Tom Coomer makes a pot of coffee at his home in Wagoner, Oklahoma, after a day of work at Walmart.
Tom Coomer makes a pot of coffee at his home in Wagoner, Oklahoma, after a day of work at Walmart. Nick Oxford For The Washington Post
Tom Coomer makes a pot of coffee at his home in Wagoner, Oklahoma, after a day of work at Walmart. Nick Oxford For The Washington Post

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  • A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness

    More than 90 million people take advantage of Black Friday deals, undeterred by the fact that more people are injured or killed in shopping-related accidents than by sharks each year. Here’s a look at last year's madness of Black Friday shopping at stores nationwide.