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Brain-dead zombies lining up for a bargain they don't need

Brain-dead zombies lining up for a bargain they don't need

(3:17) Author and activist Mark Dice hurls drive-by insults at the brain-dead zombie shoppers lining up for a bargain on the day they call Black Friday.

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Guest: (1822 days ago)
No irony intended; well done Mark !
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No irony intended; well done Mark !
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Guest: placid flamingo (1822 days ago)
I like the way he drives by, rather than getting his pussy ass out of the probably Japanese car he's driving, to rationally argue his point...asshole!!
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I like the way he drives by, rather than getting his pussy ass out of the probably Japanese car he's driving, to rationally argue his point...asshole!!
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Guest: (1822 days ago)
Vaguely correct-ish message, shameful form of delivery and baseless/patronising assumptions about the people and their motivations. I won't be taken the friendly advice given to me at 2:04 very seriously, Amazon is too "mainstream" for me ;)
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Vaguely correct-ish message, shameful form of delivery and baseless/patronising assumptions about the people and their motivations. I won't be taken the friendly advice given to me at 2:04 very seriously, Amazon is too "mainstream" for me ;)
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Scoey101 Scoey101 (1820 days ago)
Latest comment: So it was basically an advert for his book?
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Latest comment: So it was basically an advert for his book?
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Guest: Surrey_Tidal_Wave (1821 days ago)
He is right. As he is right he is correct because the illumination that exists is in reality and people will follow nonsense in order to avoid the reality of the Lord and eternal hell fire. The one at SEARS was the best. They are morons he is correct. This goes for you to Brittish who buy goods from China slaves on Box day.
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He is right. As he is right he is correct because the illumination that exists is in reality and people will follow nonsense in order to avoid the reality of the Lord and eternal hell fire. The one at SEARS was the best. They are morons he is correct. This goes for you to Brittish who buy goods from China slaves on Box day.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1822 days ago)
Couple comments. 1. How does he know that the product they intend to buy are made in China? 2. How does he know if those people have the money to buy it or will have to go into debt for it? 3. He says they are buying things they don't need. How does he know they don't need it? Why else would they be buying something? If they don't need it, perhaps the person they are gifting it to does. 4. He promotes his own books on Kindle but the Kindle was made in China. Even the nookcolor is made in Taiwan.
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Couple comments. 1. How does he know that the product they intend to buy are made in China? 2. How does he know if those people have the money to buy it or will have to go into debt for it? 3. He says they are buying things they don't need. How does he know they don't need it? Why else would they be buying something? If they don't need it, perhaps the person they are gifting it to does. 4. He promotes his own books on Kindle but the Kindle was made in China. Even the nookcolor is made in Taiwan.
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Guest: (1821 days ago)
oh come on. that is not the point of his act. 1. most products are now made in china. i don't think these buyers are so conscious to look only for US made products. 2. people waiting during the night on holiday are only white trash. these people have usually no economical knowledge and thus are usually in debt. 3. there are many books about consumer psychology written about this.
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oh come on. that is not the point of his act. 1. most products are now made in china. i don't think these buyers are so conscious to look only for US made products. 2. people waiting during the night on holiday are only white trash. these people have usually no economical knowledge and thus are usually in debt. 3. there are many books about consumer psychology written about this.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1820 days ago)
1. Until 2010, most products were made in the US. China has only been in the #1 spot for 2 years. Source: LINK And, this is just a recent spike and America is already trying to call foul on their methods of getting business by manipulating their currency prices to make it cheaper to buy from China. Once our country is successful in proving that and making the proper declarations, we can begin charging tariffs on those Chinese products to make them more expensive and more competitive. In other words, expect this temporary spike to go below the US manufacturing line in the future. 2. People waiting during the night on a holiday are not necessarily white trash. I spoke to someone that waited for a store to open about why she did it and she said the prices were lower (on specific products) than ever before and could not get the product anywhere else cheaper -- even online. So these are people wanting to save some money. Not everyone is as rich as you are so they are willing to waste some of their time to save a couple bucks. 3. This isn't as much about consumer psychology as much as it is about marketing and how to better optimize profits. I did my time as a senior manager in a retail environment and i know what loss leaders are and why you give things away below costs. Not much to do with psychology as much as it is to get someone into your store in hopes of 1) getting them to buy something else that does have a profit margin. 2) having them notice other items your company sells in hopes of them coming back later if they need one of those other products. You can earn a life-long customer this way.
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1. Until 2010, most products were made in the US. China has only been in the #1 spot for 2 years. Source: LINK And, this is just a recent spike and America is already trying to call foul on their methods of getting business by manipulating their currency prices to make it cheaper to buy from China. Once our country is successful in proving that and making the proper declarations, we can begin charging tariffs on those Chinese products to make them more expensive and more competitive. In other words, expect this temporary spike to go below the US manufacturing line in the future. 2. People waiting during the night on a holiday are not necessarily white trash. I spoke to someone that waited for a store to open about why she did it and she said the prices were lower (on specific products) than ever before and could not get the product anywhere else cheaper -- even online. So these are people wanting to save some money. Not everyone is as rich as you are so they are willing to waste some of their time to save a couple bucks. 3. This isn't as much about consumer psychology as much as it is about marketing and how to better optimize profits. I did my time as a senior manager in a retail environment and i know what loss leaders are and why you give things away below costs. Not much to do with psychology as much as it is to get someone into your store in hopes of 1) getting them to buy something else that does have a profit margin. 2) having them notice other items your company sells in hopes of them coming back later if they need one of those other products. You can earn a life-long customer this way.
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Guest: Mix (1822 days ago)
Ironic that a banner comes up at 2:04 advertising his books on Amazon.
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Ironic that a banner comes up at 2:04 advertising his books on Amazon.
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Guest: (1823 days ago)
This man has a very small penis
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This man has a very small penis
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Guest: PG (1822 days ago)
He's good at multi-tasking, being both a prick and an arsehole.
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He's good at multi-tasking, being both a prick and an arsehole.
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Guest: (1823 days ago)
This man must have the smallest penis in the world to go out of his way to insult these people.
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This man must have the smallest penis in the world to go out of his way to insult these people.
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