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Byline: Deborah Willoughby
Nov. 23--It was 9:57 p.m. Monday, and Tracy Dill was a little impatient: "Can we get them now?" she called to a Wal-Mart employee. "It's three minutes now. Three minutes!"
She had been waiting in line at the East Boulevard store since 8:30, ready to pay $400 for an Xbox 360 game system for her husband. That's 8:30 a.m.
At 10 p.m., she received a ticket to exchange for an Xbox when the new system was released at midnight.
Dill waited 151/2 hours for the game, and she wasn't alone. Her 6-year-old daughter, Elizabeth, was with her. So were Yvonne Harris and Timaka Redmon. By early evening, there were 14 people lined …