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Loretta A. Ragsdell asks:
"No. Money is funny. I might go later. If I did go out, it would probably be to Wal-Mart or Target. I usually don't go out on Black Friday. Somebody else usually goes for me."
"Maybe I'll go to Toys R Us. I'll probably go at midnight when the sales begin. I'm looking for toys for my daughter, an Easy Bake oven or a bike."
"No, because I am broke. I'm still making plans in the next three years to attend. I have a 14 year-old son, and by that time, he'll be approaching 18, then he can pitch in and buy my stuff."
"Yes, I going out on Black Friday. I'll probably go to Wal-Mart; I'm going to all stores. I'm going to the mall. I have about three or four gifts to get, but I'm shopping basically for everybody. I'm trying to get all sales. I know there'll be some blow out sales. I'm going early, so I can get great sales for the holidays."
"It will probably be in the morning. Even though there will be lines and crowds, it won't be that large of a crowd compared to the afternoon. I going to H H Gregg to get some games for my son's Play Station Three. I'll probably just get some clothes for my daughter."
"If I go out, it will just be I'm running to the store to get something right quick and come back home. It's just too many people that's gonna be out there shopping, and I don't want to be one of them in the way because I am broke. I might run out to get something to drink or eat and go back into the house. I don't want to be in nobody's way."