Monday, July 1, 2013

We're Giving Away Books! Who Wants 'Em?

Posted By on Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 1:58 PM

As you may have noticed last Friday, we've got a ton of books to give away to people who want them

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Well, I've got one thing to add to the pot: New Kids On The Block: Five Brothers and a Million Sisters, the Authorized Biography.

It's been taking up space on a corner of my desk since October, and I'm more than willing to part with it, so long as it goes to a good home.

Yes folks, you can complete your collection of odd paraphernalia related to the premier boy band of the early '90s that became overshadowed by the success of a member's younger brother, then joined together with one of the premier boy bands of the mid '90s to helm a successful nostalgia tour in the early '00s.

...Yeah, those New Kids have had one hell of a ride.

In any case, I want this thing off of my desk, and we want to clear out space for more books. 

If you're interested in taking home a grab-bag of books ("bag" being a euphemistic term here, as our budget doesn't allow for us to be tossing away valuable bags, willy-nilly), send me an email giving me your name and the approximate time you plan on coming by to pick up your grab-pile.

Remember, our office address is 3280 E. Hemisphere Loop, just off Valencia Road between Country Club and Palo Verde Roads, and we're open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Take our books. Please.

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