Unless you've been stranded on a desert island or chose to be ignorant by only watching reality TV, you'll know that feminism and the family courts are and have been destroying the American family structure. What you may not know, or what doesn't really get discussed as much it should, is that the holiday season is also destroying the American family structure. It is well known that the holiday season in the U.S. is a depressing and stressful time. What is supposed to be a joyous and festive season of giving can easily be a period of disillusionment and resentment. There are many driving factors behind this season stirring up animosity between family members.
The insane shopping day, Black Friday, especially in very recent years, is the biggest culprit of the holiday season that is ruining the American family. The day after Thanksgiving is mired in civilization being compromised by human beings, or arguably pathetic excuses for homo sapiens, becoming troglodytes "out in the wild", fighting with, and trampling on other shoppers for the sake of finding bargains on otherwise expensive items. Think of how much sense this makes, especially for you religious zealots. Let's celebrate Jesus's birthday by heading out to the mall, and in the process, vying with other drivers for that coveted parking spot, and then having total disregard for other people while shopping for a gift for those loved ones. On Black Friday, before the stores even open up, people can be found out in front of the stores or out in the parking lot, camped out for several hours, waiting anxiously for the doors to open so they can be the first to get that $99 flat screen that will contribute to them being a couch potato the rest of the year.