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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-28-2008, 03:19 PM Thread Starter
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Worst Black Friday ever

Are you fucking serious?

Worker dies after being trampled in black Friday stampede

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"He was bum-rushed by 200 people," said Jimmy Overby, 43, a co-worker. "They took the doors off the hinges. He was trampled and killed in front of me. They took me down too...I literally had to fight people off my back."

Is it wrong that last night I was watching Dawn of the Dead and thinking "yep- that's gonna be tomorrow morning." Although I'm not surprised this hasn't happened before. Goddamn, I don't miss working retail.

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Ridiculous. Poor guy. Every year someone is hurt by people rushing into a store on Black Friday.

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But people got to save a few bucks... totally worth it.

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This is why i don't go out, people are NUTS!!! Is it worth your or someone elses life to save a few bucks?

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I purposely do not do out this weekend and shop because I don't want to add to the bullshit that goes on out there.

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Poor guy...

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I don't think I have EVER shopped on Black Friday.
Just isn't worth it.....

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poor guy. this is why i don't head out on black friday. people need to calm down and realize they can find deals online if they look around
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Almost got trampled at the Best Buy by Woodfield couple years back. As soon as they opened they doors people from the back of the line bum rushed the door causing everyone else to panic and do the same.
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pisses me off because this is the SECOND year in a row with walmart black friday being an issue.


last year they exceeded fire code so people were banging on the doors freaking out.

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Drove past Wallymart on 83 last night around 10 pm, people were already lining up. Chaos....

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people are essentially cattle.

fat, noisy, they stink. thats why airline pilots are more like truck drivers hauling a bunch of cows and pigs behind em. now people even stampede like animals.

christmas kills.

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Did you see 2 people shot and killed each other at Toys R Us in Cali? WTF?!? Granted at least they didn't take anybody else with them, but there were a ton of people around them.
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I don't think I have EVER shopped on Black Friday.
Just isn't worth it.....
I passed by the Best Buy on 58 around 1825 earlier tonight and there was a bad pileup, where two cars were being taken away on a flatbed tow. I don't want to deal with the parking lots of idiots trying to ram you out of the way just for a closer parking space.

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We went out one year to see what it was all about. I want to say 2003. Even being the first people into many stores, almost everything was gone. Employees get first crack at most of the stuff. I also think some retailers bait n switch just to get people to come. Total waste of time. It wasn't my idea, I just went along. We never did the Black Friday thing before that and now never again.

As far as trampling, that's just disgusting. For what? To save a few dollars on some luxury items? People suck.
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I went shopping at 4:00pm today. No one was out and the sales were still going. Loved it.

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F8ck this black friday stuff. I have never shopped during any of those "sale hours" and do not plan to. Last year I drove my friend to the airport around 5am and on the way back decided to stop by at Sears just to see what it's all about. That sh!t was crazy people bumping into each other just to grab something off the shelf. Needless to say I did not buy anything, but that was a good amusement.

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i spend monies today... at the hobby shop no crowds, everything in the place appealed to me, friendly staff that knows me by name

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Stopped reading them after 10 posts. Really some truely stupid people posting there. Like the "If he was union, he would be protected" type remark. Or blaming walmart. Only one post I seen that was precide and that was the one saying the only people to blame are the idiots in the crowd.



Personally I would love to see cities put ordinances up prohibiting people from camping outside stores overnight.
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Stopped reading them after 10 posts. Really some truely stupid people posting there. Like the "If he was union, he would be protected" type remark. Or blaming walmart. Only one post I seen that was precide and that was the one saying the only people to blame are the idiots in the crowd.

Personally I would love to see cities put ordinances up prohibiting people from camping outside stores overnight.
I'd like to see that and some more self control from the industry over the perceived 'limited time' for sales that people tend to use to whip themselves up into a feeding frenzy that leads to situations like this...

Naturally, if the shoppers themselves had more self control and people did the simple thing of respecting each other's body space; stuff like this would never happen.... but that's too much to hope for....

So, we'll probably end up with more laws because many out there can't think for themselves.

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people are essentially cattle.

fat, noisy, they stink. thats why airline pilots are more like truck drivers hauling a bunch of cows and pigs behind em. now people even stampede like animals.

christmas kills.
I used to work retail, store associates should get long cattle prongs for the holiday seasons.

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The stores should be held responsible. If they are going to have these sales that they know will generate that type of crowd they should be forced to have the necessary equipment/manpower to make sure that things like this don't happen.

