A few tweets about parents with young children waiting in line for Black Friday deals were popping up in the twittersphere late Thursday. Then this on the New York Times' 'The Lede' blog:
Parents farther back grumbled about how long the line was this year compared with last year, when the store opened at 10 p.m., and others peeled crying children away with a promise that they could visit “tomorrow.” Some tourists braved the line just to see what the fuss was about.
Should there be an age limit for staking out Black Friday deals? Is it fair to bring kids along to wait in a long line?