November 26th, 2010

It’s Black Friday: skip the crowds, use neo-neocon at Amazon for your gift-giving

It’s the day after Thanksgiving, otherwise known as Black Friday. The day to wait patiently in store lines for bargains—in-between bites of turkey salad sandwich, doses of Tums, and the famous ritual of making turkey carcass soup.

But neo-neocon readers needn’t wait in those lines if you (act of shameless self-promotion coming up) just use neo-neocon as the portal for your Amazon holiday gift purchases. Click on any of the Amazon widgets in the right sidebar, and everything you buy during that visit will send a tiny bit of money my way, and it won’t cost you an extra cent.

So relax and just eat those leftovers to your heart’s content. And I hope that you, unlike me, have access to pecan pie. My sister-in-law, who is a cook extraordinaire, doesn’t like the stuff and so we never have it when we’re at her place. But it’s a small price to pay for all the other wonders.


5 Responses to “It’s Black Friday: skip the crowds, use neo-neocon at Amazon for your gift-giving”

  1. F Says:

    No pecan pie? Small price? For shame! It’s just not Thanksgiving without pecan pie. Now for the truth: we didn’t have any either because my daughter doesn’t like to make it. Bummer. If I didn’t love them I’d look for another family. F

  2. Paul in ATL Says:

    Just ordered a movie through Amazon,com. A little PD James for the holidays. Happy Holidays

  3. Stark Says:

    Forget the holidays, I just used Neo’s link to buy a new kitchen faucet and a 3D DVD. Most convenient way to shop ever.

  4. Rick Broussard Says:

    Sheer coincidence, I’m sure, but I was mousing with one hand and eating the last 1/2 slice of pecan pie with the other as I read your post.

  5. Curtis Says:

    You don’t deserve little tiny bits of money. You deserve great whole gobs as if showered down upon hippies. (In that hippies really need showers.)

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