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Posted by rjlockhart37 on May 6, 2018, at 20:47:11

i've noticed over time, there's less and less books from previous times. I rerember going into a library when i was young, and they so much selection and knowledge, at the time i saw it boring junk that only older people im regretting not reading them. It's 2018, things do go out of style, old ways and knowledge, but i really should of read all those books with knowesge and information about abstract things. Alot of the books from previous time periods, before 1960 are kinda gone

just depends on the location, but i kinda miss and regret missing out on learning random things in library books, everything now it like monitored. One ... people take books and they don't return them, security reasons. second - where in a new generation and older books are taken off the shelf....for more current ones. I just regret not diving in to all that learning, but i hated books when i was young, they so boring to me. Now i'm older and see it differently

baseball55 i wanted to ask, do you see any of the older books, or just in general reduced, you work at university i just wanted to know what you think about it

everything can change like that, and all these years go by so fast, but nothing lasts forever




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