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bryant69 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jul-09-08 08:39 AM
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3. You have to set time to read, I guess.
I generally read when I am on the road, when I am home I am usually too distracted. And most of the reading I do is at work where reading online is more entertaining than working.

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  -== You are not reading enough = By Mark Morford madokie  Jul-09-08 08:18 AM   #0 
  - I thought it was just me.  zanne   Jul-09-08 08:28 AM   #1 
  - yeah, me too  Blue_Tires   Jul-09-08 09:07 AM   #8 
  - Nothing but death will tear a good book out of my hands.  Waiting to exhale   Jul-09-08 08:32 AM   #2 
  - You have to set time to read, I guess.  bryant69   Jul-09-08 08:39 AM   #3 
  - Books have gotten really expensive. I go to the library. nt  MookieWilson   Jul-09-08 08:53 AM   #4 
  - Have you tried used book stores?  Waiting to exhale   Jul-09-08 09:02 AM   #5 
  - I've had two in my neighborhood that were pushed out by 'progress'! nt  MookieWilson   Jul-09-08 09:05 AM   #6 
  - Library "book sales"  H2O Man   Jul-09-08 10:16 AM   #13 
  - amazon sells used books also  LSK   Jul-09-08 11:43 AM   #22 
  - Bookmooch also.  uppityperson   Jul-09-08 12:13 PM   #23 
  - I prefer to read hard copy.  CrispyQGirl   Jul-09-08 09:07 AM   #7 
  - if you are reading the net, you are still reading. i read 5,6 books a week and STILL  seabeyond   Jul-09-08 09:28 AM   #9 
  - It is funny. I think I am an addict.  dawgman   Jul-09-08 09:48 AM   #10 
  - When I'm not reading a book  sleebarker   Jul-09-08 10:12 AM   #11 
  - I read a lot.  H2O Man   Jul-09-08 10:14 AM   #12 
  - I'd be lost without my books.  azmouse   Jul-09-08 10:20 AM   #14 
  - since 2000 coup I've been wondering why I can't read a novel anymore  ensho   Jul-09-08 10:22 AM   #15 
  - Try moving on to . . .  defendandprotect   Jul-09-08 11:41 AM   #21 
  - Ignore this place holder. n/t  greyhound1966   Jul-09-08 10:54 AM   #16 
  - Kick  greyhound1966   Jul-10-08 04:48 AM   #26 
  - I read 63 books last year and I'm out to top that this year!  Javaman   Jul-09-08 11:27 AM   #17 
  - Certainly true for my students, anyway.  LWolf   Jul-09-08 11:34 AM   #18 
  - My library got screwed up this year so that's slowed me down . . .  defendandprotect   Jul-09-08 11:35 AM   #19 
  - I've been reading like a bat out of hell  mdmc   Jul-09-08 11:40 AM   #20 
  - Try Dan Simmons.  azmouse   Jul-09-08 04:11 PM   #25 
  - Not sure of what this really means. We have not, in my lifetime anyway, been a literate culture.  greyhound1966   Jul-09-08 01:10 PM   #24 

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