Our Crap, Our Shame and Maybe, One Day, An American Spring

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Abby Zimet

Ugh. Grotesque reports - of fistfights, gunshots, chaos, dispiriting WTF insanity - from today's feeding frenzy, American capitalism's crass version of good times. With small signs of pushback by labor and consumers alike, possible hope for the future and horrific supercuts of retail violence to remind us how far out there we've gone. Buy nothing, stay home, rake the leaves, read a book.

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