Sadly that sounds like a lot of politicians who try to claim they are religious.
I’m seeing a kind of parallel here: where Good Friday observes the Crucifixion of Christ and Black Friday is kind of a crucifixion of the true meaning/reason Christ came into this world. And as Good Friday (Christ’s death) was followed was followed by hope with the resurrection of Christ on Easter Sunday, Black Friday (at least this year) is followed by the First Sunday in Advent where many Christians observe (look once again) with renewed hope at the coming of Christ into the world
What does one expect from a short, little, rotten, corrupt, loathsome FINK!
Black Friday Matters.
You know you’re still a little sleepy when it takes you a while to get the joke!
There’s no such thing as a bad Friday so they’re all good.
Target’s all out of TVsBest Buy has just two or threeWalmart will be the death of meBlack Friday at the mall
Barnes and Noble’s shelves are bareBed Bath & Beyond, I swearJust sell me something, I don’t careBlack Friday at the mall
Yesterday was greatNothing to do but vegetateNow I must confront my fate
The Fink can buy decorations for the dungeon.
For the retail business, Black Friday isn’t just a Good Friday, it’s the BEST Friday.
He just remembered he has to go riot at a Walmart.
It’s also Buy Nothing Day (the Friday after Thanksgiving). Ironic, isn’t it?
TRUE RELIGION…good song on the early Hot Tuna album titled Burgers
Black Friday, Taco Tuesday, Blue Monday – who cares – pass the leftover stuffing!
Since King Fink owns all the Department stores in ID, the ID-lings are correct.
Most Fridays are fairly good.
Black Friday: “The Philadelphia Police Department used the term given to the Friday following Thanksgiving Day, to describe the traffic jams and intense crowding of the downtown retail stores. Not surprisingly, retailers didn’t love the use of the gloomy term “Black Friday” to describe one of their biggest revenue days. So they put a positive spin on it. Like Lipstick On A Pig. “Black Friday joins a long list of days that have taken on new meaning over time,” “Retailers have little concern today with the origin of the name but have taken full advantage of its global recognition as a day (along with Cyber Monday) to make a significant portion of their yearly sales with one-day-only and door buster promotions.
Mastroianni and Hart