The day after Thanksgiving has created an ugly tradition of guerilla shopping. Dubbed Black Friday years ago by retail workers who dreaded the experience and now spun by management types to mean that it helps honest businesses get “in the black,” it’s the one day that in the minds of many represents everything that is wrong with the holiday season.
We’ve developed our own Black Friday tradition in these parts. For the third straight year, I’ll spend the first three hours of the morning guest hosting The Dan Patrick Show.
Joining me on the journey for the third straight time will be producer Jonas Knox, and we’ll be ready to talk about the three NFL games played on Thanksgiving and the remaining 13 games that will be played on Sunday and Monday.
We’ll also touch on other sports news, because you never know which high-profile athlete is going to be chased around the house on Thanksgiving night with a rolling pin, or a nine iron.
Tune in at DanPatrick.com or on any of the 270-plus radio affiliates. It’s radio only, which means I can leave the toupee in the washing machine for an extended gravy-removal soaking.