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E-Readers

Postby Wolfy » Tue Aug 04, 2015 8:28 pm

I never thought I would say it, but we own an E-reader. It's a Barnes and Noble Nook, which I never thought I would even say that I would own. I've always liked flipping pages and just enjoying reading a good old fashioned book. I thought the Nooks were stupid, and for lazy people that don't like to hold things weighing more than a pound. Boy, was I wrong! Not only can you read, but you can listen to music at the same time, or you can go online and ignore reading! This is far superior to holding an actual book in your hands! You can also watch Netflix, or go on Youtube, or look at anything you want to look at, instead of looking at a book. All the distractions of the internet are right there at your fingertips like Game apps and all that other little distraction crap! Needless to say, Pride and Prejudice are going to be taking a backseat to the fun stuff for a long time!

Also, keep in mind that I in no way paid full price, I simply went here and bid for it, and no one else wanted mine, although it's fully functioning with a cover and a power cord. All for the low price of $9.
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Re: E-Readers

Postby davepoobond » Wed Aug 05, 2015 12:03 am

are they still actually calling them e-readers? what you described is basically a tablet!
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Re: E-Readers

Postby Wolfy » Fri Aug 07, 2015 5:11 am

I guess that they do, or at least I do. Either way I'm currently stretched out relaxing and listening to muzak in bed! And all for nine bucks...what suckers everyone else is but me. 8-)
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