantly less likely to need the high risk services I outlined earlier) and stable. In time, consumption trends for an established consumer class can be discovered and the capital class can resume earning profit on the added value through owning labor.

The downside to that plan is it is very boring. There is NOTHING exciting about regulated, safe growth with moderately predictable returns and income extrapolation. People hate that. But blaming the problem of income stagnation for the consumption class on the availability of credit without understanding the fundamentals of derived value through labor is idiotic. In no uncertain terms, it is idiotic.

Austrian theory only works when everyone starts off equally and all labor is fungible.
 
2012-11-24 03:19:44 AM
Heckles black Friday shoppers...

...Still managers to be the bigger douchebag.
 
2012-11-24 01:53:16 PM
While I too feel bad for the store employees who have to work on Thanksgiving, would chew glass before I went shopping on black Friday or Thanksgiving night, and tend to look down on people who do... I'd choose black Friday shoppers 7 days a week and twice on Sunday over a self-righteous, attention whore prick who thinks it's cool to go accuse a bunch of strangers of being evil morons to their faces just because they're trying to get some deals Thanksgiving night.

I'm fairly sure movie theaters are open Thanksgiving too. Why doesn't this jackarse go heckle movie-goers for oppressing theater employees. Or go door to door and berate football fans because they're causing NFL stadium workers in 3 cities to miss their thanksgiving meal. I don't doubt he would plan this for next year if he could figure out how to get a crowd to watch.
 
2012-11-24 06:41:12 PM

Bottomfeeder: serial arseonist: LarryDan43: WE ARE STRICTLY ENFORCING OUR DRESS CODE OF PAJAMA PANTS AND SLIPPERS. THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING WALMART!

Are my pajama jeans ok?

i.walmartimages.com


I love the sizing: Small fits sizes 6 - 8. Christ, what would an XL accommodate?


18, according to the size chart.
 
2012-11-24 08:41:46 PM
Those fools lining up at big-box doors on "Black Friday" are disgusting.
 
2012-11-26 09:58:42 AM

Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: JC22: Unfortunately he's pretty much correct.

The more we allow easy money and credit and individuals to run up debt, the worse this country will get.

I remember when I went to college in the late 90s, I got a CC and my folks had to co-sign for it and the limit was $500. Now any kid can get a CC pretty much anywhere from any store with thousands of dollars in credit.

With credit you create false demand for goods and services and when the music stops, the cost of those goods and services usually has been inflated to artificial levels due to the easy money/credit (see housing, etc).

You know how I know you don't understand the basics of economics?


You know how I know you don't understand the end result of a debt economy?
 
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