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The 10 Top Reasons to Keep Printed Books

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In response to a news article I posted regarding the demise of the printed book, RF Cafe visitor Terry W. sent me this humorous David-Letterman-like "Top 10 List" explaining why printed books will always be superior to electronic books.
 

10.  You only get to swat a fly on the table once with an e-Book reader.

  9.  e-Book readers are too expense to spike into the trashcan when the author kills
       off the wrong person.

  8.  You don’t have to turn off a printed book when taking off or landing.

  7.  Printed books don’t care if your car interior hits 160 degrees.

  6.  E-books make lousy emergency toilet paper.

  5.  You can’t compost an e-Book reader.

  4.  There is no online repository of your filthy disgusting tastes with printed books.

  3.  You can still read a printed book that has been folded in half.

  2.  You can’t store a drink napkin with the hot girl’s phone number and lipstick prints
       in an e-Book reader.

 

...and the #1 reason to keep printed books...

 

  1. 10 empty book cases and an e-Book reader won’t make you look intelligent when
       people come to your house.

 

That about does it.


---Thanks to Terry W. for writing and submitting it!
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