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No rest for the weary

More stores opening on Thanksgiving

November 28, 2013

In the not-too-distant future, stores might treat Thanksgiving like any other shopping day....

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Nov-30-13 10:51 PM

Ain't goin with the crowd but when i do i wish i could identify the stuff from the live in factory that romney highlighted. retail can be a grinder. why all the picking on wall-mart about wages. they may actually pay more than the average retailer and we all can benefit from the lower prices. high volume sales are the key to lower prices. dont't knock it.

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Nov-29-13 2:06 PM

Well then, hope you don't mind if we do the job for you, NT4M.

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Nov-28-13 1:42 PM

Data released Tuesday show CNN shedding 48 percent of total viewers since last November and MSNBC dropping 45 percent.

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Nov-28-13 1:16 PM

democrats . org

(forgot the spaces - too much food around here)

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Nov-28-13 1:15 PM

From democrats****

"Government cannot ensure a business’s success, but it can foster the conditions that support hiring of new workers by providing tax relief and increasing the availability of Small Business Administration (SBA) resources. President Obama has cut taxes for small businesses no fewer than eight times, and at President Obama’s direction the SBA has already administered more than 70,000 loans for businesses, providing those businesses with the capital they need to invest and grow.

"Under the Recovery Act, businesses that hire previously unemployed workers can receive tax cuts, and they also can write off the purchase of new equipment. In addition, many small businesses are eligible under the historic Affordable Care Act for tax credits to offset the costs of insuring employees."

NT4M, you need to take your president to task for being one of the "greedy pigs" who "put corporatism and capitalistic greed above everything else."

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Nov-28-13 10:56 AM

Next year, Black Friday is going to move up to the day after Halloween.

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Nov-28-13 7:18 AM

It would be funny as all get out if one of them hordes stampeded into the store grabbed the goods they want then stampede back out the door. One or two would get nabbed but the rest would be pretty happy. Happy Thanksgiving everybody!! Thank you God.

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