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Mitch, Thanks for stopping by. Perhaps this will catch some rereads off guard, but I'm not much of a sucker for a bargain. I hate fighting through the crowds and sifting through piles of messy merchandise. I usually shy away from clothing stores until after Boxing Day. If I do shop on Boxing Day, I make a list in advance and stick to it. In was disappointed with my online experiences at a few other stores with Boxing Day promos, especially the one "under construction". Why are people suckers when it comes to bargains? I don't have all the answers. As for me, I like it when I can get the most for my hard-earned dollar. As for 2008, hopefully retailers will learn from this experience not make the same mistakes twice.

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