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Old 10-07-2012, 01:24 AM   #20
QuantumIguana
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If the cost of the e-book is more than the cost of the paperback, I probably would not buy it. It's a matter of principle, there are less costs with the e-book than with the paper book, so I expect it to cost less. I don't expect it to cost a LOT less, I recognize that there are still costs involved. There are just so many other books out there that I can read, if the e-book costs more than the paper book, I can always find something else to read.
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