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Right after Hurricane Katrina hit down here, losts of folks expressed worry over the amount of time it was taking for the bookstores to reopen.
When the local B&N opened, it was flooded, with people. Severaltimes I went in there, I had to wait in a long line to get waited on at the cash register.
Sadly, it must have fullfilled a need, because when Books a Million opened several months later, fewer people crowded in.
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You don't need wheels. I've been buying thise floatation devices that you stick under furniture. I'm now able to move my Home sewing machine (which must weigh a ton) with...
People down here do read. It is better than the small Texas town I grew up in, where in the 1950s and 1960s most townsfolk delcared loudly and often how education past high school was worthless and unneeded.
if anyone is interested in katrina damage photos, most are months old, but are still accurate except much of the debris is picked up:
I kept the number of pictures per page low so it wouldn't bog down anyone's computer-browser. jpgs, not pngs.
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