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Initial post: 11 Jul 2009 21:21:37 BDT
S.R.J says:
where should I look?

Posted on 12 Jul 2009 09:56:49 BDT
Mu Lane says:
Are you saying you don't know the title of the book?

Posted on 12 Jul 2009 18:58:16 BDT
Hhhmmm at last an interesting question - start, one is tempted to say, with where you last saw it?

Guy goes into a book-shop and asked the manager - 'could you tell me where the self-help section is please ?'
To which the manager replied - 'I could.
But wouldn't that be defeating the purpose'

Posted on 12 Jul 2009 19:08:46 BDT
S.R.J says:
Dear Mu Lane, if you suggest a title I will try my very hardest to find it. Thank you very much.
S.R.J

Posted on 12 Jul 2009 19:42:33 BDT
Last edited by the author on 12 Jul 2009 19:43:40 BDT
Collette says:
you've been trying to find it for nearly the past 24 hours srj...i'd give up if i was you. i don't think you're gonna get it now.

Posted on 12 Jul 2009 20:21:21 BDT
Last edited by the author on 12 Jul 2009 20:36:21 BDT
S.R.J says:
Collette, have you been looking too, I shall not give up, no no, you are adopting a defeatist attitude. Wheres yer backbone girl?
onwards and upwards
S.R.J

Posted on 12 Jul 2009 20:22:13 BDT
why ?

Posted on 12 Jul 2009 20:52:37 BDT
S.R.J says:
I think great minds encore une fois, however why not, whyever not?
S.R.J

Posted on 16 Jul 2009 14:20:07 BDT
Try Carabanchel.

In reply to an earlier post on 16 Jul 2009 17:43:08 BDT
Last edited by the author on 16 Jul 2009 18:01:50 BDT
David Buwe says:
Good luck. I also want to find a book. I found one when I moved into a house once, hidden under the carpet in the spare room. It was very glossy but it wasn't nice, so now I want to find another one. So, Mr Jackson, don't look under the carpet.

Posted on 16 Jul 2009 21:15:30 BDT
I thought I was on the music forum for a second as this was so bizarre................

If you want a book - read "Garcia - An American Life" by Blair Jackson; without a doubt the best biography of the great man.

"And he said: When I'm dead and gone don't you weep for me"

Posted on 16 Jul 2009 21:17:42 BDT
S.R.J says:
I want a different book to that one if I find one
S.R.J

Posted on 16 Jul 2009 21:26:18 BDT
Try "bookdepository.co.uk"
- or I can recommend - "Grateful Dead Gear" by Blair Jackson - very interesting if you're in to the technical stuff.

"I do believe and I am who I am"

Posted on 16 Jul 2009 21:36:24 BDT
S.R.J says:
Cornish-is the second recommendation different to the first, what if I find them both, togethor, this could be terribly confusing
S.R.J

Posted on 16 Jul 2009 22:00:33 BDT
SRJ - you're teasing me now!

There's always: Grateful Dead - The Music Never Stopped by Blair Jackson ( yes it is a different book)
Difficult (possibly) to get hold of as it came out in '83

(NB: I'll have to change authors, but there's a load more)

"Now is the time past believing"

In reply to an earlier post on 16 Jul 2009 22:40:48 BDT
Angular says:
Depends on what you mean by book. And where you can be bothered to look.

If you want non books - i.e. books for people who do not read books - that's easy. Check out a couple of Listmania contributions, choose the title most often repeated on the lists then toddle to local Quickiemart, purchase non-book, then return home - conceptual or actual - for a totally unsatisfying non-read.

Real books are harder to find....you may be better off going back to where you started

Posted on 16 Jul 2009 22:45:41 BDT
S.R.J says:
Back where I started, that would make this a circuitous search, forever returning to my starting point, no, I cant condone that at all
S.R.J

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Jul 2009 01:55:49 BDT
David Buwe says:
Ah what the hell. Look under the carpet. If you don't find anything, take the floorboards up - you're sure to find something to read down there. If you still don't find a book... do you have a spade?

Posted on 17 Jul 2009 01:58:57 BDT
David Buwe says:
... and give us back Peter Clarke!

Posted on 17 Jul 2009 11:46:19 BDT
Last edited by the author on 17 Jul 2009 12:23:26 BDT
S.R.J says:
I could do with one of those metal detector things, but senses the presence of books, and just excatly who is Peter Clarke when he's had his had breakfast? Ah, THAT Peter Clarke-nope, we are keeping him , and whats more he will be scoring a hatful-we will of course be champions this season, As I have said every season for the past 42 years!!
S.R.J

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Jul 2009 13:12:30 BDT
David Buwe says:
They sell book detectors on ebay, but everything I've dug up with my one is riddled with bookworm (ouch!)
42 years? Does that mean you're yearning for the glory days of Herbert Chapman and the 1920s?

Posted on 17 Jul 2009 21:49:34 BDT
S.R.J says:
Whites DFX Metal Detector Books. ***Take a Look*** -this is not a BOOK detector at all, you were telling me fibs after getting my hopes up, make no wonder Clarky left your team, I shall have to start all over again now
S.R.J

In reply to an earlier post on 17 Jul 2009 23:07:08 BDT
Mark Kibble says:
Why not try Tony Book?

Posted on 17 Jul 2009 23:26:25 BDT
Collette says:
don't know what tony book is but i've got an old 'nancy drew and the hardy boys' book lying around somewhere if you want it.

Posted on 3 Aug 2009 18:54:38 BDT
S.R.J says:
Is Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys as rude as it sounds Collette, or is that another one?
S.R.J
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