I find this whole thing to be hysterical, but I do feel bad for those who are getting so stressed by the entire Furbymania and are so desperate to get one for their kids.My sister had a solid plan:She told me that the mall near her in Florida would have Furby today. So, she was up at 4:00 am this morning to make sure she was online when the store opened at 6:00. She told me that she was determined to be one of the first in the store.And the result?Turned out she got there, but folks had been lining up since 2:00 am! Those who were there got numbers, and having a number meant you got a Furby. Needless to say, when Sis got there, she neither got a number, nor a Furby.She's not a happy camper.Today on the news they said that Furby demand has far surpassed the Tickle-Me-Elmo craze of the past.Somehow, it just seems to me that this is NOT what the holidays are all about.This troubles me. Tony...but I still am...Off2Aruba
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