Happy Cyber Monday! As you do your online shopping today, we're here to help with a bunch of tips, guides, fun features and more to get your holiday season started off right.
There are many reasons why people might choose to shop online during Cyber Monday rather than at a mall on Black Friday. No crowds, no lines and zero possibility of getting punched in the face.
Luckily, I did not hear of any major mayhem in Milwaukee this year, but in Burbank, Calif., police were called to a Walmart after two women got into a screaming match over a Barbie Doll.
And there was plenty of unfortunate grabby-pushy-trample-y activity going on all over the country.
If you need a break from your online shopping today, you might want to take a peek at some Black Friday brawls ... and then thank your lucky stars for the invention of the Internet.
Fighting over TV and tablets:
And my personal favorite – fighting over underwear:
And if it makes you feel any better (it shouldn't) the shopping insanity isn't only a U.S. thing:
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