Getting Books a Better Way

Each year when it’s time to get my textbooks for school, I head on down to the bookstore and hunt them down, and then I stand in the long line for half an hour and wait to pay high prices for the books. Sometimes I can find the books I need from an online store for a cheaper price, but I’m not really saving that much money, and instead of waiting in line, I’m waiting for the book to come in the mail. The easiest way to get my books without spending time or money is through Piratebay.

Using the bay, I can just download the books, and print out the sections I need at my leisure. I can get free printing done from the computer lab in the Computer Science building, so there is no cost to me. Even if I had to pay for printing, the cost per page is only 1 cent, so it’s still very inexpensive. I can also open the books on my tablet or my laptop, and just read them from there without printing anything. This is the most convenient thing for me, because it lessens the amount of things I have to carry around between classes.

This year, I’m not even going to bother going to the bookstore. I can already imaging how long the lines will be for all of the students, and I don’t want to get caught in that. I’ll just head down to the campus cafeteria, get some lunch and a cup of coffee, and download the books onto my tablet. I can probably read through a couple of the books before classes start. I haven’t decided what to do with the money that I would have normally used to buy my books. Maybe I’ll buy some new clothes at the mall.