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August 29, 2005

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Jerry Stephens

Hmmmmmm. I-pods? Amazon.com? Lead pencils come at 10 for a dollar. Don't require electricity nor a concern that someone might get your identity. Tung, I think it's time you joined the Lead Pencil Club. Can I send you an application?

anonymous

yes, but amazon.com is losing money and have always lost money. the ceo states that that's part of their business plan (put customer service first and profits second) but we all wonder when the bubble is going to burst.

additionally, amazon.com donates to the republican party. (buyblue.com)

I'd rather support small businesses.

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