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Old 07-15-2011, 11:00 PM   #61
speakingtohe
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An off topic question for you. How do you read 1.13 books per day? That seems an ungodly high number of books to read every single day. Are they all real books? Or are they just a short story like you mostly see at WattPad? Or are you fastest reader in the world? Or not have job?
Lots of people read a book or two (or even more) a day. Not always an advantage.

I took SSR (Speed reading) in grade two (1957). Great for studying and I.Q tests, but does not alleviate the too many books too little time feeling.

I really enjoy reading, but I do not enjoy it any more due to speed.

Helen
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