My timing is perfect; it comes out in November. I have dropped hints with my wife, my kids, my friends and even some non-conservative business associates. I wonder if Amazon.com will offer an advanced sale, or if Barnes and Noble has decided to put it on their Nook? I have never been so excited about anything in about…30 seconds.
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In 1935, the building was shut down with the introduction of zoning law. According to this law, the owner must refurbish the tenement building. Due to lack of financial resources, the owner could not be able to refurbish the building, so he shut it down.
Frankly, I cannot vote for Mr. Hankins, because I live about five miles too far west to do so. You see, I live in Indiana’s 8th Congressional Voting District and he is running for election in the 9th District.
For those of you who don’t plan to buy the book-and those will no doubt be in the hundreds of thousands from Arizona alone-if the hints I passed around do produce a copy in my Christmas stocking, you can’t touch it. I plan to hold on to it until Ripley’s Believe it or Not proclaims it the book with the most mistakes in it…ever.