questionsdo you think black friday will be more dangerous…

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I doubt it will make it any more or any less dangerous. It doesn't have to be dangerous though, just keep out of the stores in the trashy areas of your town and people aren't as crazy.

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No because people will be too lazy after gorging themselves on their Thanksgiving feast.

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KMart is open all day long on Thanksgiving, not just after 8pm. Regardless, I don't think this makes Black Friday/Thanksgiving shopping any more dangerous, but I'm not dealing with the B&M crowds. Online only for me, then might hit up a Target or Walmart for leftovers in the afternoon/evening hours.

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I am glad I live in the safest large city in the US. The only dangers to holiday shopping are being run over by a car or a shopping cart driven by someone who's still half asleep. Being the one doing the running over. Rise in blood pressure due to getting up at 3am for a deal and finding it gone when you arrive.

My best Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping experiences are usually at KMart. They are well-stocked in the sale items, they put on lots of extra staff so there are helpful people on the sales floor to point you in the right direction. The cashiers are well-informed and empowered to make price changes at the register when the ring-up price doesn't jive with the advertised price. The employees are pleasant and friendly. I normally only shop at KMart during holiday sales so I don;t know what they are like most of the time, but I think they do a great job during this hectic season.

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No because people won't be so sleep deprived. Everyone should be well fed and rested, unlike at 4am when they've been in the cold all night.