Do I really need to write about this?
One of the great things about Thanksgiving Day is that it was always one of the few days of the year where most people had the day off specifically to spend time with their families and give thanks. It's pretty amazing when you think of it, a day set aside to simply pause... and reflect.
Somewhere along the way things changed. I think the trend started in the 90s, when the media started to draw attention to the fact that retailers considered the next day to be a turning point in their sales, the day they started to turn a profit and hence "Black Friday" was born.
Year after year, the hype over "Black Friday" grew in the media, as stories of early morning shoppers stampeding into stores at 6am to get their hands on deep discounted "Doo... [More]
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