Amid the clutter of deals clamoring for attention, smart and careful shoppers can come out ahead. (Bob Andres / AP) THURSDAY, NOV. 10, 2016, 6:42 P.M. Tips for getting deals for the Black Friday weekend By Anne DInnocenzio Associated Press NEW YORK Serious deal-seekers are already planning their Thanksgiving weekend shopping, and experts believe that once again the holiday itself may offer better deals than Black Friday the day afterward. Amid the clutter of deals clamoring for attention, smart and careful shoppers can come out ahead. Start researching and planning, says Benjamin Glaser, features editor with DealNews.com, a deal comparison website. http://www.theactproject.com/wwwtheactprojectcom8818/2016/11/10/emerging-ideas-in-speedy-strategies-for-medical/Here are four ways to get the most out of Black Friday weekend and beyond. http://eliwellshome.khmermerchant.com/2016/10/27/a-new-analysis-on-important-factors-for-qualification-for-paediatricsSTUDY UP: Make a comprehensive list of what you plan to buy, research what those items usually sell for at full price and on sale, and figure out how much you want to spend. Also check out store flyers from previous years online, since many retailers repeat the same deals at the same price.
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“I knew I was going to die if I stayed in the plane.” He said that ditching one’s airplane and using the chute are only done in life-or-death situations. He grabbed the canopy of his airplane and pulled it back. Because of the angle and speed of the airplane — Bouw estimated he was going about 180 mph — he couldn’t easily climb onto his seat to jump out. “I had to grab a handle and hop up onto the seat like this,” he said, illustrating with the chair he sat on in the interview. He guesses he was about 800 feet up when he jumped. He hit the water about 8 seconds later, a mere second or two after his airplane which broke to pieces when it struck the water nearby. It wasn’t a gentle landing: landing with the parachute, he said, is like jumping from a second story window, and just clearing the airplane can be a trick. It doesn’t take much to be struck by the tail or wing when you bail out. He said his chute deployed at about 200 feet and he landed in the river about a hundred yards from a sandbar. “I had bruises from the harness,” he said.
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