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spentmiles: My family and my wife's family are Jehovah Witnesses, so we'd don't have to buy them shiat. I love getting my kids and their kids together after Christmas. My kids are playing with whatever awesome toys they got while Door Knocker Jr and his bike riding sister are acting out scenes from the bible with bags of sand. Say what you will about organized religion, but Jehovah Witnesses have to be the biggest losers of them all. No wonder they have to seduce Guatemalans and Fillipinos directly off the plane. No one with two nickles to rub together or a lick of sense would sign up for a religion that doesn't let you have cake and presents on your birthday. Do you really think christ gives a fark if you blow out a candle and open up a few gifts? If that's seriously a concern for your religion, then your belief system has the depth of a baby pool. I hope they all end up in hell with the farking Amish.
Godscrack: What's wrong with 'Black Monday'?
themasterdebater: Have we come up with a term for Tuesday yet?
mod3072: Unlike Black Friday though, I don't get arrested for shopping naked on Cyber Monday.
styxroxhades: For all of the arrogance coming from online Christmas shoppers, yes you're so intelligent to be able to avoid crowds.
CujoQuarrel: mod3072: Unlike Black Friday though, I don't get arrested for shopping naked on Cyber Monday.Well, I did . Those people at Starbucks are awfully up tight these days .
BigBooper: My family now does all non-food, and non-clothing shopping online. If you don't eat it, and you don't have to try it on, there is no reason to step foot in a store these days.
styxroxhades: Two thoughts1: Hasn't the concept of 'cyber Monday' been debunked as myth and it's not the most popular day of online shopping, but a marketing ploy for the sheep pictured above?2. For all of the arrogance coming from online Christmas shoppers, yes you're so intelligent to be able to avoid crowds. You also help a system that provides one local job, the mailman, and by extension one person earning a taxable wage putting money back into your economy. The rest will go out of city, county, state, and country. Instead try supporting the owner of the store, the employee he/she hires to sell to you, the property owner they rent from, the landscaping company they hire to plow snow and mow the lawn, and if possible the local manufacturer that created the product. Keep your money local and it will come back to you in the from of a stronger community with a larger tax base providing a higher standard of living. Or buy Wisconsin products from Wisconsin companies. We'd be happy to have your money.
trappedspirit: How does one experience SHOPPING HELL from the comfort of your home?
ChuDogg: One item bought recently was a showerhead from some company called AnaBath. This thing seriously rocks and is made by some company in California.
Kimpak: I'm way too cool to shop for things.
CygnusDarius: Well, there's always the Steam sales, when it comes to games, so there's that :).
middleoftheday: trappedspirit: How does one experience SHOPPING HELL from the comfort of your home?"The Man"
middleoftheday: styxroxhades: For all of the arrogance coming from online Christmas shoppers, yes you're so intelligent to be able to avoid crowds.Well. I think that whole thing can comfortably be taken with a large grain of salt. Keep in mind that many people here take pride in avoiding having to deal with other human beings just while doing regular grocery shopping.
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