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    CBR's Good Fairy Kieran_Frost's Avatar
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    I let them build up for a few weeks, and then gorge on a day I'm off work and can listen peacefully to Enya while I read.

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    Seems i got no excuse to start clearing my backlog...
    Can physical comic books be still in good reading condition during my old age?

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    On the john, in bed, during a break, or now, with my son before bed.
    "Always listen to the crazy scientist with a weird van or armful of blueprints and diagrams." -- Vibranium

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    I have a job where there's a lot of down-time, so I can usually read three or four comics or three or four chapters of a TPB during every shift. I signed on to work some overtime tonight (my regular night off), so I'll get in some more reading then.

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    I'm a contractor so my job goes from on to off at various times. During downtime i can do whatever i want so i read comics a lot but i can also be away from home for months so then i just don't read anything i don't take with me. It just means when i come back i have a huge pile of TPB's to buy and read all at once instead of one comic a month where i need to wait another month to see what happens next.

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    I have a 7-4 job. After 4pm, my time is my own until 7am the next day. Plenty of time, once you know how to organize, manage your time, and learn to say 'no' to distracting elements.

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    I walk 40 minutes to and from work - so I generally get 80 minutes reading a day five days a week - if it's not raining.

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    Fantastic Member osakafanz's Avatar
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    Keep your personal life experience coming in guys!
    Can physical comic books be still in good reading condition during my old age?

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    Friday nights, with my stein filled with from nearly frozen cans of Fosters & my dog at my feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestPhillyPunisher View Post
    Manly weekends as I'm busy watching TV at night.
    This is it. Work doesn't affect my reading. It's other entertainment that interferes.
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    I love reading them now in bed before I go to sleep.

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    I get very little free time, so that free time tends to flip regularly between Diablo 2 and reading *shrug*

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