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Old 12-08-2009, 10:40 AM   #8
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Sales tax is the byproduct of having brick-and-mortar stores in most states. I suppose you folks had to pay tax when ordering a nook too, I'd imagine. Just be glad you don't live in the EU, where they get charged nearly $2 for VAT on an ebook. That is one of the most ridiculous fees I've heard of.

George RR Martin's A Game of Thrones was mentioned and I thought I'd recommend this ebook. He is an excellent writer and that is a great series. $6.39 is the actual price and that's a hell of a bargain considering it's about 1000 pages as a paperback.

On an slightly unrelated topic, is anyone else having trouble getting B&N's website to load? I pulled up Amazon's page to check some ebook prices and it loads in about 5 seconds. I opened up the B&N site and it's still loading and it's been like 2 minutes.
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