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MY JOURNEY THROUGH DUTTONS MIRROR Bookstores and I really do not go hand in hand like apples and oranges Some think it is funny and others pity me I just dislike reading whether books or magazines Maybe it is because I am a product of the media generation The television telephone and internet are my sources for obtaining information and contrary to what people might think the tube definitely entertains and stimulates certain parts of my brain So as you can see when a teacher has an assignment for me to go to a bookstore not just to buy a book for class but also to sit and read in one I consider it to be a double whammy However for me to complete this assignment I had to disregard my discomfort act like I was interested and guess what I actually enjoyed the experience I walked into Duttons that evening loaded with every excuse in the book about why I couldnt stay and read the essay there I gave myself the excuse of the weather being bad Id just recently got over the flu I cant be out in the rain Ill get sick again It was getting late and traffic was about to get real heavy and I didnt want to be stuck in traffic all night long How would Mr Wallis know if I read the book in the store or not On and on I went excuse after excuse I gave myself until it hit me The door that is shutting out the noise and rush of traffic on Laurel Canyon Boulevard The discomfort of getting to the bookstore was greater than actually being in it Never having experienced Duttons before the first thing I did naturally was to make my way to the nearest sales person This young guy I forgot his name led me through stacks of books piled pretty high and rows of bookshelves alongside me so
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