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Really do...you won't regret it...

One of my favourite performances ever, btw.

 

Dutch isn't so far off anyway...

At least I can kinda guess what dutch signs say...;) 

 

(Coffeehouse is the same in every language...):tongue_smile:


Faust is translated by the great Dutch poet Adama van Scheltema..(lucky us)

 

and the Dutch word for coffeehouse is....coffeeshop :D

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Faust is translated by the great Dutch poet Adama van Scheltema..(lucky us)

 

and the Dutch word for coffeehouse is....coffeeshop :D

 

Ups...hmmm....misspelled...(awkward silence).... (moving on.....:D)


Edited by TheDreamthinker - 3/25/14 at 1:22pm
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Any of you Amazon Kindle readers?
If so, XMAS Chanukah just came in March.
I just was noticed I have a few hundred dollars in credit from a settlement for price fixing.

Got my credit!

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Got my credit!

Credit? What's this?
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Got my credit!

Credit? What's this?

There was a Class Action lawsuit against Amazon for pricing of electronic books. I received an email from Amazon stating my part of the settlement and that it was credited to my account. I was unaware of the suit until the email arrived.

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Got my credit!

Got mine too, from Amazon and B&N. I won't have to pay for books for the rest of the year! ($1200 from the former and $550 from the latter.)
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Got my credit!

Got mine too, from Amazon and B&N. I won't have to pay for books for the rest of the year! ($1200 from the former and $550 from the latter.)

Bonus time for book fans!

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Got mine too, from Amazon and B&N. I won't have to pay for books for the rest of the year! ($1200 from the former and $550 from the latter.)

Holy moly that's a lot of credit!  Makes my couple of hundred look sick!

 

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Bonus time for book fans!

In deed tis!

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Do you people rely on eReaders or do you still use the good old books.

 

Just want to get a general overview of people in this thread....

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Do you people rely on eReaders or do you still use the good old books.

 

Just want to get a general overview of people in this thread....


Paper all the way ..

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Do you people rely on eReaders or do you still use the good old books.

Just want to get a general overview of people in this thread....

I still buy lots of books but tend to read more on my Kindle these days. So much more convenient.
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I still buy lots of books but tend to read more on my Kindle these days. So much more convenient.


Ditto. Ebooks have been a blessing. I would not be able to walk in my place if all the books I owned were hardcopy.

 

 

Probably be good sound damping though:)

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Certain books I buy in hardcover, if I'm collecting a series. Otherwise, if it's something I would have bought as a paperback, I just get the ebook instead, to save some trees.
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Holy moly that's a lot of credit!  Makes my couple of hundred look sick!

That's for both my wife and me, but yes, we do read quite a lot. redface.gif
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Certain books I buy in hardcover, if I'm collecting a series. Otherwise, if it's something I would have bought as a paperback, I just get the ebook instead, to save some trees.
That's for both my wife and me, but yes, we do read quite a lot. redface.gif


Curiosity, did shipping costs factor into the credit?

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