Discussion in 'Books, Films, TV, Radio' started by Seroster, Jul 6, 2018.
"The Case for giving away your books"
Hey, didn't say I agreed with it ....I still have 15 unpacked book boxes from moving house
Its mob rule on buying books
and forcing weaker members to follow in the footsteps
John thank you for giving options I will stick by you mate dont worry.
Your name vill also go on ze list!
The beauty I’ve discovered of focusing on one particular campaign for a time is way it has introduced me to books that I’d easily overlook via casual browsing.
In the works banbury
Book on war of the roses
Does this mean we might be... some sort of... cartel?..
The most shambolic & easily distracted cartel in the world, though. The next season of Narcos involving sting operations to instantly capture all members by 75% discount stickers in a front remaindered & secondhand military book shop.
Hmmm. N&MP already have most of our personal details on file. What if they turn out to be 'The Man'...
I have this dream that one day WW2Talk will become so successful that Otto will be able to buy us all a real-world clubhouse , Von P will donate his library and we can all sit around drinking Whiskey and soda, or pink gins (for the Naval types), having serious discussions and sounding erudite......I imagine it would look something like this......
Ooooooooooooooooo nice - I like your thinking, just need a butler
And, after the vodkas & red bull ...
Tequila & Redbull, please.
You beat me by minutes, D, but I immediately went to this for a similar reality pic, as I couldn't find one representing my 'lottery win' vision of a field full of burnt out tanks & landrovers with badly maintained stately home in the background. Maybe some fighting.
And I know who's library we're building on.
I'll be blunt; It's Idler's.
Though... there must be at least a couple of less 'share-y' chaps here that have seen the shelfie pics & thought 'amateurs!'.
I was rather hoping to outlive you buggers....
That's surely a representation of a normal day out for Owen. (Though it must have been at the early stages as there are some caravans left standing.)
Now who would live in a house like this?
Bagsy I bring along the combustible material
As the saying goes:
“I'd never join a club that would allow a person like me to become a member.”
Anybody else want to have a go at explaining backing-up to Andy?
The joke's on you! I'm leaving my library to the cat!
There is definitely a joke in there about Andy and a hard drive
and a motorbike if my memory serves me correct
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