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Overlooked Black Friday Sales 

Eight deals you may have missed while shopping.

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Eight Black Friday Sale Items You Missed:

8. Utah Legislators: Buy one, Get one free.

7. 2012: Blame the Gays, by LDS Elder Dallin Oaks. First 10 buyers fire-hosed!

6. Autographed copy of Gov. Gary Herbert’s children’s book, Polar Bear, Polar Bear, Everywhere.

5. A box of 64 Commodore 64 games for 64 cents. Computer free!

4. Dance-With-Me Donnie blow-up doll, only $1.

3. One Day Only: Sarah Palin’s Going Commando wall calendar.

2. Liquor licenses. SOLD OUT.

1. The Road cookbook. Free canned peaches all day.

Note: The Ocho´s usual columnist, Bill Frost, is off this week.

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