I'm a terrible shopper the way it is, but then Black Friday comes around and I debate, should I go or no. Every year it's the same answer, NO!

I don't want to stand in line for hours just to get in the store and then have to fight a MOB of shoppers to save a few bucks. Not for me. The hours and hours people spend waiting for the store to open, then racing to get the, probably sold out, item they want then spending another hour, at least, in line to check out... I could spend that time with the family I see so little already.

Those are my initial turn offs to Black Friday, but then you get these type of reports from around the country that has me convinced I will NEVER be a Black Friday shopper... ever.

1. Early Friday morning, a man was STABBED as he was about to go into a mall in Carlsbad, California. The stabber was 18-year-old Javier Covarrubias . . . the motive for the stabbing and the victim's condition weren't released.

2. On Thursday night, in Claypool Hill, Virginia, a 35-year-old man STABBED a 61-year-old man during a fight over a parking space in a Walmart parking lot. The man's arm was sliced to the BONE . . . the other man was arrested.

3. More than 5,000 people lined up outside a Walmart in Rialto, California on Thursday night, and there ended up being THREE FIGHTS. Two were over merchandise, one was between two people in line. (The only person hospitalized was a police officer who tried to break up the fight outside . . . which involved one man kicking another man in the HEAD while he was down on the ground)

4. On Friday, at a mall in Philadelphia, two men started brawling, then their two WIVES started brawling. The fight ended after one of the women used a STUN GUN on the other woman.

Did you go shopping on Black Friday? See anything completely out of control?