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The answer, as glimpsed at last week\'s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, is \ "too many\": the number of new tools for electronic reading may soon reach a killion: a quantity invented by mathematicianwriter Ian Frazier for a number so high it can kill you.
Steve Ross: How Many eReaders Does it Take to Screw in an eBook?

The answer, as glimpsed at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, is "too many": the number of new tools for electronic reading may soon reach a killion: a quantity invented by mathematicianwriter Ian Frazier for a number so high it can kill you.
Steve Ross: How Many eReaders Does it Take to Screw in an eBook?

The answer, as glimpsed at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, is "too many": the number of new tools for electronic reading may soon reach a killion: a quantity invented by mathematicianwriter Ian Frazier for a number so high it can kill you.
Steve Ross: How Many eReaders Does it Take to Screw in an eBook?

The answer, as glimpsed at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, is "too many": the number of new tools for electronic reading may soon reach a killion: a quantity invented by mathematicianwriter Ian Frazier for a number so high it can kill you.

The answer, as glimpsed at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, is "too many": the number of new tools for electronic reading may soon reach a killion: a quantity invented by mathematicianwriter Ian Frazier for a number so high it can kill you.
Steve Ross: How Many eReaders Does it Take to Screw in an eBook?

NOTHING can be done about this, unless we are willing to preemptively killion hundreds of millions of people mainly muslims.
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