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  • http://bookwi.se/ Adam Shields

    I call BS on at least part of that. It says ‘according to a Time Survey” 1 in 4 people set up an affair with a person via text message. But according the National Opinion Research Center run by University of Chicago, which has done some of the largest scale survey about sexual behavior, only about 15-18% of married people will have an affair over their lifetime. So more people aren’t using cell phones to arrange affairs than actually having affairs. Maybe 1 in 4 people that are having affairs use text message, but in that is not a huge percentage of people. (Also I couldn’t find the documentation for the Time Survey.)

  • J. McCune

    For me it’s got to be books. I would miss the other stuff greatly, but without books (not ebooks, paper books, that I can underling and fold the pages down!) I would no doubt be lost.