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Topic - Delisa O'Brien
O'Brien, who said she would rather shop online than deal with the crowds in stores, bought an H-P Notebook for $399 on Hewlett Packard's website for her mother.
"When it comes to Black Friday, I'm a tiny, 5'1" woman and the thought of having to push and shove my way through hoards of people just to get cheap merchandise is kind of a nightmare to me," said O'Brien, a Brooklyn, N.Y. resident. "My mom gets a new laptop, I get an e-reader, and all without spending too much money ... Everybody wins."