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    • Fuck College textbooks and their 75th edition which means they updated the pictures.
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    • That’s how you get the big win
      Kuroibara 13 jan
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    • Ok I'll get the ebook. *$750*
      MGJP2S 13 jan
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    • Well, there’s rightfully supporting the owner of a product by legally paying for it, then there’s recognising when you’re getting ripped off.
      Sosiges 13 jan
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    • Use library genesis, it's a Russian site with pretty much everything you need
      PassionFire 13 jan
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    • I buy the international versions. It's the same information with the same setup, but it's a fraction of the price. My bio book was supposed to be 300 dollars. I got the international versions new for 25.
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    • College is a scam in most cases
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    • If anyone wants to find their textbooks online, Google the name and author of it, and at the end type "filetype:pdf" it will only search for PDFs of that book
      Stamylas 13 jan
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    • People need to stop spending so much time leaking celebrity nudes an leak college textbooks
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    • Bought an 80$ book I never used, tried selling it back but they gave me back 11$ because there was a new edition. Funniest part was I used to work there so I'm buddies with the employees and manager and they themselves told me "new edition" just means they changed one word or two.
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    • My Professor: why get a rental when you can buy and keep the Textbook. Me:
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    • Then they go with mandatory online grading that you must buy, including the ebook so pirating can't even work.
      revenaunt 13 jan
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    • It’s wrong to rip people off when they’re trying to get an education.
      lamelion 13 jan
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    • The days of patchy the pirate and potty the parrot were amazing.
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    • $650? Must only be taking 2 classes
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    • What’s worse is the $100 access code each student needs to get to submit homework so they make money from that and we have no choices
      deder 13 jan
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    • Dammit the dollar sign goes BEFORE the number!! Why does no one know this??
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    • And you’ll only use it once or twice because it’s essentially an expensive security blanket
      camcorder17 13 jan
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    • When looking for a textbook in Google type filetype:pdf after the title and all of the results will be PDFs.
      Dittomic 13 jan
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    • If we’re already paying thousands of dollars for the class alone, we shouldn’t have to buy the material for said class. Utensils like pencils and paper, I understand.
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    • Me: *pays $500 for texts books* 4/5 teachers: *use textbook once and follow with their own shit*
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    • FgtWeebMk2 13 jan
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    • Libgen.io fellas. It's a godly site for books
      LoveAnime 13 jan
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    • Don’t even rent, I got 4 textbooks that would’ve totaled $800, for just $60 with online PDF downloads. I couldn’t find free ones.
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    • It’s $650 not 650$
      Ale_Arsenal 14 jan
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    • That's cuz yall are buying them at the college bookstores instead of Amazon Rentals
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    • Textbook prices are ridiculous. There is no reason they should be priced so high. It’s even worse when the professor writes the book then makes you buy it for their class. Pearson is an evil company and colleges are out to bankrupt you.
      Landschoot88 13 jan
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    • They overprice stuff because they know retarded kids will go to the most expensive school they can cause they think it matters
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    • I'm sick of buying 200$ books and then not even having to take the fucking plastic wrap off of them
      Valusha 13 jan
      4
    • You forgot the part where it’s an inbound pack of pages in plastic wrap with an online access code that looses all of its value after it’s been opened. 🙃
      xxRampaige 13 jan
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    • My O.chem professor prints fill-in notes and makes the students buy them for $40 in addition to everything else separately. Uhhhh 😅😅
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    • In college and can’t write money correctly wtf guys
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    • Colleges get literal children to sign up to go thousands of dollars into debt in exchange for a degree that is worth much less than it was when it cost much less. Then charge you hundreds for every book and everything else along the way.
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    • Buying textbooks < dating a guy to use his textbooks
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    • So 1 book?
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    • Two easy solutions: google search filetype:pdf "textbook name/author/ISBN" OR check out the library copy and scan pages
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    • Thing how crazy the internet is gonna go when the pirate guy dies
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    • At this point finding a storage unit full of mint condition current year textbooks would be more valuable than finding a storage unit full of gold
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    • It's $650, you illiterate fuck.
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    • I had to pay $75 for a fucking book with the girth of a jehovah witness pamphlet for my freshman comp class
      ftbt_ 13 jan
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    • My advice: Chegg. You can get textbooks for STUPIDLY low prices.
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    • More like $650 per textbook. Don’t forget you will also need to separately purchase access to the website tools you will need for the course.
      TheBroseph95 13 jan
      4
    • I just download all my textbooks illegally. I’ve never bought a single book for school lol
      CaptainSmee 14 jan
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    • It's actually legal to buy a text book, take pictures of the pages and return it.
