Hmmm….So could we have used last year’s news articles for this year as well….i mean sales were down 8%. People still cannot put bread on the table how are we to get clothes….sorry.
fix the economy first….we need jobs..jobs jobs..
it is so interesting though that ur cartoon for last year is still relevant.
I boycott “Black Friday,” and hope others start doing it, too. The dishonest advertising practices of retailers is pretty gross, in my opinions. “Let’s send out an ad to 500,000 people that we have a 50” LCD TV for $399, knowing we only have 5 in stock.” Yes, the people are at fault for falling for it, too, but it’s borderline false advertising and deliberately scandalous.
Sorry, misleading advertising is one of my hot buttons. I hate how stupid the corporations think (or know) the consumer is.
My wife is the smartest woman I know (I have been programmed to say such things), she does 85% of her christmas shopping AFTER christmas through January when things are like 90% off! So by the time Halloween rolls around, she’s done and wrapped. People seem to not realize how shallow those holiday sales really are!
Dear Bearman and Loony: I would like to propose a collaborative post that we can all post on our respective blogs…I came to this idea because I got to thinking about our talents:
Bearman talent: funny awesome cartoons
Loony: creative and funny news telling
My talent: well.. the list is endless but my contributing talent could be writing the dialogue of the event as my mind imagines it.. hehe
maybe we could pick something funny that Loony finds.. bearman draws maybe 2 or 3 scenes and I can put dialogue to it?