Just Curious and Curiouser
Robert at bloodandhonour.nildram.co.uk
Tue Sep 25 18:19:37 EDT 2001
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<E15li3D-00017e-00.2001-09-25-03-34-24 at imailg3.svr.pol.co.uk>, Ven
<ven at vvcrane.fsnet.co.uk> writes
>I can't begin to count how many books have taken a dip in the
>bath, including one from the library which they charged me for and
>then put back on the shelf -- which I thought was a bit cheeky. And
I used to swim a lot (as in competitions) and the books I took with me
quite frequently ended up with that 'wavy-shaped' look....
As for unusual places to read, swimming pools aside, I guess 'on the rim
of the Grand Canyon' and 'holding a fifteen foot long quant pole (used
for shoving the boat around) on the front of a 100 year old sailing
boat' come top
Robert Baker-Self :: Robert at bloodandhonour.nildram.co.uk
"Cross my heart, there's nothing I regret
Just that single perfect path - I haven't found it yet"
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