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    Reading is fantastic, potentially life-changing in fact. Most people at least pay lip service to reading, so it's not quite underrated. People probably don't read enough, though.
    I'm not a big reader myself, but it's sad to see how not many people want to read anymore.
    An important life skill unfortunately ruined by a culture of ADD and a lot of teachers forcing you to read Shakespeare before you were probably mature enough to really appreciate it.
    People don't value reading as much as they should. One of the downfalls of society.

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