What and Why is it called "Black Friday"?

Is it something ra$!$t?
I've never participated in such festivities.

Other answer:

It is a term used in USA, usually considered best for the shopping season.The day After Thanksgiving (Friday) is known as Black Friday. This also is unofficially or officially start of holiday shopping season. Almost all stores come out with Doorbuster Sales with early bird special to attract consumers to their stores. People stand in line hours before store is opened, to grab the bargain of the year. Almost every store has something that interests every one.
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  Black Friday versus White Christmas, it's always dark before the light shines through,

  Calamities "an event causing great and often sudden damage or distress; a disaster." to which this friday seemed to occur most often

"Black Friday is the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United States"
(the fourth Thursday of November)

  Black term is the new moon day after full moon of the season(s) or to with phases and fall back spring forward phases, so it is the last Friday before new moon ( no moon) date, which is one month before Christmas date (25) th,




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It was once considered the biggest shopping day of the year, and one that kicks off the holiday shopping season that puts many retailers into the 'black', or making a profit. Many retailers lose money the rest of the year and need the holiday season to stay in business.
a business is "in the black" when it makes a profit
the day after t-giving is the biggest shopping day of the year
Its may be part of business, And i don't know its a part of religious holiday etc.
Diane A:
No, its when sales have pushed companies from the red (losses) to profit–in the black ink on the old accounting column.
It's a religious holiday. You can review this in the Bible.
no it's not and it's just a way too reduce inventory

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