Thu, Jun 15, 2006, 2:51pm (EDT+4) firstname.lastname@example.org (Owamanga)
pffft, why? Pay more, and miss out the luxury of a mocha latte. Not to
mention having to wait for the book to come into stock, having to tell
the axe-murderer who runs the place your address and finally discovering
that your 10% discount card isn't accepted there...
My, my. You sound like the Bluebird of Happiness crapped on your
First thing, you go to the local library, and see what they've got.
If they've got what you want, borrow it, make a working copy of the
plan(s) you want. No prob.
OR, find the book you want to buy, at the library, or B&N,
whereever, then buy it on-line - but look around, because there's quite
a difference for the same book at times - and I very often buy used over
new. One of the last books I bought on-line was an out-of-print
edition, listed most places at $75 and up - got my copy for around $20 -
yuu've gotta shop around. Oh, yeah, check used bookstores too. I have
never bought a book from B&N, way too 'spensive - and my personal
woodworking library is better than the local library's.
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