Now, I didn't experience this level of chaos and obnoxiousness last night as I ventured out with my family for Black Friday/Darkest Timeline Thursday shopping—the Walmart that I spent too much of my life at last night didn't get all that violent last night, for instance—but from what I've seen, there's been a fair amount of rowdiness at America's shopping centers over the past 24 hours.
This supercut of Black Friday violence has it all: brawling, stampeding, yelling, general camera-whoring; basically, it's everything that you might want to watch on the internet and not experience in person.
Thankfully, Black Friday is nearly over. If you're still thinking about heading out tonight to take advantage of a few deals, do yourself a favor and be careful—you don't want to end up as part of next year's supercut of madness.
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