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Discussion in 'Stafford Chat' started by TENSHON, Dec 5, 2006.

  1. Augustus Gloop

    Augustus Gloop Well-Known Forumite

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    Ignore the consequences just get it bought.

    If you feel especially well off there's ltd edition packaging too. In a metal travel suitcase. £49.99 and I think it's R1 only.

    A bit gimmicky for my tastes so I'll make do with the standard R2 release in December. Around £17.99 from Play.com. Hurrah!
     
  2. db

    db #chaplife

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    want a new book to read? fancy learning a new skill?

    why not buy the Al Qaeda Training Manual: 1? yes, really :raise:


    edit: i would imagine you will get placed on some kind of government watch list if you actually order this lol
     
  3. Andreas Rex

    Andreas Rex Banned for smiling

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    Lol...i just had a look at the 'Customers Who Bought Items Like This Also Bought' section, and on page 3 there's this!:

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    Al Qaeda and Throbbing Gristle...obviously the two go hand-in-hand :teef:
     
  4. Astro Boy

    Astro Boy Pocket Rocket

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    Funny! Perhaps good for a student doing a thesis - just like reading 'mein kampf' for historical reasons! :strange:

    dont pay for it though, get it for free from the US department of justice........

    know your enemy
     
  5. ToriRat

    ToriRat Is that a Moomin?

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    Am a constant reader, across most genre's am currently in a lull ( waiting on one author another just done). It usually about this time I find the urge to actually write becomes strongest- as an on off writer since I was sixteen along with millions of other people of course, I one day dream of being published-so be nice to me and I may write sumthing about the forum as a dedication in the first one LOL
     
  6. victoriab

    victoriab victoriaboyle.co.uk

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    Has anyone ever read anything by Ayn Rand?
     
  7. Wookie

    Wookie Official Forum Linker

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    No, but I've got a mate who chose her as his specialist subject when he was on Mastermind. A copy of his Ayn Rand Beginner Reading List will be published here on request. :)
     

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