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Old 04-16-2013, 12:02 PM   #44
QuantumIguana
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You are obviously very upset that I don't make the same purchasing decisions that you make. If people are willing to pay more for the e-book than for the paper book, then publishers will continue to charge more for the e-book. Conversely, if people are not willing to pay more for the e-book than for the paper book, publishers will not charge more. By declining to pay more for the e-book, I am casting a vote for lower prices. Given that the majority of e-books cost less than the paper copy, a lot of other people are making similar purchasing decisions. I have many books to choose from when I am considering a purchase. I've given you my reasons, and if you don't find them satisfactory, that doesn't indicate a flaw in my reasoning. By all means, use your own criteria, I am not attempting to tell you how to make your purchasing decisions.
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