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Posted at 12:20 PM ET, 11/27/2009

Black Friday: Cartoons we just can't discount

By Michael Cavna


Having slept off the tryptophan, the turducken and the television marathons, today we are enduring Black Friday -- America's second biggest unofficial holiday behind the Super Bowl. The chief difference between the two biggest "non-Hallmark" holidays being: On Super Bowl Sunday, 330-pound millionaires are delivering the body blocks and forearm shivers for several hours; on Black Friday, it's everyone else enduring unnecessary roughness.

So in the spirit of the Malling season, here's a quick gallery of Black Friday Cartoons (click below to go to the gallery):

BLACK FRIDAY CARTOONS:

BRIAN FAIRRINGTON:


PAT BAGLEY, Salt Lake Tribune:


R.J. MATSON: New York Observer & Roll Call:

JEFF PARKER, Florida Today:

By Michael Cavna  | November 27, 2009; 12:20 PM ET
Categories:  The Political Cartoon  
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