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    I've always found Amazon to be a most reliable, reasonable, and trustworthy company. I love throwing my business in their direction.
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    Amazon is one of the few online sellers that I will keep going back to.
    Their service is just stellar, IMO.
    And, they carry just about every product you could ever want.
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    I love Amazon, too. I find their site easy to navigate and really like the customer review feature.
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    I've finally joined your ranks! I ordered my Kobo reader from Chapters Friday night and it arrived bright and early this morning. I downloaded books over the weekend and now I have everything all synced up and ready to go on vacation next week. woo hoo!
    "Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one."

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    Enjoy! And don't forget about free books.
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    Free books are always good. Mind you, I read Dracula because it came free and it sucked so...but it would have sucked more if I had to pay for it, so there you go. The kobobooks app comes with five (?) free books and the kobobooks website has an index at the top of its page linking to free books as well.
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    there are 100 free books preloaded on my kobo. They are all classics, most of which I haven't read. Dickens, O Henry, Twain, Lucy Maude Montgomery, Tolstoy ect..
    I bought the Steig Larsson trilogy, Evanovich and the Percy Jackson series (for me and my kiddo) so I'm set for a little while.
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    ^ Cool beans, Duxxy. Have fun with it!
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    What does 'cool beans' mean? I have heard it for a while, but I've never understood what it means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;4032198;
    What does 'cool beans' mean? I have heard it for a while, but I've never understood what it means.
    It was a quote from Nakomis on Big Brother a few years ago. She said it when she approved of something. Not that I think she invented it, but it certainly became more popular on FORT after her.

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