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    Savages indeed. Every once in a while we see the warning signs of what our society is really like down to the core.


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    Since they want to act like cattle, arm the door opener with a cattle prod. A few jolts with one of those should get the crowds attention!
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Since they want to act like cattle, arm the door opener with a cattle prod. A few jolts with one of those should get the crowds attention!
    Cool, a chain reaction electrocution, easy to clean up with a snowplow.



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    I work for this company and figured it was only a matter of time before a fatality took place on this day. Still very disturbing, seeing the value we place on human life. We trade treasure for trash.

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    I should say the general populous of sheeple, not the people of this forum.

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    What the heck is wrong with people now a days? Good God. What a meaningless and hollow death. I feel for the Walmart employee's family. The Christmas season will forever have a bad association for them now.
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    I just don't understand stuff like this. And the stores promote this kind of behavior by playing to the crowds.

    Really senseless if you ask me. I wonder if there will be a tally kept as to the number of deaths and injuries from this black Friday frenzy. All we can hope is that one day people and stores will come to their senses.
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    3 thus far. Two other people were shot to death in a Toys R Us. Didn't catch the details on that one.

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    Just heard on the news: there was a shoot out in the toys r us in CA. b/n 2 men.

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    News like this just makes me sick............I guess there really are allot of sheeple in the world. I wouldn't consider them human at this point.

    I hope they realize they killed a man to save a few bucks on a TV.

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