A disclaimer: I will deny this in public and am sharing this hypothetical story that allegedly happened to a "friend" of mine.
I love my Kindle and so does my family. My favorite is the access we have to several free books and since I have a house full of avid readers it saves my family boatloads of money. One day Mr. Boy was nearing the last few chapters of a book on the Kindle and begged me to take the Kindle to school to finish reading it. I relented, because I know what it's like to be in those last few chapters anxious to know how everything plays out.
A few hours into the school day, I.. uh, I mean my "friend" had the most terrifying thought. Mr. Boy would probably finish his book at school and then what? What if he started browsing through the other books on my Kindle to find something else to read? Oh NOOOOO... NO! NO!! NO! Which prompted the following call to call Amazon Customer Support.
My "Friend": Uh, hello. Let's just say, hypothetically, of course, you needed to remove some books from a Kindle. Perhaps, as an example, the Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy.
Amazon: Sure, I can help you do that. Can you power up your Kindle? Then I can help you delete books from your Kindle Library.
My "Friend": Well... see... uh... here is the thing, the Kindle isn't here. It's in my ten year old's classroom.
Amazon: Oh, that is tough. We will need the Kindle to delete the book.
My "Friend": Can't I sync it wireless-ly from my laptop? Like if I stand on the sidewalk outside the school with my laptop, maybe it will sync? Maybe I can stand upwind of my son's classroom, so the "sync" will blow downwind.
Amazon: Well, sure that it is a great idea, but unfortunately the Kindle doesn't work that way.
My "Friend": Do you understand that I just sent my 10 year old to school with 50 Shades of Grey? I normally read Jane Austen, I swear I do. But I just had to see what all the fuss was about. Oh my goodness, what am I going to do?
Amazon: If I lived closer, I would happily go to the school to retrieve the Kindle on your behalf. I would tell the office that the Kindle was being recalled for a fire danger.
My "Friend": Ah yes.. that is an excellent idea. I might have to use that excuse. Thank you Amazon, for not judging me.
And that is the story of why we now have multiple Kindles in our house, one for the kids and one for the grown ups.