It didn't take long for the non-stop assault of Black Friday commercials on cable television to get to me. After a while I couldn't take it anymore.
Here's what I ended up watching that night, the decade that made us on the national geographic channel (natgeotv.com). It turned out to be a fascinating documentary on the 1980's, the decade that turned out, not ironically, to be a greed filled capitalistic dream come true.
I found out some amazing things like Ronald Reagan based part of his campaign on the movie Back to the Future, and Tetris was created by a guy in Moscow at the height of the cold war...
Now that it's Cyber Monday, I'm glad that it's almost all over.
I don't mean the holidays, just the bombardment of more more more.
There are five different Santa Clauses on both my neighbor's lawns across the street. My daughter said they should make a law, only one Santa allowed at each house. That way it'd be more believable. I think there should be one less black friday allowed, that way America would be more believable..