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Old 08-24-2012, 08:57 PM   #72
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Originally Posted by ebusinesstutor View Post
Local bookstores can't compete and I'm not willing pay an extra $8 per book just to support them. But I will be sad when they close.
In some cases yes. I still like printed books. It's nice having a readable book that expects to outlast my gizmos- I expect real books to cost more and don't mind it if it's a title I really want to keep forever. That having been said, the physical books are fewer and farther between.

I've bought a few books for my son, and the anticipation of them arriving in the mail just for him was nice.
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