And you thought “Black Friday” in the U.S. is the epitome of grotesque and demeaning?

November 25, 2011 by  
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Then you haven’t seen this. For me, the best part of this show (if “best” can properly be used as an adjective in this case, which I don’t think it can) is the sustained expression of disbelief and consternation on the faces of the show’s judges. Oh, and I like the music.

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6 Responses to “And you thought “Black Friday” in the U.S. is the epitome of grotesque and demeaning?”
  1. Helene says:

    Reminds me of Looney Tunes cartoons, ie Wile E. Coyote getting bonked on time and time again, only the cartoons are funnier & cuter. Pretty lame excuse for ‘entertainment’.

  2. Sikh, Sikh, Sikh.

    For being so shocked — SHOCKED — during the macabre sado-masochism show, she sure applauds appreciatively at the end!

    And what Indian would be proud to see their flag waved by these goons? Can you imagine an America crowd’s reaction to Old Glory being waved after such a presentation?

  3. jeff says:

    I don’t get it.

  4. rebecca says:

    totally sick. and then they won something?

  5. Therese says:

    Just awful! YUCK…


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