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'Predictably hilarious': NYT asks readers for comments about Black Friday; 'Disease, doom and death' ensue

The New York Times asked readers what “Black Friday” means to them.


John Sexton of Breitbart.com tweeted out some of the responses, which are nothing short of … completely expected:



There are more on Sexton’s feed @VerumSerum.

Sexton later noted:

So some of these New York Times commmenters might actually be contributing to the Black Friday madness? Maybe the NYT will do a story about that.


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