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Weekly Reader

If you’ve been here since Day 1 (or maybe you found this site by accident and spent the evening reading all of these posts…loser) you understand what my intentions here are. There’s plenty of other great websites out there that offer in depth reviews and have a fresh batch waiting for you each time you visit. Here, it’s a little bit different. I’ve always wanted to share with you applications I’ve found in iTunes that I enjoy in hopes that you’ll like them too. Just one friend to another, simply showing you something you may or may not have seen. But like the majority of people with no self control, I’ve spent about every dime I have on applications and am practically broke (-starting at the 6 minute mark you’ll understand my reference here). It’s too easy to go ape shit in iTunes with the hourly plethora of new applications they release if you don’t have the will to say no. In order to save some cash for lap dances and my crazed addiction to Laffy Taffy, I’ve kept the wallet closed these last few days. But I have found an application that’s free (somewhat) that has helped me curb my appetite for daily downloading…

The Barnes & Noble eReader (iTunes) application is my favorite eBook reader that I’ve come across so far. I’ve tried the other ones but the books they have to offer seem limited. Maybe I don’t look hard enough or maybe you’re an asshole for saying such a thing, but it’s my opinion and I’m sticking with it. The majority of the reviews you’ll read in iTunes claims that the books are “too expensive”. Seriously? I use to have a Treo 650 and yes, there were a nice handful of cheap books but all the new ones (or good ones) were expensive. I didn’t bitch about it because I was able to carry a book with me at all times in my pocket. One other lowlife dipshit bastard of a child complained about the “line at the bottom” you see on each page. Probably because his mother didn’t love him enough, he’s some pompous asshole dumbass that hasn’t figured out that “line” shows you how far along in the book you are. Maybe he couldn’t read past the Table of Contents? Idiot. (OK, I don’t know why I went off like that…it just seemed like fun). Anyways, I think it’s a great ereader with a nice selection of books. One book I haven’t been able to put down is “Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs“. I can’t believe I haven’t heard of this author before. A friend of mine recommended the book and I can’t stop reading it. Check it out.

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