"Employees attempted to hold back the scrum of shoppers and pick up merchandise even as customers trampled the video games strewn on the floor"

By the Left Coast Rebel

Los Angeles is America's finest conglomeration of third world-esque urban sprawl, liberal sentimentality and insanity, filthy neighborhoods resembling Tijuana, Mexico; crime and dangerous roadways... that nevertheless aren't apparently nearly as dangerous as L.A. WalMarts on Black Friday.

Funny thing is, to be perfectly honest, when I read about pepper spraying, violence and mayhem, I thought, "I don't see rape in the headline" and the Occupoo movement automatically came to mind.

CBS News:

PORTER RANCH, Calif. - Twenty people, including children, were injured when a woman at a San Fernando Valley Walmart store used mace against other customers in what authorities referred to as a "competitive shopping" incident.

The Los Angeles Times reports that a scuffle broke out shortly before 10 p.m. Thursday night, just before shopping was to begin, among customers waiting to buy Xbox gaming consoles and Wii video games.

If you live in middle America, please read this article at the L.A. Times for an eye-opening glimpse into the third-world Los Angeles underworld.

Via Memeorandum.

4 comments:

  1. Wondering if we'll see "competitive shopping" at the Olympics...
    And did I get that right, Black Friday starts at 10 p.m. Thursday night?

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  2. Yes, John. Maybe we should we call the Occupoo movement "competitive" protesting too? :)

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  3. Occupoo plans on disrupting Christmas shopping at big box retailers. More evidence this was never about WS and always about O.

    Now we just need to constantly tie Obama to these freakazoids.

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  4. "competitive shopping"? Is this like, ya know, where it's at man?

    Like, ya know, self respect, decency, and the rule of law is part of the establishments plan to like ya know, keep the masses feeling guilty and controled. Fer sure anarchy is were its at man.

    Disgusting, simply beyond belief.

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