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I am an avid reader.
I always have a book to go out whenever I am down time and I read actual books I got started early and I just can't switch over to the Kindle I don't want.
But my preference is always for a real -- on the page book.
So here's my take on bonds and noble.
They will close about twenty stores a year for the next decade won't that a vessels will go away crucial miss them.
The days of the mega bookstore really all coming to an end the small neighborhood -- is long gone and I missed them too.
My local used to have a table -- you came in the doors with the staffs -- they knew that customers -- -- what they would like.
And they laid it all out -- A trip to the -- -- wasn't to chalk it will look forward to flat out I did.
But you cannot fight economic reality the sale of actual books the print production dropped 9%.
Bonds noble -- revenue dropped 11%.
The downloaded it evil is the new guy on the block and he's winning.
Now I'm not fighting it and I'm just not going to switch.
I welcome month advances in the marketplace and in many ways the evil is an advance and if you want to take financial advantage check out -- stock.
New -- all last week up again today.
Digital technology has changed my world -- -- like it or not the great thing is.
We still have the choice.
Bookstores will not totally disappear.
Print books will always be available certainly in my lifetime but just -- I -- the newspaper spreading the world in front of me.
So will I miss the nearby bookstore spreading the choices in front of me as I walk in the deal.
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