TODAY | November 09, 2012
>> attention. maybe you saw this video this morning. the obama campaign released it. president obama talking to his staff and his volunteers in chicago the day after the election.
>> i felt that the work that i had done, um, in running for office had come full circle . because what you guys have done means that the work that i'm doing is important.
>> you know, these campaigns are so long. savannah, you covered one last time around. mitt romney declared his candidacy in june of 2011 . so 17 months of campaigning. same goes for the president. it's going to come pouring out at the end win or lose.
>> the emotion and all of that. the tears.
>> what is rare is we've seen it, now we see the video.
>> this is the second time in like two weeks.
>> but both these candidates no matter what your political persuasion, they put their hearts into these campaigns as do the people that work on them and the reporters who cover them. they believe it and they care about this country and i think we can all sympathize with that having gone through it and then kind of having that emotional release and i'm sure both sides are feeling that and the people that work with them.
>> there was a story about that in the "new york times" with mitt romney that the next morning he had a breakfast and he broke down, too. you can understand why. it's just -- you put search of your life and effort and so much of your capital of your family into this as well.
>> and seeing how many people, the volunteers and staffers who really take on the cause and i think, you know, it's good to see that emotion.
>> i think it's fine.
>> if it becomes an occurrence we see over and over again like john boehner , the house speaker , you know, then -- i'm a cryer myself.
>> so am i.
>> i cry at work at least once a week.
>> we like to put in the girl movies and just cry.
>> i enjoy a good cry.
>> he can embrace it too. he makes fun of it.
>> it was refreshing.
>> nice to shed a tear from time to time. some people might shed a tear about take two. black friday creep. walmart and some of the nation's largest retailers starting black friday at 8:00 p.m . on thursday aka thanksgiving day .
>> sears says it will do the same thing. this trend is called black friday creep and stores say earlier store openings are coming from customers. that is their feedback. they want to go out and shop earlier, get to bed earlier.
>> get away from the family earlier.
>> i don't know what it is.
>> the women want to get away from the football watching.
>> some people think come on. it is the one day of the year stores are closed and they can hang out with their family. look what happens when you wait until morning.
>> shoppers have a choice. i feel bad for the workers. the folks who work at the stores. the pressure to have to give up their thanksgiving to be there for folks to do this.
>> our economy needs the boost so it's maybe good.
>> black friday, now black thursday, these sales are available online. you don't have to enter a stampede.
>> you could go to your computer. and then go back and be with family for thanksgiving.
>> i know people who do the black friday shopping. that is their family thing. they do it together.
>> there are good deals. my parents do it and wow. that was dirt cheap.
>> who needed the dirt?
>> all right. we'll see. last year i think there were stores that opened at midnight. now we've got 8:00. i guess next year it'll be open all day.
>> i say sit down and enjoy another piece of pumpkin pie . left over turkey. have fun with the family. okay. take three. you've got to be kidding. what does a heavy metal band and a 6-year-old girl have in common? take a look at this video and see for yourself. it's created by fugly maniacs on youtube and apparently pits a sound check by the heavy metal band skeleton witch against a 6-year-old girl who she more than holds her own. watch this.
>> okay. a little freaky. kind of scaring me a little bit. wlos idea was this?
>> that one might be on the parents for playing skeleton witch to a 6-year-old.
>> we want to say if you have some fun videos of your kids, things you've done with them as well we want you to post them to our website today.com and we'll show you those in our take three going forward.
>>> our bonus take, finger portraits. sometimes you think you can't put your finger on it. this guy puts something on his finger. it's great. he's an italian artist. he creates