"Never miss a chance to do good"--David Stanley
I thought that book looked familiar. It's been on the shelves for a few weeks here in Canader.I love unusual little books like that. Hope it does well.
Holy crap is that The Digital Plague I see?!?
Are the books on the shelves in the background FinePrint Lit clients'? If so, what is the horse one? I tried googling "Horse book how the horse" which is all I can read, and I get The Big Book of Lesbian Horse Stories. (Honest)If the books in the background aren't ones you've represented, then er, as Emily Litella would say, never mind.It looks like a great scheme for World Domination. I'm off to order my copy.
I just saw this in the bookstore yesterday. Watch out, all those who have wronged me...
Ha ha ha! I wish I had been there for this...
LOL - how is it having minions?
Patience, the book is HORSE: How the Horse has shaped Civilizations by J. Edward Chamberlin.It's available on Amazon!
That book might explain the goblin infestation in my attic.
Hee hee! Looks like you've upgraded; can we keep the shark for a month or two? All those busty physicists, you know.
Hah! I've been waiting for this to come out. Going to order one asap and there's a new straw boss at work who's going to be SORRY when my copy arrives!Bwah hah hah ha!
Thank you! Ordered.
That's the kind of book you want to leave on your coffee table, along with "How to Bomb-Proof Your Horse," The Mind of the Murderer," and "Sodomy and the Pirate Tradition!"
Congratulations! That's one more book I'll be buying when I'm in the US.
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