Black Friday happened, and e’erybody lost their damn minds!!!


Let’s start in the Seattle area, where a Nike Factory Outlet store got raided by about 20k customers who didn’t give one single eff about putting shiz back on the shelves after trying it on.  They made a damn mess! Videos and photos shared on social media show hundreds of orange Nike and black Brand Jordan boxes that were strewn across the floor, as well as the sneakers that were contained in them, and cardboard and other packaging scraps.  WTF, people????


Moving down the coast to Modesto, a fight broke out in the Vintage Faire Mall and was caught on camera.  No reports of injuries.

Four seperate shootings happened over Black Friday weekend.  One at a New Jersey Macy’s, two Tennessee malls and another one at a Nevada Walmart — killed two people and wounded four more. All the attacks happened outside of the stores as holiday shoppers inside loaded up on door busters and deals.  Demond Cottman, 21, was killed outside the Macy’s in Atlantic County, NJ.  Also found at the scene was the victim’s 26-year-old brother, Shadi Cottman, of Clayton, NJ, suffering from a gunshot wound to his leg. He was transported to the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center—City Division, where he remains in stable condition.  Yikes… In Reno, a Walmart shopper was shot and killed just minutes after Black Friday door busters began on Thursday night, in an apparent fight over a parking spot.  A 21-year-old Tennessee man was critically wounded in a Thursday night shooting in front of Memphis’s Wolfchase Galleria Mall.  Derrick Blackburn, 19, was arrested in relation to that shooting, cops said.   JJJJJJJJJJJEEEEEEEEEEEEZZZZZZZZZUUUUUUUUUUSSSSSSSSSSS….. STOP IT!


A restaurant specializing in southern Russian food has starting serving up a rat burger… YUM! Er no? hahaha. Well, not officially a rat, as we think of them.  It’s made from nutria meat and nutria liver, which is a semi-aquatic rodent similar in appearance to an otter and often valued for fur.  The nutria burger sells for 550 rubles or $8.50. I’d try it… with tons of ketchup. LOL.  It does look damn good.