      MakesumN0IZ 14 jan
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    • Tip : Amazon will let you rent textbooks for around $20 for the whole semester. I paid $120 for textbooks that woulda cost $700
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    • That ain’t shit compared to having to have a computer capable of using Final Cut Pro.
      iPhoneyAds 14 jan
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    • Google library genesis for a website with a ton of free textbooks
      iFunni 13 jan
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    • Yo where can I pirate books from cause i tried looking
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    • Bitch it's 600 for one book that you use one page of
      Lcdude 13 jan
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    • Why does a book cost that much? Sorry if I sound like a moron I’m just genuinely curious
      Emilyyyyyyy 13 jan
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    • Or you can rent them for the semester on amazon for like $20
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    • PUT THE DOLLAR SIGN ON THE LEFT! For fuck sake.
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    • When you see this nigga, you know that’s about to be a banger episode of some spongebob.
      YaBoiFreddie 13 jan
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    • libgen.io thank me later
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    • $650 total? So three books?
      HoverRabbit 13 jan
      3
    • And when you try to sell them back: "Best I can do is $85"
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    • College textbooks are a scam change my mind
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    • Library genesis, Get the pdfs for free, love it
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    • Who is this man. He exists only in a vast unexplored region of my mind
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    • Ours totalled 2700 dollars and come in a ringbinder. They send us new pages every once in a while which we have to replace...
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    • Chegg look them up. Rent the books for like $30 each.....
      3 2
    • Fuck pearson, semeater is starting soo boys
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    • Fuck online access codes too! 120 bucks and it only lasts 1 semester and you need it for grades because all tests and quizzes are on there.
      Gentleman27 13 jan
      3
    • I took an astronomy class and the textbook we used was a free pdf. My professor was the best
      Parzival 13 jan
      3
    • 650 bucks? What are you buying? A single rented textbook?
      FoundAGem 13 jan
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    • Piracy isn’t wrong, all it’s hurting is large corporations and large corporations are evil by default. There are certain cases where I recommend you throw some money the way of the creator (small indie stuff, like games and music) but as a whole piracy is morally incheck
      LavaCookie 13 jan
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    • Amazon Prime Student. For $50 a year, you can rent textbooks for like $20 or less.
      GameCubeGuy7 13 jan
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    • I got some of my books last semester, barely needed them in the end, such overpriced bs
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    • What is college exactly. I hear that its like this wonderful place where you discover yourself and the future opens, but also the exact opposite
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    • College textbooks are a scam
      dat_boi_ 13 jan
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    • Books are so expensive no wonder the youth today don't read as much. It's similar to fresh vegetables and junk food.
      DeathBattle 13 jan
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    • The education system and the healthcare system are beyond corrupt.
      Amvndanicole 13 jan
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    • Thats insane. I payed 350 just for one book in a lot of my classes
      knobgoblin 13 jan
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    • It forgot to mention that you will never use the textbook for the class
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    • College is a waste of time and money. Also a place to find lots of liberal snowflakes.
      Mr_No_Pfp 13 jan
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    • FRIENDS, AbeBooks is an awesome website to get discounted textbooks from.
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    • Neeeevvvveeerrrr spent a dime on textbooks and I dont feel even a little bad because that shit is only so expensive because they know they can charge whatever the fuck they want because you have no choice so they effectively have a monopoly
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    • go to google and type the name of your textbook, then add a space and type "filetype:pdf" and search, it will only show you pdfs for the thing youre searching for, ive found many textbooks this way
      freehead 13 jan
      3
    • All my professors told me to pirate the books, some even just scanned their own copies and offered print outs to each student
      DaddiRG 13 jan
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    • My greatest fear: Access Codes
      Mr_Wolfla 13 jan
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    • For the amount of money people pay to go to college, textbooks should be included
      Dodger99 13 jan
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    • McRaider 13 jan
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    • Dude he was the best part of spongebob specials
      CancerWard 13 jan
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    • Dynamical 13 jan
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    • snorty 13 jan
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    • Only $650? I payed $1500
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    • Kiss my ass if you think I’m spending another $500 for a book for one class that we more than likely won’t even use entirely
      way_ment 15 jan
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    • "im something of a pirate myself you see"
      JayAllen23 14 jan
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    • “I’m patty the pirate!”
      T_Jenga 13 jan
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    • gen.lib.rus.ec -> search by name or ISBN. Use VPN to download.
      ConG36C 13 jan
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    • And you'll use 3 pages
      360Fwolf 13 jan
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    • The secret ingredient is crime
      Melteded 13 jan
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    • What college are you going to that your books are only $650?!
      RavynLiam 13 jan
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    • Martin Shkreli went to jail for raising the price of the EPI pen to a ridiculous point. I have yet to see one college be charged with having ludicrous prices on their books, and we all know that you generally end up buying more than one. Besides the medical vs. academic nature of the items, why not?
      Quarrel 13 jan
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    • Who didn’t know that the Spongebob voice actor is also Patchy the Pirate?
      PxrnStar 13 jan
      2
    • Online PDF's are a godsend
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    • $650 is just one book for me
      PsychoKitty 13 jan
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    • That's just how mafia works
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