Since the 2004 Tsunami that struck Indonesia causing so much death and destruction efforts all over the world have been redoubled to produce better warming systems and to increase evacuation times. A new invention may just be what people, particularly along the coast, are looking for. I’ll explain.
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The nations second-biggest book retailer, Borders, filed for bankruptcy in February and has already begun closing 30% of its more than 600 stores. The Waldenbooks store at Valley River Center will also be closed soon, but what about local bookstores?