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Nov 2015
Black Friday to me being “Red Caution Friday”
Retailers wanting consumers to buy
Take home their products and give them a try
But the question is always why?
But sometimes things get out of hand
Seems many people feel they are the most important in demand
In fact, some consumers make it their caravan
In seems, some consumers think the so called bargains are made just for them
Remember products are not yours until you purchase
No need to push and shelve
It’s respect with everything to think of
The retailers want to sell what cannot be sold
Some consumers think it is truly a sale and act bold
They use the lines as their threshold
The retailers are selling in what they don’t want
The consumers just chant
In fact they get defiant
Some consumers constantly fall into the retailers trap
But when you think about it, it is nothing but crap
Now don’t get me wrong
Some things that are being sold are exactly strong
But throughout, Consumers must understand how to get along
Black Friday sounds more like a “Death Sentence”
A one day affair brings out the preserver
The whole shopping experience turns into fear
Watch what you buy and see other Consumers in respect being I to I
I know a lot of readers will say so what and why
The question is not why, but treating others the way you would want to be treated
The term “Black Friday” doesn’t mean every consumer for them selves
Think about others and not self
Happy Shopping and survive!
Written by
preservationman  New York City
(New York City)   
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