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Date: 2018-10-28 02:11 pm (UTC)
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It's funny to think that books used to be impossibly expensive to own, then the printing press came and made them slightly more affordable, then we got mass market paperbacks so they could proliferate, and now the presence of electronic tools make them somewhat superfluous. Quite a change in only a few hundred years.

It's hard to throw away books. I'm sorry you have to space it out over time as well.
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