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Most of the ones I've looked at appear to have them.

I actually forgot that I've yet to do a lot of my RPG stuff. And then over Christmas I may borrow a scanner and fix some of the covers in my library.
Most of my books this year are bound readers, which have no ISBNs and no titles that would be meaningful to the outside world. So, I've decided not to list them.

I have listed a couple of calendars, which seems kind of cheap. ;)
I've totally run out of books to list. It's sad. Maybe I need to start attending estate auctions or buying things I'm not even interested in. :)
I do the same thing; I'm really obsessive about correct editions. There's this one book I have that was printed I THINK in Japan sometime in the 70s, called Read To Me Stories. I've had it since I was a kid, and I had to go to before it would recognize the ISBN, but I got it, damnit.

Yeah, I'm a giant dork. :D
It is addictive. It was a 100 book limit when I signed up, but it doesn't really make a difference, I would have paid anyway :) Also cool, you can export your ISBNs for cataloguing in other libraries. I put mine on Facebook for example. :)
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