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So I was at the thrift store sales Friday when I realized I hadn't posted my photos from the last two months. Oops.


A box of some sort.
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Another book sale find, with some pages ripped out and only two entries. No idea what to do with this thing..

[Also, I'm having trouble deciphering the entries.]



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[If you are not familiar with Jim Benton's Dear Dumb Diary Series and would like to know what I'm talking about, you can find my reviews of the books here. There are even some scans!]

I was pretty happy when I found this at the library sale:
Unfortunately, it had been previously claimed:

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I bought this notebook at a library sale at least a year ago, planning to use it for something or other. It wasn't until recently that I discovered someone had already written in it:

The rest of the pages seem to be in a different hand..
Would you like to know more? )I'm probably still going to use it for something at some point.
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So, it was about two in the morning and I was reading this horror novel (review):

Imagine my surprise when I turned the page and found this:

Kind of creeped me out. And further on there was this:

What?



It was only sort of explained in the note I found:











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These were in a Far Side collection. There's nothing on the back, so they probably weren't cut out of another book.

other stuff )

Z-things

Nov. 5th, 2005 01:57 am
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Found this in a book I picked up at the library sale. Can't remember which, though, because I stuck it in the pocket of my bag so no-one would take it away from me.

here's the back )
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This shit never makes any sense to me. I can sort of understand trying to kill someone you have a political grudge against, but random strangers? These people might have even supported your cause, you don't know. The entire idea is pointless.

Okay, that's all I can say about that. Nothing is going to help, but screw it.

Today after the library we went to the pet store where I met four very nice cats living in cages. I wished I could rescue them.. as usual.

And I found this in one of the books I bought at the library:
I would have unfolded the whole thing to scan it, but it's stuck together and I didn't want to rip it more.


[Edit:] Oh, and I also finally got some toothpaste that doesn't taste like peppermint's ass. I no longer fear tooth-brushing time.
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Oh no! I've been tagged by [livejournal.com profile] gangrel_pri!

1. Total number of books I've owned:
I am not someone who sits around and counts her books. Anyway, if I did that, I wouldn't have time to READ the damn things.

2. The last book I bought:
Two big sacks at the library book sale. Which counts as the last?

3. The last book I read:
Yesterday I read The Woman in the Wall. This afternoon I finished re-reading Alan Mendelsohn, the Boy From Mars, though, so I guess that's the one.

4. Five books that mean a lot to me:
This is a tough one. Okay, umm..
Winnie the Pooh, A.A. Milne, for reasons that should be obvious.
Young Adults, Daniel Pinkwater. First, because it's the first of his books I read, second, because it's brilliant.
Weetzie Bat, my old pink paperback that's more than thirteen years old now, because it meant so much back then.
And whichever book is my current diary, because it listens to me.

Okay, now I'm supposed to tag people to do this.. umm..
[livejournal.com profile] 33mhz, [livejournal.com profile] nekidwhiteboy, [livejournal.com profile] resonant, [livejournal.com profile] jtoomey, [livejournal.com profile] dingopariah. Contingent on their actually reading this, of course.

I found this in one of these.

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