Following post is complete, totally, absolutely OT. The poster can not be held liable if you feel reading this post is just waste of time!
Although not celebrating Thanksgiving, the Black Friday in USA is always a big issue in my native Finland. It's traditionally the day when the Christmas sale begins all over the country, and Finnish media is always covering the day in the USA, as today's news show. Over 6 minutes in 30 minute news, it's a big issue!
(Diagonal text in background image: Joulumyynti > Joulu = Christmas, myynti = sale > Christmas sale)
(Text in foreground: Ostosinto kasvussa Yhdysvalloissa > ostosinto = shopping enthusiasm, kasvussa = is growing, Yhdysvalloissa = in the United States > Shopping enthusiasm is growing in the United States)
Journalist from Finnish broadcaster YLE at midnight in a shopping center in Virginia, reporting on Americans to wait the shop doors to open:
(Is that an iPad that geek on the right is holding? Let's hope he finds a bargain and buys a real PC on this Black Friday...)