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  • Updated: December 31, 1969 - 6:00 PM
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wileyrulesOct. 15, 13 4:14 AM

Sorry to see this happen to all my friends working those Hellish hours, but you could see it coming for years.

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brianjapanOct. 15, 13 4:28 AM

Why not, at midnight the holiday is over. Hopefully, I will be sleeping at that hour.

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jocksterOct. 15, 13 6:45 AM

Greed isn't it a beautiful sight!!!

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fwallenOct. 15, 13 6:46 AM

I know one employee of Dayton's/ Macy's who is quitting over this change. I wonder how many more will quit. Macy' is on a glide path to history.

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tflinnOct. 15, 13 6:48 AM

Why not say we will open at 0600 on Black Friday and have the best sales on the best merchandise. I know this is a combination of stores trying to get a leg up on each other and moron consumers. Consumers I might add who no longer understand or value the meaning of the Thanksgiving Holiday. To them it is simply a Holiday to shop and to heck with anything else.

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sailing64Oct. 15, 13 6:49 AM

wileyrules - If they don't like those "hellish hours" why are they in retail in the first place? Just because those hours don't suit you (or me for that matter) doesn't mean its not for someone and you to have a pity-party for someone who probably isn't even asking for it.

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prozendaalOct. 15, 13 6:51 AM

Just another gimmick that now turns two family holidays into something that they shouldn't be.

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circleoflifeOct. 15, 13 7:05 AM

To anyone complaining about these hours, get over it. This is due to consumer demand, not greed or taking away from families. You don't have to shop there. You don't have to work there. It's a free country meaning your free to make a choice. If you want to get angry at anyone, it's the public for making this happen. Boycott and don't go. They won't open at that time next year.

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lakeelmo99Oct. 15, 13 7:15 AM

Macys' executives living in Manhattan will be sound asleep while their retail minions toil away through the night. Sounds like the Christmas spirit to me!

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shortraderOct. 15, 13 7:27 AM

Don't blame the retailers for making their workers work on holidays. Quit lining up at the doors on holidays and this silliness would end quickly.

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