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While in Booksamillion today...

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1 While in Booksamillion today... on 6/2/2009, 1:57 am

topher_j

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A friend of mine walked up to the counter, and said, "I was looking around in the fiction section, and couldn't find a thing on Scientology." cheers

I have one, myself... Would you find books on suicide in the self help section?? affraid

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M_R_Wiley

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That was Indeed a laugh riot. It is possible that if they did have books on Suicide that they would be in the Self Help section. ONE MUST WONDER?

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topher_j

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Indeed! scratch And is there a return policy on books on suicide? Like if it doesn't work, can you get a refund, or are you just stuck with a useless book? Wouldn't that depress someone even more? That they couldn't return the suicide book? Not only can they not successfully kill themselves, but they can't return the book that they hoped would help them do it. king

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4 Re: While in Booksamillion today... on 6/3/2009, 12:46 am

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I would certainly hope so. If not I would sue for false advertisment. "hey this book is suppose to help me kill me and it didn't."

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topher_j

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Basketball Yeah, and then they would have to say on the cover: "New, Improved, and More Effective Than Before." Like, "how to 'end it all' with just some Clorox and a Pez dispenser!" lol!

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"how to 'end it all' with just some Clorox and a Pez dispenser!"

I want your report on my desk by Monday.

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7 Re: While in Booksamillion today... on 6/4/2009, 12:39 am

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Actually the title for mine would be something like "101 ways to kill yourself without using rope"

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Nice title... How bout these, which I will magically put in another post.



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topher_j

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From the writers of "200 Ways to Make It Look Like An Accident," and "Cold Blood: Keys To The Perfect Suicide Note," comes "Against The Grain: Wrist Cutting For Dummies." tongue

therish wrote:
"how to 'end it all' with just some Clorox and a Pez dispenser!"

I want your report on my desk by Monday.
Will do. Pretty much made it up on the fly, but what the hay, I'll make an explanation about it. Sounds like fun. santa

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10 Re: While in Booksamillion today... on 6/4/2009, 3:54 pm

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Everything brilliant you say is usually by the seat of your pants, anyway.

Tagline for the book "Against the Grain: Wrist Cutting for Dummies": Remember kids, it's up the lane, not across the street.

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11 Re: While in Booksamillion today... on 6/5/2009, 12:49 am

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You're very kind. flower

And that tagline TOTALLY works! It's a keeper. king

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