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The Greatest Used Book in History Concluded: December 1988

This is the final installment of the infamous diary within a used book that found its way to me via a used book sale held at a defunct library.  Hidden among the stacks, I came across it entirely by chance … Continue reading

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Internet Users and the Feline Phenomenon

This blog owes a fair amount of its success to how much people seem to be unhealthily obsessed with cats. I had a few big hits with articles discussing our obsession with food, odd social norms, or the job market; but it has always been cats that … Continue reading

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The Greatest Used Book in History Continued: November 1988

This is the penultimate installment of a bizarre diary within a used book that I found hidden among the stacks of an old defunct library. It was procured, along with a slew of other junk books, for just a few … Continue reading

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The Greatest Used Book in History Continued: October 1988

This is the tenth installment of the infamous diary within a used book that I found hidden among the stacks of an old defunct library.  The building routinely holds events where donated books are sold off, by the grocery bag … Continue reading

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Cats Aren’t Cute and Neither is Your Date: Seeing Through the Fog of Perspective

Society has a serious problem with objectivity.  This is because every person perceives everything differently but it’s our job to reign that in before it we end up with racism, sexism, agism and a slew of other prejudices.  Being objective … Continue reading

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The Greatest Used Book in History Continued: September 1988

This is the ninth installment of the infamous diary within a used book that I procured from a clearance event for “junk books.”  For those of you new to this strange saga, the journal is the story of an especially peculiar … Continue reading

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The Greatest Used Book in History Continued: July 1988

  This is the seventh installment of the celebrated diary within a used book I managed to save from a clearance event for “junk books” in a rundown warehouse of a library.  The journal is the story of an astonishing woman … Continue reading

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The Greatest Used Book in History Continued: June 1988

The tale of one woman’s hell in 1988 continues… This is the sixth installment of the fabled diary within a used book I procured from a clearance event for “junk books” in a rundown and partly abandoned library.  The journal is … Continue reading

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The Greatest Used Book in History Continued: May 1988

This is the fifth installment of the infamous diary within a used book I purchased from a clearance event for “junk books” in a nearly abandoned library.  The journal follows the exploits of one severely atypical woman living in 1988 … Continue reading

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The Greatest Used Book in History Continued: April 1988

This is the fourth installment of the diary within a used book I purchased from a clearance event for “junk books” in a nearly abandoned library.  For the beginning of this fantastic story, please read, the first installment of The Greatest … Continue reading

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