Sunday, November 30, 2008 6:50:36 AM
I thought people stood in line. You know - some people show up early and get interviewed by local news crews about their dedication to get there so early. That way they are first in line and then the line files in when the doors are opened. That happened all over the country in hundreds of locations with no problem on Black Friday'. What made this line up different? Apparently there was no orderly line. The doors were not opened they were burst down from the pressing surge. This means each person pressing forward felt his place in line was not guarenteed by their time of arrival, but rather would be determined by pushing his way forward. He would have looked around himself at the other customers and said "These are not the sort of people that are going to honor my place in line". "I`m gonna have to push for my place". What sort of people were they?
Saturday, November 29, 2008 10:09:14 PM
A man lost his life...because a bunch of shoppers wanted to get into Wal Mart. And shop. Lost his life. Shoppers. Wal Mart. Shop. Now that is insane. Stupid people running over a man just to save money. UGh, iritates me so much...