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ScrappingForever said:
But when you gotta do it, and there would still be lines when you come back, it's good to have your Kindle! :D
I haven't HAD to wait in line since I left the Army. I don't even let the doctor keep me in his waiting room much past the appointment hour. But during my Saturday free time, when I get to sit in my favorite cigar store with a smoke and a coffee, I always have my Kindle!
 

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I actually bought a larger purse to accommodate Saint-Germain. No sense in being without one's Kindle for a moment!
 

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Mikuto said:
I actually bought a larger purse to accommodate Saint-Germain. No sense in being without one's Kindle for a moment!
Mikuto ~ my mother, Queen of all Accessories, is going to let me borrow one of her large purses when I'm visiting over Christmas. I can't fit the Kindle in mine and am going through all kind of hoops making sure it's with me, yet secure. Post-holiday I will shop for a new, Kindle holding purse!
 

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I was lucky, the purse I got was only 16.99 at Target, and I can fit my wallet, my Nintendo DS, my Kindle, and my portable hard drive in there with room to spare!
 

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Another great benefit of the Kindle -- it makes standing in line QUIET. I am SO TIRED of being stuck in line between two people who are yakking on their cell phones to kill time! At least the Kindle is nice and quiet, and so is the person reading it. So fight noise pollution! Take your Kindle everywhere!
 

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Staying in line at the outlet mall, I had every intention for some kindle time, but got distracted by foreigners. I attempted to practice my Japanese, but it ended being my EpicFail of 2008 . We ended up having a conversation in English. Still, I got to show my kindle to a japanese tourist.
 

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Vegas_Asian said:
Staying in line at the outlet mall, I had every intention for some kindle time, but got distracted by foreigners. I attempted to practice my Japanese, but it ended being my EpicFail of 2008 . We ended up having a conversation in English. Still, I got to show my kindle to a japanese tourist.
Not just Fail 2008 but EPICFAIL? Ouch.

Reminds me of the first time I went to a Starbucks and ordered a Caramel Macchiatto, I pronounced it so badly that I've never ordered one again out of embarrassment.
 

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Leslie said:
Just don't leave your Kindle in the shopping cart or on the conveyor belt at the checkout! Sometimes I think I need a Kindle leash to connect it to me so I don't leave it somewhere by accident.

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Maybe we need the Kindle Lo-Jack? Then again, maybe not - I was imagining all sorts of alarms going off or messages like the woman's perturbed voice on the gps system - "Recalculating"; "You've left your Kindle (you dummy)"
 
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Mikuto said:
I was lucky, the purse I got was only 16.99 at Target, and I can fit my wallet, my Nintendo DS, my Kindle, and my portable hard drive in there with room to spare!
Glad to see someone with her priorities straight. Who needs all that girlie stuff when you can carry tech sruff?
 

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Vampyre said:
Glad to see someone with her priorities straight. Who needs all that girlie stuff when you can carry tech sruff?
I've always been a tech geek. I remember in 2nd or 3rd grade the librarian used to have me come in and test out computer programs. On top of that I've always been the one to know how to program the VCR to get it to stop flashing 12:00.
 
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