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    #91
    I love the work he did for Zelazny's A Night In the Lonesome October.

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      #92
      Originally posted by RonClinton View Post
      Yes. It’s one of the few (only?) of the LITTLE BOOKs that have truly illustrated boards...at least, as I recall this morning, before my first cup of coffee.
      Trust, then coffee, then verify.

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        #93
        Tonight I should be unboxing my improbable purchase of the entire Little Books Series II. I don't see how I can have a Joe Hill in there with what I paid. It must be missing the signature. Or the cover. Or all the pages. But let's find out!

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          #94
          Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
          Tonight I should be unboxing my improbable purchase of the entire Little Books Series II. I don't see how I can have a Joe Hill in there with what I paid. It must be missing the signature. Or the cover. Or all the pages. But let's find out!
          Hopefully they didn't pull a fast one and substitute a Little Book by Hoe Jill. I never liked her writing.

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            #95
            Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
            Tonight I should be unboxing my improbable purchase of the entire Little Books Series II. I don't see how I can have a Joe Hill in there with what I paid. It must be missing the signature. Or the cover. Or all the pages. But let's find out!
            I need a link to the book porn

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              #96
              I'll drop one here tonight. Unscripted. It could be as captivating as when Geraldo breached Al Capone's vault!

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                #97
                Originally posted by bsaenz24 View Post
                Hopefully they didn't pull a fast one and substitute a Little Book by Hoe Jill. I never liked her writing.
                Me neither! She writes a lot about gardening and exchanging money for sex.

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                  #98
                  Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
                  Me neither! She writes a lot about gardening and exchanging money for sex.
                  Or exchanging gardening for sex.

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                    #99
                    So we'll be getting A Little Green Book of Gardening Sex

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                      Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
                      I'll drop one here tonight. Unscripted. It could be as captivating as when Geraldo breached Al Capone's vault!
                      LOL! Totally one for the 80s!

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                        Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
                        So we'll be getting A Little Green Book of Gardening Sex
                        Yes. By Hoe Jill. With an outline of a cucumber on the cover.

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                          Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
                          Yes. By Hoe Jill. With an outline of a cucumber on the cover.
                          Should be interesting. I don't believe anyone has "tapped" into that particular genre as of yet.

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                            Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
                            LOL! Totally one for the 80s!
                            I’ll be there tonight, Jeff...looking forward to seeing you do your best Geraldo (but hopefully with less disappointment).
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                              Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
                              I'll drop one here tonight. Unscripted. It could be as captivating as when Geraldo breached Al Capone's vault!
                              Here in Portland we recently had a local version of this. A local Brewery (Rogue) was remodeling a pub in an old building. Behind a sheetrock was they found an old wall safe. They offered a bunch of free beer to anyone who could help them open it. Someone who worked at a lock company was able to give them the combination won. The safe was empty!

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                                Originally posted by Martin View Post
                                Here in Portland we recently had a local version of this. A local Brewery (Rogue) was remodeling a pub in an old building. Behind a sheetrock was they found an old wall safe. They offered a bunch of free beer to anyone who could help them open it. Someone who worked at a lock company was able to give them the combination won. The safe was empty!
                                Have you ever drank Rogue's beer? They make a Honey Kolsch that is to die for.
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