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2 gunmen kill each other in shootout at Toys R Us in Palm Desert

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Police and emergency personnel work outside a Toys R Us store in Palm Desert on Black Friday after two people were shot to death in the crowded toy store. The confrontation apparently involved rival groups, city officials said.
Police say the shooting was apparently sparked by a dispute between two couples who had 'previous hostility.' Other shoppers hide or flee in panic.
By Seema Mehta, Michelle Maltais and Kimi Yoshino
November 29, 2008
Reporting from Palm Desert and Los Angeles -- Most shoppers headed to the Toys R Us in Palm Desert on Friday morning clutching their "door buster" ads and their shopping lists. At least two men walked into the busy store armed with their guns.

Instead of the usual frantic chaos on Black Friday, the year's busiest shopping day, mayhem erupted in the electronics department about 11:30 a.m., leaving two men dead in a gunfight and crowds of shoppers ducking for cover.


Joan Barrick, 40, of Desert Hot Springs said she was buying a Barbie Jeep for her daughter when two women started brawling. As the women swung at each other, the men they were with also started arguing.

The younger of the two lifted up his shirt and flashed his handgun, pulling the grip from his baggy pants pocket. The other man yanked out his own handgun and started chasing him down the aisle and firing, witnesses said.

Barrick hid behind a stack of DVDs and recited the Lord's Prayer. "If I'm going to die, I need to make peace," she said. "A lot of people were crying. I was crying. We were all very, very scared."


As the two men ran shooting through the aisles, shoppers dumped their purchases. LaToya Jenkins, 20, had already bought a remote-control bike. She dropped it and ran. Others left behind shopping carts full of the bargain-priced toys they had come in search of.

Several witnesses saw the gunmen clearly. Some cried out warnings: "He has a gun!" and "ˇPistola! ˇPistola!" Barrick was so close she could see the smoking gun.

"This is horrible," said a shaken Sara Frahm, 25. "I'm never shopping on Black Friday again."

Clarisa Valerio, 45, of Thermal said that when the man first brandished his gun, she heard him threaten to kill the other. She didn't believe it was real. "Since we were in a toy store, I thought it was a toy gun," Valerio said in Spanish. "My husband pushed me and said: 'Let's go. Didn't you hear what he said?' "

As her husband started heading to safety, Valerio turned back when she remembered that her daughter, 18, was still checking on the price of a toy car set. The shooting started almost immediately.

"I was hysterical," Valerio said. "This man pushed me to the ground. He put his arms around me and his disabled wife and held me."

Riverside County sheriff's officials declined to release the names of the dead men, whose bodies were found near the front of the store. Police retrieved handguns on the floor near both of them.

"These guys ran into each other, they squared off against each other, they killed each other," said Sheriff's Capt. Daniel Wilham. "It's a miracle that these were the only two people killed, given it was a crowded toy store."

Wilham said it appeared there was some "previous hostility" between the two couples.

Even after the shooting, one woman was still screaming angrily. In raw video footage posted on the website for KESQ-TV Channel 3, the woman is being handcuffed and led to a police car. "I'm going to . . . kill you right now!" she shouted, slamming her fists on the car. "I'm going to kill you! Yeah, you!"

Toys R Us officials released a statement saying they were "outraged by the act of violence . . . and by the fact that anyone would compromise the safety and security of our customers and employees.

"Our understanding is that this act seems to have been the result of a personal dispute between the individuals involved. Therefore, it would be inaccurate to associate the events of today with Black Friday," the statement said.

In the first moments after the shooting subsided, the store became eerily quiet. Some people remained frozen in their tracks. Others tried to find the friends and family they had become separated from. Dozens of shoppers poured out a back emergency exit and fled to the nearest havens: a Jiffy Lube and a World Gym.

Saul Diaz, an assistant manager at Jiffy Lube, said a stampede of about 45 people ran into the store, a few distraught and crying. "They were running fast, straight into the car bays," he said. "There was a couple of ladies with little kids, about 3 years [old]. They were all pale. The kids were shouting, 'Mom, I'm scared.' "

One crying woman walked into the gym with an infant cradled in her arms.

Outside Pizza Hut, where witnesses were being interviewed, 3-year-old Landon Stitt sat on the grass munching on his pizza. He spoke matter-of-factly, almost as if he was describing a video game.

"I saw it," he said. "They were fighting. They were shooting." He shaped his fingers into a gun, then fired into the air.

As night fell, the coroner's office had still not removed the bodies from the store. But authorities said they expected Toys R Us to be open for business this morning.

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All this chaos and the deals arent even worth getting off the couch lol.

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Which is why I buy gift cards through the local parish school (Manna program). Less hassle, and the school gets a cut from it. (Of course, this year one needs to be careful which gift cards to get since we're all guessing which retailers wil still be in business in three months).

Besides, "word on the street" is to wait for better sales after Christmas.

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