The Thanksgiving Day grinches: Kmart. Old Navy. Toys R Us. Walmart. Best Buy. Sports Authority. J.C. Penney. Kohl's. Macy’s. Sears. Target.
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) November 28, 2013
Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore is calling for a Thanksgiving Day boycott on chain stores that are open for business today.
He’s not the only one who is unhappy:
It's 4 in the morning why do I I have to work so early on thanksgiving
— Cody Tipton (@TheARTK_9) November 28, 2013
I don't see why I have to work tomorrow no one is going to McDonald's on thanksgiving. ?
— Bailee Whitmore (@_baileekapri) November 28, 2013
— TheBeardedOne (@BigTorb55) November 28, 2013
— Sara (@_saraellen) November 28, 2013
The fact that I just got home from work and I have to be back there at 7:45am tomorrow ?? WHO IS GOING TO GO TO THE YMCA ON THANKSGIVING???
— Jocelyn Biedrzycki (@jbiedrzycki45) November 28, 2013
Like I serously feel sorry for the people who have to work to serve all the hartless badtards that would go shopping on Thanksgiving
— Brandon (@goarcherb) November 28, 2013
I refuse to shop on Thanksgiving! Im sorry to those who have to work, & with that, companies open tomorrow will not receive 1 dime from me!
— Aaron Engelhart (@Aaengelhart) November 27, 2013
On the other hand, not everyone who has to work today is upset about it:
Instead of complaining that I have to work on thanksgiving ill just be thankful that I have a job
— Megan Guiseppe (@BOOTYCHINNN) November 28, 2013
Ok so I have to work on thanksgiving but that's ok holiday hours for me ?
— tatum chambers (@tatumchambers) November 28, 2013
I'm glad I work on thanksgiving, I don't got time to be dealing with some people fuckery
— Jeanette ✨ (@__Beeyouteeful) November 28, 2013
Off to work on this Thanksgiving AM, reflect on spending time with family. People complain about working today, we work all of them #DOC
— Scott Branch (@ktowngamblr) November 28, 2013
A poignant reminder: “there are soldiers deployed around the world who will spend their Thanksgiving maneuvering around IEDs trying to avoid being shot. Pardon me if I don’t have a spare tear to shed for the Walmart cashier who has to settle for Thanksgiving leftovers.”