While reading a book, you often have to wet your fingers to turn pages. If you switch to Kindle, you’ll forget what your fingers taste like.
Studies show that people retain more information from a book than electronic media. So, if you know a book’s going to be just awful, go with the Kindle.
Reading from a Kindle might decrease the production of melatonin and put off sleep, so if you have to read a book while operating heavy machinery, use a Kindle.
A Kindle might make reading easier for the visually impaired who God has apparently decided should not be reading anyway.
There have been many instances of a book stopping a bullet and saving a life. A Kindle won’t stop a bullet unless you download the Bullet-stopping App.
When you try to save your place and dog-ear a Kindle, it will no longer function.
You can tell if someone has modified your paper book; but, if they hack your Kindle, anything can happen… The guy from Crime and Punishment might get set free after some great lawyering or Thus Spake Zarathustra might end with, “I was just kidding… God was alive all the time”.
People will be impressed if they see you reading a thick book. If you are reading a thick Kindle, people will think it is an older model and laugh at you.
Books are made out of pulp wood that can grow nearly anywhere. Kindles are made from toxic doping agents, the tears of children and the cries of widows.
Let’s say all books are replaced by Kindle… you are to testify in court and have to swear on a Bible, so a bailiff downloads a King James Version onto the court’s Kindle… BUT, accidentally leaves the app on one of the Babysitter’s Club mysteries. Well, you can lie with impunity…