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oh man its def reading Calvin and Hobbes at a young age that made us this way hahaha
Hey Ferg I got one of these here book-o-logues!

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Yup. The traits of an antiquarian bookseller, compared with those of your run-of-the-mill goon, are pretty much spitting images of one other. Minus the neckbeard, of course. :)

I've been waiting for that Debord volume to come through the shop since I started working there. Six years ago. Still nowhere to be found. Borrowed it from a colleague of mine (also a goon) for about 15 minutes, read the first few pages, quite enjoying it, and lo and behold, had to return it, and it vanished never to be seen again. It's quite surprising that I haven't been able to come across a copy, since all the rest of those bland-looking Hackett textbook-esque philosophical treatises that are on all the reading lists pass through the shop ad nauseum. One day, no doubt, when I'm least expecting it, a copy will turn up.

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