It’s the 2012 Annual Running of the Sheep in America, and this year has shaped up to be much like those of Black Friday’s past – long lines, stampedes, fights, pepper sprayings, shootings, arrests and total madness.
Watch as Americans the country over fight for cheap, off-brand, worthless products that’ll be broken by this time next year.
“I will stab one of you motherf**kers!”
Cop: “I got the Walmart Shift”
Via LiveLeak: This guy got slammed so hard he went straight out.Man put two games under his shirt because his grandson got knocked down and hurt in the rush and he needed his hands to help his grandson. A cop saw and immediately arrested him for shoplifting. The man was cooperating while the cop was putting on the handcuffs. The cop out of no where tripped the man and bashed his head nose first into the ground knocking him out and there is blood everywhere. The cop did not know how to care for the man so someone that was there shopping had to help get blood out the mans airways.
Walmart: 10PM Thanksgiving day: Fights, Flip-Out and Pass-Out:
Arrest: “Please Stop! I didn’t do anything!”
Target: Man gets trampled by rush through the doors – Is it really worth it to get a good deal if you break a leg or worse on your way through the doors?
Victoria’s Secret: Masses rush the doors in search of cheap lingerie:
Grown men fighting over a convertible toy car
Snow, Freezing Temperatures Long Lines:
Walmart: Dumb people fighting for smart phones:
Mark Dice Bullhorns Shoppers Waiting in Line: “You are so ignorant you brain dead Zombies”
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Read by 24,483 people Date: November 23rd, 2012 Website:www.SHTFplan.com
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