Nov 27, 2009
Around midnight last night, Lyssa and I were on the road headed in the general direction of her parents' place in southern Pennsylvania. It's plain to see that there were no shortage of people who'd forsaken warmth and rest to invade the mall just outside of Carnegie, Pennsylvania the moment the stores opened for Black Friday '09. Witness:
The images are of rather low quality, which I apologize for. They were taken through the windscreen of the TARDIS late last night with the defogger running full blast. The highway running in the opposite direction was at an utter standstill with parked motor vehicles as far as the eye could see. We calculated that the line of cars waiting to enter the parking lot of Tanger Outlets stretched for three or four miles.
I hope you got some good deals, folks.