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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#9 - kyrozor
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I've read a fair amount of books. But book readers are snobs just like everyone else that prefers one thing over another as if they're the only form of true entertainment.
#10 to #9 - hugebulliest
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Its not about the fact that some people read books, its about the fact that the majority refuses to do it.
User avatar #11 to #10 - kyrozor
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I've known plenty of people that again have read plenty of books and prefer other media and still be shunned because of it.
#13 to #11 - anon id: 7b2fbc73
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**** you, don't lie. You don't know anyone.
#22 to #9 - junkiejunkmcjunk
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Did you just call everyone who prefers any one thing over another and makes an argument as to why, a snob?
So everybody including you is a snob......that's ******* insane
User avatar #26 to #22 - sursum
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No, he is calling those who lambast other peoples for their preferences as snob. Example: book lovers who consider say movie lovers intellectually inferior.
User avatar #61 to #22 - kyrozor
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I've noticed it more in bookreaders than anyone else. I'll hear "X is better than what you're currently Y'ing" in regards to book more than movies, TV, games, comics etc.
#62 to #61 - junkiejunkmcjunk
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So you made a ******* gigantic broad sweeping generalization based upon your highly limited and subjective personal experience......
What am I saying?
Of course you did
This is the internet
User avatar #17 to #9 - darkangeloffire
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I read books, I watch anime, I play games, I watch movies.

I like em all
#27 to #9 - xcoreyx
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"book readers are snobs"
I think you're generalizing a bit too much there
#4 - hudge
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#7 - europe
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#37 - gameshredder
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Never specified what kind of books.   
   
I'm a big fan of Dr.Suess.   
   
Guess who's gettin' laid?
Never specified what kind of books.

I'm a big fan of Dr.Suess.

Guess who's gettin' laid?
#3 - roosterking
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What if she owns a kindle ?
User avatar #5 to #3 - Zyklone [OP]
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That is dancing on a fine line my friend.

You don't need to charge paper.
#20 to #5 - captainwow
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You also can't access entire libraries numbering in the hundreds if not thousands of books that you chose because you enjoyed them in a 10 in x .5 in magic rectangle wherever you go, no WiFi required.

Sorry if electricity is hard to come by where you live. I'm only saying that because I imagine electricity isn't hard to come by where you live since you're on the Internet.

Going on a trip and forgot to charge? Portable battery back-up, usually holds more of a charge than your internal battery did.
#18 to #5 - EdwardNigma
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Maybe not, but look at this ******* ****, this is so god damn hard to hold. (and this is not my picture.) A kindle is nice and cosy in my hands, no clutter, easy storage, can take a thousand books anywhere with little to no space taken. But reading this or most any other book feels so weird in my ****** ******* hands.
User avatar #29 to #18 - skulldan
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but you cant bend a kindle into a satisfactory holding position.
#23 to #18 - junkiejunkmcjunk
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But it's so beautiful.....
#45 - mummyslittlebitch
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#30 - IWumbo
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#38 to #30 - Toshiro
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#1 - bobafettsav
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i agree but who doesn't love mythbusters
i agree but who doesn't love mythbusters
User avatar #34 - futapirate
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Yes, because books = intelligence, right guys? It's impossible to be a smart and caring individual if you don't like books, right?
This mentality is ******* stupid. This is like saying, "If someone doesn't have a computer, don't **** them." "If someone doesn't have a stereo, don't **** them." Just because someone doesn't like the same kind of media you do doesn't make them any less than you.
For some reason, I've never been able to get into reading. That doesn't make me stupid or anything like that. I'd never encourage someone to not read, but if someone told me they don't like books I'd say "k."
#36 to #34 - anon id: 00731b95
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Who seriously gives a flying ****? If anyone, why?
User avatar #40 to #34 - romanprinsonerr
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its not that books make your smart they just open your mind to new ideas and philosophies, and the thing that make books different is that you project a little it of yourself through them
#25 - thelastelephant
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He's right. I mean, how can I **** a book if the person I'm going home with doesn't have any?