Ten Wildebeests in a Teacup (johnboze) wrote,
Ten Wildebeests in a Teacup

Neil was cool. After the reading, in the Q&A section, he recalled a few anecdotes and memories of Douglas Adams. Funny, I'd almost allowed myself to forget his passing.

I was forced to buy a book by the evil Barnes and Noble, though I sucessfully resisted the urge to buy the Gaiman hardcover. But Barnes, that wily devil, caught my eye with a book I had loaned out to someone and never got back. The crafty Mr. Noble then pointed out the book I lost was a mere tattered ordinary paperback, while the one I now held was a lovely new trade paperback version.

So, damn me, i bought it.
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