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Alcoholism is a grounds for divorce. Promiscuity is a grounds for divorce. Is Kindaholism recognized by the courts. What about the fight over custody of the Kindle. Visitation rights. This could really complicate our legal system!  ;)
 

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Fortunately, my husband has no interest in my Kindle. None at all. So it goes with me!

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My ex-husband didn't have any interest in my Longaberger baskets either...but he fought me for them.  ::)
 

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Divorce is one thing, but what if I die?  I'll leave my Gertie to the reader in the family, but will she have to send a death certificate to Amazon to get the registration changed to the beneficiary?  On the other hand ... maybe I'll take it with me when I go. 
 

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I'm afraid my husband and I would fight over the tools and the pets.  But I have my Kindle and he has his Sony Reader, no fight there.
 

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Dear Gertie,

If you get a 32 gig SD card, it could probably hold about 32,000 books. So don't give the Kindle to someone in your family when you die; load it up with 32,000 books and take it with you, reading for all eternity. Of course you might need to have a handy electrical plug put into the coffin with a lot of extra batteries.  ;)
 

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My husband loves his trade magazines, so there would not be a fight.
 

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stevene9 said:
Dear Gertie,

If you get a 32 gig SD card, it could probably hold about 32,000 books. So don't give the Kindle to someone in your family when you die; load it up with 32,000 books and take it with you, reading for all eternity. Of course you might need to have a handy electrical plug put into the coffin with a lot of extra batteries. ;)
I was going to suggest a solar generator, but....
 

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My husband is not a reader so my Kindle will definitely go with me. I would get the dog too as he got him for me!
 

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durphy said:
I was going to suggest a solar generator, but....
Since I live in the Sunshine State, that might work. Of course, it would have to stick up above the ground like a periscope and I'd probably need my book light as well. Heck, I think I'll just build myself a pyramid and take EVERYTHING with me.
 

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drenee said:
My ex-husband didn't have any interest in my Longaberger baskets either...but he fought me for them. ::)
:eek: Oh horrors!!! My 17 year marriage isn't doing well. I said he could have everything, I don't really care - but I didn't mean my kindle or my longabergers!!
 

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Well, since I don't foresee a divorce in my future, I have nothing to fear... and since the hubby is not a big reader, then I still have nothing to fear!
 

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stevene9 said:
Dear Gertie,

If you get a 32 gig SD card, it could probably hold about 32,000 books. So don't give the Kindle to someone in your family when you die; load it up with 32,000 books and take it with you, reading for all eternity. Of course you might need to have a handy electrical plug put into the coffin with a lot of extra batteries. ;)
too funny, I can picture it now...

oops, forgot to write what I was going to say. Hubby dosen't read Kindle so that is safe. I told him if we ever divorce for grounds of not getting along and he was the one who wants out, I get everything and if I want out, he gets everything. Makes it easy to stay together that way.
 
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